At Columbia University, a panel discussion featuring award-winning human-rights reporters Habiba Nosheen and Ana Arana.
Violence, conflict and tragedy are central to news. Please join the Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma for a panel discussion featuring award-winning human-rights reporters Habiba Nosheen (‘09) and Ana Arana (‘81) probing the ethical, practical and craft challenges they faced reporting on the case of Oscar Ramirez, a Guatemalan immigrant who, nearly 30 years after the fact, learned he was a survivor of a government massacre. The panel will explore the choices involved in interviewing victims, negotiating lines of privacy and confidentiality, reporting on children and depicting the most difficult events.
Speakers: Habiba Nosheen, Freelance journalist and adjunct professor at Columbia Journalism School
Ana Arana, Director, Fundación de Periodismo de Investigación, MEPI, Mexico City
Moderator: Bruce Shapiro, Executive Director, Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma, Columbia Journalism School
Centennial All-Class Lecture
October 2, 2012 at 6:00-7:30pm
Lecture Hall Columbia Journalism School 116th Street and Broadway
At John Jay College in New York, a conference focused on the atrocious incident in Norway and a nation’s response.
A conference at the Academy for Critical Incident Analysis at John Jay College, co-sponsored by the Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma.
We believe that Norway responded to an atrocious incident with remarkable humanity, avoiding regression and recrimination, emphasizing its national values.
This conference is meant to explore two questions:
A panel at the Museum of Jewish Heritage, where reporters and photographers discuss the role of embedded journalists, the risks they face, and the ethical implications of their presence as civilians in military units.
Judith Matloff, Columbia Journalism School; Santiago Lyon, director of photography, Associated Press; Quil Lawrence, NPR; Carolyn Cole, Los Angeles Times
Moderated by Thorin Tritter, managing director of FASPE
In Hamburg, an event introducing the work of the Dart Centre in Germany and exploring what reporters need to know when working with trauma.
Dr. Inmi K. Patterson, US Consul General Hamburg
Bruce Shapiro, Executive Director, Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma
Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, New York
PANEL DISCUSSION AND Q&A
Thomas Görger, Journalist & Crisis Reporter
Gisela Mayer, Action Association Amoklauf Winnenden
Petra Tabeling, Director, Dart Center Deutschland
Moderator: Dr. Steffen Burkhardt, Director, International Media Center Hamburg
A reception follows.
Amerikazentrum, Am Sandtorkai 48, Hamburg
RSVP: email@example.com (Tel 040 / 70 38 36 88) before October 12.
At Columbia University, this intensive program is aimed at preparing journalists, especially independent freelancers, to think critically about how to work effectively and safely in volatile situations such as war/conflict or disaster zones, with emphasis on prevention of harm
When: October 19-21, 2012
Where: Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, 2950 Broadway, New York, NY 10027
The Ochberg Fellowships bring together journalists from around the world seeking to deepen their coverage of violence, conflict and tragedy, ranging from street crime and family violence to natural disasters, war and genocide.
Monday, October 22 - Saturday, October 27
Your contributions help the Dart Center nurture informed, innovative and ethical news reporting on violence, conflict and tragedy worldwide.
The Dart Center is a project of the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.