The Dart Centre Asia Pacific Fellowships offer seasoned journalists and their editors in the Asia-Pacific region a special opportunity to improve coverage of tragic events. The application deadline is February 9, 2015. Click here to apply now.
If a client's trauma was in the news, or if they contended with traumatic events as a journalist, you may find yourself on uncharted terrain. The Dart Center promotes dialogue and networking among clinicians and journalists, raising awareness of each groups' obligations, ethics and best practices.
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In October, the Dart Center hosted a three-day conference to deepen journalists' reporting on Cuba and Cuban-American relations featuring historians, scholars, economists, policymakers and award-winning journalists. Click here for full video coverage.
Amy Wilentz, journalist and author of "Farewell, Fred Voodoo: A Letter From Haiti," reflects on the five-year anniversary of the earthquake in Haiti.
The Dart Center is offering a two-day workshop for journalists on covering guns and gun violence, May 29-30, in Phoenix, Arizona.
Masked gunmen killed 12 people at the Paris offices of a French satirical newspaper on Wednesday. Two days later, police responded to hostage situations involving the two suspects and an alleged accomplice, killing all three. A fourth suspect remains at large. Below are tip sheets and other resources for journalists covering this evolving story.
Whether clinicians like it or not, children and families affected by trauma are routinely covered by the media. When that happens, clinicians often face difficult choices.
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