Katharine Quarmby is a writer and journalist, a contributor at Mosaic Science magazine and Royal Literary Fund Fellow at the London School of Economics. Previously, Quarmby worked as a producer for the BBC, a correspondent at the Economist and as a contributing editor at Newsweek Europe. She has written two books for adults, including Scapegoat: Why We Are Failing Disabled People, which won the Ability Media International Award, and No Place to Call Home: Inside the Real Lives of Gypsies and Travellers, which was shortlisted for the Bread and Roses award. She is also a pro bono coordinator of the Disability Hate Crime Network and a member of the Crown Prosecution Service National Scrutiny Panel on Disability Hostility.
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- September 25, 2016 by Shelagh Beckett, Jeanny Gering, Sarah Heke, Olly Lambert, Katharine Quarmby, Alex Renton
Journalists Alex Renton, Katharine Quarmby and Olly Lambert spoke with the Dart Center about the challenges of reporting on child abuse, and trauma experts Sarah Heke and Shelagh Beckett shared tactics for interviewing victims of childhood trauma.
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