At the Norrköping Filmfestival Flimmer in Norrköping, Sweden, three screenings of Ochberg Fellow Mike Walter's documentary on journalists covering traumatic stories.MORE
At the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism in New York City, David Loyn and Christina Lamb discuss the country they've covered for decades.MORE
At The Gallery in Darling Park in Sydney, Australia, an exhibition of photographs of the suffering and struggle of civilians affected by conflicts around the world.MORE
In Bangkok, Thailand, winners of the Dart Asia Fellowships participate in a five-day programme.MORE
At the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism in New York City, a two-day, invitation-only workshop for journalists.MORE
At Columbia University in New York City, a conversation with winners of the Maria Moors Cabot Prize.MORE
At the VII Gallery in New York City, "Can One Story Change the World? A Conversation Between Photography and Policy."MORE
At the The Canadian Group Psychotherapy Association's 30th National Conference in Toronto, a lecture from Dr. Anthony Feinstein.MORE
At Columbia University in New York City, a conversation with journalist and Iran expert Iason Athanasiadis.MORE
At the annual convention of the Journalism Education Association of Northern California in Sacramento, a three-part session on covering trauma and tragedy.MORE
At the Journalism Association of Community Colleges SoCal Conference in Fullerton, California, a presentation on ethical reporting from two photojournalists.MORE
At the 2009 National College Media Convention in Austin, Texas, a discussion of "The Ethics and Practice of Trauma Journalism: What Your Staff Needs to Know About Covering Tragedy."MORE
At the University of Navarra in Spain, a two-day programme of training and discussion exploring best practice for journalists working in traumatic situations.MORE
At the Columbia University in New York City, a discussion of managing stress with psychologist Cait McMahon and news trainer Heather Forbes.MORE
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