At the National Press Club in Washington, DC, a day-long session for journalists who experienced extraordinary challenges covering the destruction and human suffering in Haiti.MORE
At the Georgian Institute of Public Affairs in Tbilisi, a half-day conference on journalism, trauma and protecting reporting from public relations.MORE
At the JEA/NSPA Spring National High School Journalism Convention in Portland, Oregon, a session on covering trauma and tragedy.MORE
On the coast of north Yorkshire, Dart Centre Europe hosts a three-day retreat for journalists who cover traumatic events.MORE
At Columbia University in New York City, a seminar about using oral history to cover disaster, part of an ongoing series of public workshops on oral history methodologies.MORE
At the University of Tulsa in Oklahoma, a presentation on the Dart Center's recent work with journalists in Haiti.MORE
At the Columbia Journalism School in New York City, a panel for alumni that explores covering conflict and trauma in war zones and disaster areas.MORE
At the Western Regional International Health Conference in Seattle, Washington, a discussion of how to document the health impacts of war.MORE
At Columbia University in New York City, the Dart Center honors the winners of the 2010 Dart Awards for Excellence in Coverage of Trauma and presents a panel with the award winners.MORE
At Columbia University in New York City, a discussion with Military Times health reporter Kelly Kennedy about her new book.MORE
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