Award-winning journalists, disaster experts, mental health practitioners, and survivor advocates will gather on October 6 to discuss the ethics and craft of covering trauma news during a workshop for Cayman media professionals. More »
Thomson Reuters will cover the costs for up to fourteen freelance journalists to attend a five-day Hostile Environment Training course run in Belfast, Northern Ireland. More »
In response to the Umpqua Community College tragedy, Dave Cullen, author of Columbine, offers advice for journalists covering mass shootings. More »
Last week, a panel of experts explored some of the issues surrounding the spread of traumatic imagery in a social media age. More »
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