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- Dealing with Hate Campaigns: Toolkit for Journalists
- Maintaining Boundaries with Sources, Colleagues & Supervisors
- Five Ways to Protect Yourself Against Cyberhate and Trolls
- Handling Traumatic Imagery: Developing a Standard Operating Procedure
- Reporting Safely from Sandy Hook to Ferguson
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- Reporters Exposed to Traumatic Events: Tips for Managers and Editors
- Safety & Self-care Strategies for Every Beat
- Dart Hosts Mindfulness Training for Journalists
- Talking Trauma in the Newsroom at ABC
- Handling the Death of a Colleague
- Covering Trauma: Impact on Journalists
- Let's Talk: Personal Boundaries, Safety & Women in Journalism
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In what appears to be the first successful case of its kind, a Melbourne crime reporter has been awarded $180,000 in damages for post-traumatic stress, anxiety and depression.
- May 23, 2018
Freelance journalists and photographers from all corners of Ukraine came together for a five-day workshop in Kiev.
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