Guidelines for MPS staff on dealing with media reporters, press photographers and television crews.
The global HIV pandemic is one of the most pressing crises facing the world and is rarely out of the news for long. It affects not only individuals and communities, but also regions and continents. Accurately reporting on HIV has always been – and still is – a challenge.
Minutes Scottish Executive Council 23 Feb 2007.
Minutes Scottish Executive Council 27 Oct 2006.
What do you think about when you write about old people – or sub copy about them? Do you find yourself using stereotypes and clichés – portraying older people as silly, inept, doddery – having succumbed to a fate that is, indeed, worse than death? Or do you see them as a diverse group encompassing wide interests?
Minutes of the Scottish Executive Council 28 April 2006
Minutes Scottish Executive Council 17 Feb 2006.
Motions carried at the NUJ Annual Delegate Meeting in Scarborough in 2005.
Results of a bullying survey in the BBC in 2003 in the form of a booklet.
These guidelines have been compiled by journalists in consultation with suicide prevention agencies.
Their aim is to assist print, broadcast and online colleagues to appreciate the risks associated with suicide coverage and suggest simple ways of avoiding unnecessary harm.