Reporting Advice from NPR's Chris Benderev
The U.S. has once again been hit with a spate of mass shootings. The Dart Center has a host of resources for newsrooms covering these tragedies and their aftermath.
The Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma, in partnership with the International Women’s Media Foundation (IWMF), today announces the launch of the 2023 Journalist Trauma Support Network (JTSN) training program. The JTSN program trains mental health clinicians to support journalists challenged by covering violence, crisis and tragedy.
Dart Award winner, Annelise Jolley, offers advice on covering trauma.
Dart Award winner, Joe Mozingo, offers advice on covering trauma.
This tip sheet was drawn from the second webinar in a series focused on Early Childhood Reporting, part of the Dart Center’s Early Childhood Journalism Initiative (ECJI).
The webinar was moderated by journalist and Dart senior advisor Irene Caselli, and the speakers were:
When people ask what my name is and where I’m from, the answer is complex.
My name, Ronahi, is Kurdish. But when my Dad registered my birth, the Syrian authorities twisted it to Lonai – Kurds in Syria weren’t allowed to register babies with Kurdish names.