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2019 Dart Awards: Roundtable Discussion Transcript

This year's Dart Awards went to Michigan Radio for two episodes of "Believed" and to NOLA.com | The Times Picayune for "The Children of Central City." Honorable mentions went to Radio Canada International – Eye on the Arctic and to The Star Tribune. The 2019 winners' roundtable featured Eilís​ Quinn, Reporter, Radio Canada International – Eye on the Arctic; Brandon Stahl, Reporter, The Star Tribune; Richard Webster, Investigative Reporter, NOLA.com | The Times Picayune; and Kate Wells, Reporter, Michigan Radio. A lightly edited discussion transcript is now available.

2019 Dart Awards, in Pictures

Earlier this month, the Dart Center hosted a reception, awards presentation and winners’ roundtable to honor the 2019 Dart Award winners.

Oct 24-27, 2019

'Reporting Safely in Crisis Zones’ Course

New York, NY - United States - Asia Pacific
The Dart Center is offering an intensive four-day crisis zone reporting course at Columbia Journalism School to prepare journalists to work safely and effectively in volatile situations such as war, conflict and disaster zones. With generous support from the James W. Foley Legacy Foundation, the Rory Peck Trust, and the ACOS Alliance, 16 freelance journalists will be able to attend the October 24-27 course at no cost. The application deadline -- June 21, 2019 at 5:00 pm EST -- has passed.

Dart Center Names 2019 Ochberg Fellows

The Dart Center has announced the recipients of the 2019 Ochberg Fellowship, a program that deepens journalists' reporting of violence, conflict and tragedy. This year’s Fellows include outstanding senior and mid-career journalists in all media, representing six continents.

Tip Sheet Collection: Victims and Dealing with the Past

This collection of tip sheets, written by journalist Susan McKay, is part of a Queen’s University Belfast project exploring the intersection between victims and ‘dealing with the past’ in Northern Ireland, in particular through examining the themes of voice, agency, and blame.

It includes guidelines on 1) interviewing victims and survivors of conflict; 2) representing and engaging with victims and survivors for journalists, editors and educators; 3) speaking to journalists and the media.

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