Al-Jazeera correspondent Peter Greste spent 400 days in an Egyptian prison, after being tried on charges that included spreading false news and aiding the Muslim Brotherhood. He spoke with Ochberg FellowStuart Hughes about finding the strength to cope with the ordeal. More »
Las consecuencias del cubrimiento de tragedias, las precarias condiciones laborales y hasta el acoso sexual en el gremio periodístico están siendo tema de estudio por parte de investigadores del Centro Dart Para Periodismo y Trauma. More »
The Solutions Journalism Network has released a 48-page guide to encourage rigorous reporting about responses to social problems. More »
In an article for Poynter this week, Katie Hawkins-Gaar considers the mental health challenges faced by journalists tasked with watching and vetting graphic user-generated content, and the responsiblities of the news organizations for whom they do it. More »
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