In Tuscon, Arizona, a press conference and launch party for new websites for educators and students from the Border Journalism Network / La red de periodismo de la frontera.MORE
In Bielefeld, Germany, a workshop on dealing with extreme situations and self care management for radio reporters.MORE
At Columbia University in New York City, ten years after 9/11, a two-day workshop exploring the effects of catastrophe on cities and their inhabitants.MORE
This workshop, supported by funding from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, featured a wide range of national and local mental health and policy experts, award-winning journalists, educators and prevention advocates. Participation was open to working reporters, editors, photographers, producers or bloggers for print, broadcast or online media.MORE
At the Columbia Journalism School in New York City, a two-day workshop to help journalists and news organizations cover a crucial public health issue.MORE
At Sundvollen in Norway, a two-day conference exploring the consequences of the extremist attack on Oslo and the island of Utøya in July.MORE
At the National Associated Collegiate Press/College Media Advisers Annual Conference in Orlanda, Florida, a session on accurate, ethical and sensitive coverage of tragedyMORE
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