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At Columbia University, a meeting with broadcast journalists from Africa.MORE
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If journalism is the first draft of history, Hannah Arendt's Eichmann in Jerusalem was not a draft but a whirlwind. Coming shortly, a recap and full video recording of the Dart Center's standing room only event that took place Thursday, October 3 with moral philosopher and Einstein Forum Executive Director, Susan Neiman, and Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and MacArthur Fellow, Tina Rosenberg. The occasion marked the 50th anniversary of Arendt's still-controversial landmark in human rights reportage.MORE
At the Frontline Club, London, RISC (Reporters Instructed in Saving Colleagues) are running a four-day course in emergency medicine for freelance journalists working in dangerous areas. The course will contain a trauma awareness component delivered by the Dart Centre.MORE
The deadline for application submission for the 2013 Ochberg Fellowship.MORE
In Rio de Janeiro, Brazil at the 2013 Global Investigative Journalism Conference, the Dart Center will present two panels focused on investigative reporting on victims of violence, and trauma awareness, peer support and organizational duty of care.MORE
In Amman, Jordan, the Second Annual International Professional Conference on Trans-generational Trauma: Communal Wounds and Victim Identities.MORE
At Columbia University, an intensive three-day program aimed at preparing journalists 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.MORE
At the Frontline Club in London, England, the 2013 Awards will recognize emerging talents and established names for outstanding work, in print, broadcast and photojournalism.MORE
In Melbourne, Australia, the Crisis Intervention & Management Australia 7th biennial conference entitled "The Dynamics of Resilience: Building synergies between responders, recovery agenvies and communities."MORE
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