Aluf Benn, editor-in-chief of Haaretz newspaper, joined the Dart Center’s Bruce Shapiro at Columbia Journalism School for a lunchtime conversation centering on his paper’s place within the Israeli journalistic landscape, and its efforts to cover this summer’s Gaza war. More »
Approximately one billion children worldwide are subjected to regular physical abuse, according to a staggering new study released by UNICEF last week.
In a new tip sheet, clinical psychologist Nancy Crown explains common misconceptions and offers tips for interviewing people with autism, a developmental disability. More »
Following the murders of Steven Sotloff and James Foley by Islamic State extremists, foreign correspondent Nadine Marroushi wrote in The Telegraph about the physical and mental health risks of reporting from conflict zones, and her own battle with PTSD. More »
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