Leveson report and EDF responses

The report of the Leveson Inquiry into the Culture, Practices and Ethics of the Press was published on 29 November 2012. The Equality and Diversity Forum (EDF) and a number of EDF member, associate and other organisations responded to the report with blogs and comments.

Click here for link to Leveson Inquiry website

Click here for link to Leveson Inquiry report

Click here for link to Leveson Inquiry report – executive summary

Click here for Section 8 of the report on ‘Representation of women and minorities’


Responses and comments:

Click here for blog by Emma Hutton, Human Rights Programme Director at the Equality and Diversity Forum

Click here for comment by Baroness Onora O’Neill, Chair of the Equality and Human Rights Commission

Click here for End Violence Against Women (EVAW) press release and here for details of report by women’s organisations on sexism in UK newspapers on the EVAW website. Click here for details of EVAW, Object, Equality Now and Eaves evidence to the Inquiry.

Click here for response from Liberty and here for clarification of Liberty’s position

Click here for NUJ response

Click here for Runnymede Trust submission to the Inquiry

Click here for ‘After Leveson’ survey on press regulation on the Unlock Democracy website

Click here for letter from disability organisations making the case for third-party press complaints (The Guardian, 12 Decembr 2012)



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