CIoJ member survey

CIoJ survey shows some clear plans on repeal for Section 40 and "NO" to Leveson Two Almost 70% of journalists who anonymously responded to the CIoJ survey on the Government's consultation on Section 40 of the Crime and Courts Act asked for Parliament to...

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Investigatory Powers Tribunal breaks new ground

Press release Release date: 12 August 2016 Investigatory Powers Tribunal breaks new ground The Chartered Institute of Journalists says the Investigatory Powers Tribunal has broken new ground in awarding substantial damages to a Scottish investigative journalist after Police Scotland had unlawfully obtained...

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Keep Companies House files available

NEWS RELEASE Release time: 11 August 2016 The Chartered Institute of Journalists is urging Companies House to preserve access to files on all businesses that have failed and been dissolved in the last 20 years. Britain’s longest established professional association of journalists...

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Institute urges adherence to Article 12 of IPSO code

NEWS RELEASE Release time:  25 July 2016 The Chartered Institute of Journalists is warning media editors, proprietors and regulators of the acute need to show responsibility in combatting discrimination and prejudice in publication. The CIoJ is the world’s longest established professional association...

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Restore ECHR to protect Turkey’s journalists, says CIoJ

Press release Release date: 22 July 2016 The Chartered Institute of Journalists urges the Turkish government to restore the application of the European Convention of Human Rights and protect the position of the country’s journalists and media workers. In the wake of...

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CIoJ member complaint upheld by the Police Investigations and Review Commissioner in Scotland

PRESS RELEASE Release date: 8 March 2016 The Chartered Institute of Journalists says police authorities all over Britain can learn from an investigation into complaints by one of its members in Scotland who was stopped from doing his job when covering...

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Institute Past President, Robin Morgan, has died

7 November 2014 Robin Morgan, Fellow and Past President of the Chartered Institute of Journalists We are sorry to inform you that Robin Morgan has died. He died peacefully in the early hours of Tuesday (4 November) after being taken into...

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Tribute to a much loved broadcaster – James Alexander Gordon

James Alexander Gordon A warm tribute's been paid to broadcaster James Alexander Gordon who has died, by the journalists organisation of which he was an active member for thirty years. The Chartered Institute of Journalists said he would be greatly...

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CIoJ’s enhanced 24-hour advice line for members

Members of the Chartered Institute of Journalists now enjoy and enhanced 24 hour advice line. Until recently the advice line only dealt with legal issues. We have now improved that service to include tax and counselling as well. This...

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Charlie Harris, President, Chartered Institute of Journalists

Charlie Harris President, Chartered Institute of Journalists We are sorry to inform you that Charlie has died. He died peacefully at 8.50pm on Saturday (4 January) in St Luke’s Hospice, Harrow where he had been admitted just after...

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