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Working practices

The NUJ rules on Moonlighting
NUJ Public Relations Guidelines

Guidelines for editors

Copyright Guidelines for Commissioning Editors
Using a freelance photographer?

Reporting guidelines

The following ethical guidelines on reporting are designed to assist you in covering sensitive subjects.
Reporting on children (NUJ)
Children (Scotland) Act 1995 Section 44: Media Guidelines
Putting Children in the Right. IFJ Guidelines for Journalists and Media Professionals (PDF)
Children's Rights and Media: IFJ Guidelines and Principles for Reporting on Issues Involving Children
Child rights and the media: IFJ recommended web sites
Selected excerpts from the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child
Code of ethics for environmental journalists (PressWise)
The Guerin Principles on Media Freedom

Reporting mental illness

Covering suicide (PressWise)
Reporting on Health Issues (PressWise)
Race Reporting

Reporting refugees and asylum seekers (NUJ)

Reporting the Traveller Community

Reporting the victims of the troubles

Reporting the vulnerable

Useful links

NUJ white Members Council
NUJ Code of Conduct
NUJ Disabled Members Council
NUJ Ethics Council
Equality in the NUJ
NUJ Equality Council
NUJ Rules
NUJ Statement on Race Reporting
NUJ Working Practices
The Public Interest
Ethics (World-wide codes of journalistic ethics from PressWise)

Regulators

Ofcom
Press Complaints Commission
 
Under pressure to produce unrepresentative or imbalanced reporting? Call the NUJ Hotline on 0207 843 3702
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