Showing items tagged with 'guidelines'
3 March 2020: Global federation encourages all media to report verified, accurate and factual information
22 November 2019: Ahead of International day for the elimination of violence against women, the IFJ has launched new guidelines
12 November 2018: The NUJ and the Scottish Parliament's cross-party group on tackling Islamophobia are commissioning guidelines for journalists on how best to report on Muslim issues.
29 August 2017: Join Manchester and Salford branch and others for a glass of wine, a bite to eat and the launch of a guide for media workers created by people living in social housing.
27 June 2017: The NUJ says some changes to the orginal guidelines were welcome, but on the whole they fail to create a better climate of cooperation.
11 July 2016: The union recommended a more “open and collaborative relationship" in its submission to the College of Policing consultation on police/media relations.
22 February 2016: The ethics council wants to hear from members and chapels about whether they have any experience of being asked by the police, either directly or via their editors, not to pursue lines of inquiry or interviews.
23 November 2015: The IFJ gender council marks the UN day of action and campaign to eliminate violence against women.
26 June 2015: The NUJ's Photographers' Council has re-issued its template for its Photographer and Artist Agreement and guidelines for photographers and videographers covering live music.
7 April 2015: A coalition of public figures, trade unions and civil society groups have urged politicians to ensure the coming general election is not a playground for racial prejudice.