The Rory Peck Trust honored the work of four freelance cameramen and camerawomen from northern Iraq, Pakistan and Syria at its 20th anniversary awards event Wednesday evening. More »
As part of events marking the International Day to End Impunity for Crimes Against Journalists, UNESCO and WAN-IFRA published an excerpt from their global study on the protection of journalism sources in the digital age. More »
Kala Lampard, Emma Williams and the Dart Center's Cait McMahon, who manages ABC's Trauma and Resilience program, reflect on dealing with trauma in the newsroom. More »
A group of Australian physicians have created national guidelines to better diagnose and treat post traumatic stress disorder in paramedics, police officers and firefighters. More »
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