A resource for journalists who cover violence
Jul 15 2011
Quick tips on covering sexual violence, from preparation to writing the story.
Jan 30 2014
By Domenic Vitiello
In this video, Domenic Vitello walks workshop participants through the local history and demographics of Philadelphia's immigrants and refugees.
By Alia Malek and Garry Pierre-Pierre
In this video, Alia Malek and Garry Pierre-Pierre explore best practices in reporting on immigrants and refugees, and share tips for journalists who are not working in ethnic media.
Jan 20 2014
By Amanda Bergson-Shilcock and Ariel Ritchin
Following our workshop, “Covering Immigrants & Refugees,” Amanda Begson-Shilcock from the Welcoming Center for New Pennsylvanians, shared tips for working with immigrants.
Jan 15 2014
By Bruce Shapiro
In this video, Bruce Shapiro offers closing remarks.
By Bruce Shapiro and Joseph Pyle
In this video, Bruce Shapiro & Joe Pyle welcome participants to the 2013 Dart Center workshop "Covering Immigrants & Refugees."
By Jose Arreola and Bruce Shapiro
In this video, Jose Arreola gives a keynote address "A Life Undocumented."
By Fernando Chang-Muy
In this video, Fernando-Chang Muy provides an overview of immigrant and refugee law and policy.
By Denise Ziya-Berte
In this video, Dr. Denise Ziya Berte gives a talk titled "Trauma, Resiliency and Psychosocial Support."
By Cindy Carcamo, Michael Matza, Maria Sacchetti, and Bruce Shapiro
In this video, Cindy Carcamo, Michael Matza, Maria Sacchetti, and Bruce Shapiro have a conversation about the immigration beat.
A 40-page guide to help journalists, photojournalists and editors report on violence while protecting both victims and themselves.
Recommendations for meeting the emotional challenges of covering war, from a group of seasoned veterans.
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