Here you’ll find downloadable documents that support our commitments to People, Planet and Partnerships.
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Our Code of Conduct outlines what we expect from colleagues in regards to ethical business, responsible conduct and compliance with all relevant laws and regulations.
We take a zero-tolerance approach to bribery and corruption. This policy sets out our responsibilities and how we expect those working for us or with us to observe and uphold this policy.
Our guidelines detail the necessary framework around our charitable giving activities to ensure that the charities, campaigns and causes we endorse are lawful, credible and align with our values.
Commonly asked questions and answers about ITV’s Text Santa appeal 2015.
We have a duty to safeguard all children and young people who take part or are otherwise involved in our programmes and also to protect children that watch our programmes, and interact with them.
Our 2015 Corporate Responsibility Summary Report gives an overview of our priorities, progress and achievements across our commitments to People, Planet and Partnerships.
The Social Partnership framework was introduced into our programme commissioning process in November 2014.
The Social Partnership Statement covers four areas where together with the production community, we can make a positive impact.
The Social Partnership Guidelines, intended for use in conjunction with the Statement, explore each area in more detail, with practical examples, suggestions and links to further information.
Our policy sets out our key focus areas to enable us to increase awareness of environmental sustainability through our programmes whilst minimising the environmental impact of our operations.
Corporate Responsibility update from ITV plc Annual Report and Accounts 2012.
Corporate Responsibility update from ITV plc Annual Report and Accounts 2011.
Corporate Responsibility update from ITV plc Annual Report and Accounts 2010
Corporate Responsibility update from ITV plc Annual Report and Accounts 2006.