Quick tips on covering sexual violence, from preparation to writing the story.
Whether your beat is family violence or natural disaster, the news choices you face are difficult, and affect your subjects, policy makers and the wider public. This page offers a wide range of quick tips, deep background and training and support programs to help journalists cover bad news better.
In conjunction with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Dart Centre Asia Pacific presents a new teaching video dealing with the treatment of news sources, "Getting it Right: Ethical Reporting on People Affected by Trauma." The project was developed to supplement teaching materials for journalism educators.
Suggestions for responsibly covering suicide while balancing concerns of privacy, stigma and avoiding copycat incidents.
In response to the WDBJ shooting, the Dart Center has released a tip sheet for journalists coping with the death of a colleague.
In response to the WDBJ shooting, the Dart Center has released a tip sheet for managers for coping with the death of a colleague.
As the WDBJ tragedy evolves, how will journalists frame the story?
When children are victims of violence, journalists have a responsibility to report the truth with compassion and sensitivity.
A 40-page guide to help journalists, photojournalists and editors report on violence while protecting both victims and themselves. Click here for a Ukrainian translation.
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