Survivors call on media to rethink coverage of terrorist attacks

A UK-based group, Survivors Against Terror, has drafted a document requesting the media to change the way they cover terrorist attacks. Some of the group’s requests include not publishing photos of the bereaved or injured without permission, reducing coverage of terrorists, and waiting at least two days before attempting to contact injured survivors or bereaved family members, reports Damien Gayle for the Guardian.

Survivors Against Terror includes survivors from the Manchester Arena suicide bombing, the Fishmonger’s Hall attacks and the widower of murdered MP Jo Cox.

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