NBDSA issues guidelines for responsible reporting on LGBTQIA+ community

The guidelines urge broadcasters to avoid airing any news which sensationalises the issues related to LGBTQIA+ community, perpetuates stereotypes or creates undue fear in respect of the community.

By  Storyboard18Mar 1, 2024 2:23 PM
NBDSA issues guidelines for responsible reporting on LGBTQIA+ community
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Since news media has the most potent influence on public opinion, broadcasters while reporting on any member of the LGBTQIA+ community have been requested to use inclusive and gender-neutral language, respect the individuals preferred pronouns and names. (Representative image by Mercedes Mehling via Unsplash)
First Published on Mar 1, 2024 2:23 PM

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