Section 2: Using the Guidelines

Editorial Justification



The concept of editorial justification recurs throughout the Editorial Guidelines and is central to the application of our values and standards.

It is a judgement on the particular circumstances of each case, balancing the editorial purposes of our output or actions with their impact on our audiences and people in our output (or, where relevant, those closest to them).

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