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IPSO launches public consultation
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IPSO launches public consultation

IPSO – the Independent Press Standards Organisation – is seeking views on its new guidance on the reporting of sex and gender identity.

10/02/2023

Women in the newsroom: still some way to go
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Women in the newsroom: still some way to go

Despite some high profile female editors currently, women journalists still face a number of career hurdles.

By James Evelegh  |  26/01/2023

More diverse = more profitable
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More diverse = more profitable

Research suggests that diverse companies are more commercially successful than non-diverse ones. What do publishers need to do to improve their diversity and, thereby, profitability?

By James Evelegh  |  21/12/2022

Rhotic Media wins at Great British Entrepreneur Awards
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Rhotic Media wins at Great British Entrepreneur Awards

A London-based financial news agency has been recognised as one of this year’s most exceptional businesses at the Great British Entrepreneur Awards 2022.

24/11/2022

Frontiers unveils new policy on author names & pronouns
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Frontiers unveils new policy on author names & pronouns

Frontiers has announced a new policy to make it easier for authors to retrospectively change their name or pronouns.

24/11/2022

Metro reinstates Pride logo
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Metro reinstates Pride logo

Metro.co.uk has announced a return to their rainbow Pride logo across all platforms in protest against Qatar’s human rights abuses and in support of the rights of LGBTQ+ people around the world.

23/11/2022

You’ve got to start somewhere
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You’ve got to start somewhere

The first step on the ED&I journey is the most important.

By James Evelegh  |  27/10/2022

Reach launches ‘D&I Spy’ podcast
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Reach launches ‘D&I Spy’ podcast

Reach diversity has announced the launch of the ‘D&I Spy’ podcast, uncovering “the good, the bad and the ugly” behind the fight for a more inclusive workplace.

24/10/2022

FT supports ‘Girls Takeover’ on International Day of the Girl
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FT supports ‘Girls Takeover’ on International Day of the Girl

The Financial Times speaks of its support of the United Nations’ International Day of the Girl on 11 October as the day marks the 10th anniversary of the initiative.

12/10/2022

Diversity: more than just a numbers game
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Diversity: more than just a numbers game

Making UK media more diverse is not simply a question of employing more people from different backgrounds. The jobs you give them and the way you treat them is equally important.

By Joseph Harker  |  27/06/2022

ELLE UK partners with Nike for ‘Everyone’s Game’ campaign
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ELLE UK partners with Nike for ‘Everyone’s Game’ campaign

ELLE UK and Nike have collaborated on a multi-platform partnership to mark England hosting the UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 Championship.

08/06/2022

Newsquest launches ‘Young Reporter’ apprenticeship scheme
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Newsquest launches ‘Young Reporter’ apprenticeship scheme

Newsquest Media Group is launching new apprenticeships through its Young Reporter scheme across its titles in England.

27/05/2022

Emerald announces commissioning focus on Indigenous communities
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Emerald announces commissioning focus on Indigenous communities

Emerald Publishing has announced that this year it will have an increased focus on commissioning Indigenous research.

26/05/2022

The Independent announced as the exclusive partner for London Pride
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The Independent announced as the exclusive partner for London Pride

The Independent yesterday announced that it is partnering with this year’s Pride in London, taking place in June and July.

18/05/2022

Progress being made in diversity of journalists, reveals new NCTJ report
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Progress being made in diversity of journalists, reveals new NCTJ report

Diversity in journalism has come under scrutiny in a new report published by the NCTJ, examining the characteristics of UK journalists.

09/05/2022

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