Policy paper

Media emergency forum: annual reports

This publication was published under the 2005 to 2010 Labour government

Annual reports from the UK media emergency forum (MEF).

Documents

Media Emergency Forums & RMEFs Annual Report 2004-2005

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Media Emergency Forums & RMEFs First Annual Report 2003-2004

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MEF Joint Glossary of Official and Media Terms and Acronyms

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Detail

Through the UK Media Emergency Forum (MEF), senior media editors, government representatives and representatives of local responders work together to help ensure that all parties can operate more effectively when an emergency occurs. Their work includes identification and discussion of strategic communications issues, overarching policy for engagement of the media in civil protection work at every level, planning practical arrangements for media involvement during emergencies and building trust and confidence on all sides.