Whether you are a news reporter or write storylines for soaps, we hope our media guidelines will make you more aware of how media coverage may affect survivors.
To see where NAPAC has been featured in the news or our views on the latest news stories, check out our Twitter feed. NAPAC on Twitter
We developed our media guidelines with input from IPSO, OFCOM and the BBC editorial guidelines team IPSO website
Good reporting can:
Please consider including details of our support line 0808 801 0331 and website at the end of your report or programme
Our key facts page has links to the lastest data and evidence about non-recent child abuse and its impacts into adulthood. We include sources such as the ONS, Operation Hydrant and Public Health Wales’ research on Adverse Childhood Experiences. Key facts page
Angles is an On Road Media project that brings media influencers together with people with lived experience of sexual violence and domestic abuse, and/or who work in the sector, promoting new content and a better understanding of the issues. It gives journalists fresh angles on sexual and domestic abuse stories, access to survivors and practitioners across the UK. Angles project – information for journalists
If you are a survivor, Angles can help you with media skills and training, peer support, resources and toolkits. Angles project – information for survivors