Asia Pacific Features

  • Announcement

    Mar 25 2014

    Ethical Reporting on Traumatised People

    
“It makes you feel like you’re a prisoner in your own house, (the media) waiting for hours a ...

    In conjunction with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Dart Centre Asia Pacific presents a new teaching video dealing with the treatment of news sources, "Getting it Right: Ethical Reporting on People Affected by Trauma." The project was developed to supplement teaching materials for journalism educators. 

  • Print Publication

    Jul 24 2015

    Шерон Шмікл

    Рекомендації від досвідчених журналістів-ветеранів щодо подолання емоційних труднощів під час висвітлення війни.

  • Announcement

    Jul 24 2015

    Applications Open: Ochberg Fellowships

    Dusan Vranic / AP / 2015 Ochberg Fellow: 
Detainees pray at former U.S. mili ...

    The Ochberg Fellowship, now in its 17th year, is the Dart Center's flagship program for senior and mid-career journalists who wish to deepen their knowledge of emotional trauma and psychological injury, and improve reporting on violence, conflict and tragedy. The application deadline is September 28, 2015. Click here to apply.

  • Print Publication

    Jul 21 2015

    Джо Хайт і Френк Сміт

    Журналістам, фотокореспондентам і редакторам, що висвітлюють теми насильства. Гід, як захистити і жертву, і себе.

  • Event Video

    Jul 11 2015

    Q&A: A Survivor's Perspective

    Full video and edited transcript; "Getting it Right: Reporting on Gun Violence"; May 29, 2015.

  • Link List

    Jul 9 2015

    Online Resources for Covering Guns

    Resources recommended by speakers and participants at the 2015 Dart Center workshop "Covering Guns."

  • In Depth

    Jul 9 2015

    Reporting the Gun Beat Q&A

    Cheryl Thompson, Investigative Reporter at the Washington Post, Mark Follman, National Affairs Editor at Mother Jones, and Jim MacMillan, Founder and Editor of GunCrisis.org, in conversation with Dart's Bruce Shapiro. Below is a lightly edited version of their conversation.

  • In Depth

    Jul 8 2015

    Getting it Right: A Survivor's Perspective

    Use the shooter's name sparingly, with purpose, and instead focus on the survivors. Avoid salaciousness, but don't sugarcoat the facts. Be gentle, but understand that no matter what, asking a survivor to retell his or her story opens up old wounds.

  • Tip Sheet

    Jul 7 2015

    Investigating Guns with the Indianapolis Star's Tim Evans

    Make sure your facts and assertions are bulletproof. Look for subjects and issues that no one, not even the most ardent gun-rights activists, can dispute. Make your story about people.

  • Event Video

    Jul 7 2015

    Guns, Law and Society: Understanding the Arguments

    Full video and transcript; “Guns, Law and Society: Understanding the Arguments"; May 29, 2015.

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