Building journalists’ capacity to report thoroughly and accurately on violence, war and other abuses and their aftermath is more essential than ever as societies wrestle with how to deal with terrorism and crime, how to aid refugees, whether to go to war and how to protect the most vulnerable citizens.
The Rory Peck Trust honored the work of four freelance cameramen and camerawomen from northern Iraq, Pakistan and Syria at its 20th anniversary awards event Wednesday evening.
As part of events marking the International Day to End Impunity For Crimes Against Journalists, UNESCO and WAN-IFRA published an excerpt from their global study on the protection of journalism sources in the digital age.
The Jacobs Foundation has selected five outstanding science and health policy reporters to take part in a weeklong fellowship in Zurich aimed at advancing public understanding of research in the fields of psychology and youth development.
Poet, essayist and critic Elizabeth Alexander joined the Dart Center to discuss writing about loss, love and upheavals both private and public.
YDR/Sunday News has been awarded the Pennsylvania NewsMedia Association Foundation’s Public Service Award for its pioneering trauma journalism peer support program.
Award-winning journalists, disaster experts, mental health practitioners, and survivor advocates will gather on October 6 to discuss the ethics and craft of covering trauma news during a workshop for Cayman media professionals.