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Age Scotland's new report aims to help stakeholders, including politicians and the media, improve how they talk about older people by avoiding ageist and negative stereotypes in the messages and images they use.
The National Union of Journalists is urging journalists to adhere to international humanitarian law when reporting on conflict in Ukraine.
In these exceptionally volatile circumstances, in which protests can be expected to continue, in Bristol and elsewhere, the NUJ has issued additional advice to members on staying safe.
This guide is for journalists who want to report on these complex issues accurately, sensitively and powerfully.
Social media is a great source of news and features, both providing new and interesting contacts, showing trends of public interest and identifying possible stories. However, using social media for these reasons can raise new ethical dilemmas.
Ethical reporting guidelines produced by the Scottish parliament’s Cross Party Group (CPG) on tackling Islamophobia and endorsed by the NUJ.
Summary pamphlet of guidelines produced for the those working in any form of media, including print, broadcast and digital by the Scottish parliament’s cross-party group on tackling Islamophobia and endorsed by the NUJ.
This guide, now in its third edition, is a practical guide for judges and the media on the statutory and common law principles which should be applied.
Asylum and immigration remain controversial, newsworthy topics about which people have strong opinions.
A practical guide for journalists by the National Union of Journalists.