The Editorial Guidelines are the BBC's values and standards. They apply to all our content, wherever and however it is received.
Editorial Policy Guidance Notes supplement the Editorial Guidelines, with further explanation of their themes and practical tips.
Guidance for using hashtags and calls to action which involve using Twitter & Facebook and other social media platforms.Read full article
This guidance is designed to help programme makers share views and comments on the right occasions and in the right way.
The Trust has published its latest annual report on the impartiality of BBC output. It concentrates on three areas – immigration, the European Union and religion and ethics.
To create your own mini guides and mark pages you have read.
Find out more about the Editorial Guidelines with the BBC Academy. Five new short modules have been added on crime, polls and surveys, partnerships and competitions - joining the existing modules explaining Accuracy, Impartiality, Strong Language, Violence, Secret Recording, Consent, Children and many other issues.View the latest training module
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