Resources for Children & Youth

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A Survivor’s Life

This searing, intimate feature tells the story of Cheyeanne Fitzgerald, the youngest survivor of the Umpqua Community College shooting in Roseburg Oregon, as she struggles against myriad challenges in the massacre’s aftermath. Judges described “A Survivor’s Story” as an “eye-opening,” “brutally honest" portrait of the intense difficulties and complexities of trauma and recovery. Originally published in the Washington Post in December, 2015.

Everything is Yours, Everything is Not Yours

Clemantine Wamariya, who at age six fled the Rwandan genocide with her sister, spent seven years wandering central Africa as a refugee, eventually coming to the United States and succeeding by every conventional marker. Judges called the piece “clear-eyed,” “tremendously insightful,” and “gracefully and honestly told.” Originally published by Matter in June, 2015.

Feb 26, 2016

Conversation: Reporting on Allegations of Child Abuse

London - United Kingdom - Europe
14:00 - 15:30
In London, this Dart Centre Europe forum will bring together journalists who have been working on child abuse stories and provide an opportunity to share insight, practical reporting tips and lessons learned. The discussion will be introduced by Alex Renton, contributing editor to the Observor Magazine, and moderated by Gavin Rees, executive director of Dart Centre Europe. Also on hand to share their experience will be Dr Sarah Heke, Director of the Institute of Psychotrauma, and Gill Moreton, Dart Centre Europe board director and lead clinician at the Rivers Centre in Edinburgh.
Feb 1, 2016

Screening and Q&A: Too Young to Wed

New York, NY - United States - Asia Pacific
12:30 - 2:00 pm
At Columbia Journalism School in New York City, a screening and conversation about Too Young to Wed: Child Marriage in Bangladesh with filmmaker Tania Rashid, moderated by professor June Cross.

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