A multimedia feature in the New York Times Health section about a young rape victim recovering from post-traumatic stress stands as a set of best practices that can inform any reporter's work. More »
Three out of four journalists worldwide who die on the job are not caught in the crossfire -- they're targeted by kidnappers or hired assassins, Frank Smyth writes in Harvard International Review. And their killers rarely are brought to justice. More »
Nov 15 2010 11:49 AM
One year after the slaughter of 32 journalists and media workers in Maguindanao province, the International Union of Journalists and the National Union of Journalists of the Philippines plan a global day of action to remember the victims and press for prosecution of the perpetrators. More »
Sensational media depictions of gruesome crimes stemming from Mexico's ongoing drug war are distorting public values and attitudes towards violence. The deadening impact of this kind of reporting is a prime topic of conversation at an IRE/Dart conference on border violence in Laredo, Texas. More »
Nov 11 2010 12:19 PM
In a report pegged to Veteran's Day, 2010 Dart Ochberg Fellow Susan Kaplan explores the plight of women soldiers who enter the military at an early age and return to civilian life without key coping skills. More »
Nov 4 2010 9:49 AM
The International News Safety Institute examines the rising threats to journalists and the rapidly evolving reporting tools that put newsgatherers closer to danger. More »
The Dart Center and More magazine co-host a performance of a drama about journalists damaged by the conflicts they cover. A post-performance talk features journalist Bob Woodward. Part of the proceeds will benefit the Dart Center's ongoing work. More »
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