The Humanion is published by Regine Humanics Foundation Ltd and
is edited by Munayem Mayenin from London, England, United
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Guidelines For Journalists Media and PR Professionals
Other Organisations and Professions and Professionals
Sending Materials to The Humanion
|The Humanion is a Human
Enterprise and it runs on voluntary work. It has,
absolutely, finite resources and it uses it by
stretching it, almost, to the point of infinity! Please,
help us do our best by doing your best to help us do
what we do. The Humanion is not a business nor is it a
large multi-billion-pound private enterprise.
If, you do not send materials following the guidelines
here, your materials can not be used. No email would be
sent for following up. If, you would like your story to
appear in The Humanion you send the materials exactly
the way you have been requested to send them. The
Editorial Policies, that you need to bear in mind are:
a: The Humanion is for Readers, meaning, it is 100%
text-based and image-supported publication. The Humanion
is a Quality Daily Newspaper, published online, yes, but
it is a daily Newspaper or a daily Newspublication.
People are meant to read the materials posted as per
their areas of interest.
b: If, an agency, of whatever kind, does not offer the
humanity running it on its website, The Humanion will
not publish anything from this or about this
organisation. Faceless, humanity-less agencies are the
vehicles of dehumanisations.
c: The Humanion does not do opinion and specialists
commentaries so there is no point seeking to promote
'personalities', particularly, if, they are rich or have
worked for or want to speak about their rich clients,
for comments etc.
d: The Humanion does not do product or company or
personality promotions etc promoting their business or
products or personalities seeking to promote the
companies or products, that have paid them to do so,
e: The Humanion does not do 'distorteddia': This is what
we call the so-called social-media, in which neither
society nor media exists but what exists is called
'herding' of humanity by both human and
troll-manipulations to make a killing out of making a
misery of what used to be called online or internet.
f: The Humanion does not do videos or anything other
than what is real: the real society, real community,
real lives and living and real human interactions,
organisaitons, festivals, events, cultural and artistic
goings on in reality, in real life. No other
distorteddia is either our aim or our purpose but
fighting dehumanisation and advancing humanity in
reality and in reality of the real society and community
are our aim, objective and purpose.
g: The Humanion does not do 'opinion polls' of any kind
and nor does it publish any so-called research done by
private companies, where they used so-called online
polls and then they have specialists, who have been paid
to support their findings and products etc.
h: The Humanion does not publish any so-called research,
which are nothing but online polls of some people and,
this is, regardless of which agency, organisation or
institution has conducted it. Online polls or online
research etc: Absolute: no.
i: The Humanion does not publish any research, that
claims to have taken a poll or polls, often, online in
which they, may, have polled 500 people but their entire
'presentation' then converts the figures so that 50%,
which is, 250, now becomes half the population of the
UK, while they have only spoken to 500 people.
This has been put out so to make sure that you know
whether and how to send materials to The Humanion. This
is not to say that we discourage people and agencies to
send materials to The Humanion and to make this point:
you spend your time preparing and sending these
materials and we need to spend our time in them only to
come to the point whereby both you and The Humanion have
'wasted' their 'time-resource' in this because the
materials can not be used.
And this is how we invite and request you to send the
01: Please, paste the information on the email or attach
them as word docs. Please, do not send information about
a book or event or research, saying images are
available: rather, make the images appear as attachments
to ensure your story gets a space.
02: Please, do not send PDFs. Word Doc is what you must
send. Please, do not send half information expecting
people would write back for it. Send all, that is
necessary in the first place.
03. Send images with stories, that must have an image:
Dr Vincenct Vinefield has been appointed as the CEO of
XYT story has no value without an image of that doctor.
A research team has been awarded a prize story has no
value without the names and a group image of that team.
A research has been mentioned in a release but there is
no reference to that research means nothing.
04. Please, do not send 'microscopic' images, that is
05. Please, do not send infographics.
06. Please, do not send videos.
07. Please, do not send images of texts.
08: Please, do not send weblinks for materials whether
texts or images or web addresses for any reports. This
means you do not send us press releases posted to some
other web page, images posted to some other places or
website. Simply put, you send all the necessary
materials relevant to the story with and as part of the
email as requested.
09: If, there is a link in your email or text, put the
link as word: not hyper-linked the website address for
we need the address not the hyper-link.
10. Finally, if, you do not send materials, as The
Humanion guidelines ask you to do, you are guaranteed
that your story will not get covered.
11. Send images and word docs as attachments ONLY. And
you do not need to send too many images but just send
the relevant one:s.
Thank you very much.