Welcome to Sussex Bylines!
We’re a regional online newspaper that gives a voice to citizen journalists. We want to contribute to a fairer, more connected society, keeping readers fully informed about the issues that both affect and matter to them. We will challenge power structures and the status quo, and also prompt people to question their beliefs, interrogate their assumptions and look outside their echo chambers. Along the way we hope to engender a change in the way politics is done – from tribalism and polarisation towards a spirit of respect and cooperation.
We hope you will join us. All our writers are volunteers, and we are always looking for new contributors so that we can cover the whole of Sussex to give a voice to individuals and organisations that are not seen in the conventional media. If you have an idea for a story, please see our submission guidelines for details of how to get in touch. We aim to ensure all articles are of a high standard, and therefore all contributions are subject to review by our editorial team.
In this post-truth era, it is more important than ever for citizens to hold their government to account. Sussex Bylines will be steadfast in reminding our representatives of what they said and what they were elected to do.
If you have any comments or queries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please read our submission guidelines before submitting a story for publication.
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Zero tolerance policy
It is the policy of Bylines Network that discrimination of any type will not be tolerated. We are committed to ensuring all contributors are safe and free from harassment and discrimination and do not act in a discriminatory way towards others.
Bigotry of any kind is against our core values and it undermines performance, success and productivity of the organisation.
All contributors will be held accountable for maintaining an environment free from discrimination of this nature. We do not accept or condone discriminatory comments about or towards people within Bylines articles or social media posts based on their race, ethnicity, religion, gender identity, sexual orientation or disability.
Any incident in breach of these standards should be reported to the Bylines Network coordinator email@example.com
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