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Poverty exists in all parts of the world, from the least to the most developed countries.

If you cannot heat your home, pay your rent, feed yourself or buy the essentials for your children, that is the definition of poverty - it is a situation that many in the UK find themselves in.

Naturally, journalists covering these stories are faced with ethical challenges. Bookmark these tips from Faima Bakar, senior staff writer for JournoResources, on covering poverty ethically, accurately and responsibly.

It includes multiple guidelines on covering the subject, like this useful one from the Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

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