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Mar 8-11, 2024

Global Early Childhood Reporting Institute

New York City, NY - United States
The Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma is holding a four-day reporting institute for reporters and editors worldwide who wish to deepen their knowledge of early childhood development and increase their capacity to report ethically and effectively on the youngest children and their caregivers.
Feb 11-17, 2024

Dart Center Documentary Film Fellowship

Cayman Islands
The inaugural Dart Center Documentary Film Fellowship, designed for senior and mid-career filmmakers who wish to deepen their knowledge of emotional trauma and psychological injury, delve into documentary ethics and craft challenges, and enrich their professional engagement around violence, conflict and tragedy. The Fellowship will be held in Grand Cayman.
Feb 21, 2024

Deadline: 2024 Ochberg Fellowship Application

Asia Pacific
5:00pm EST
The Dart Center Ochberg Fellowship is a unique seminar program for senior and mid-career journalists who wish to deepen their knowledge of emotional trauma and psychological injury, and improve reporting on violence, conflict and tragedy. The deadline to apply is February 21st, 2024 at 5:00pm EST

Best Practices in Reporting on Children, Families, and Caregivers

This tipsheet was drawn from a panel discussion focused on best practices in reporting on refugee children and families. The discussion was part of a 2019 Dart Center reporting institute called “Reporting on Refugees and Migration Through the Eyes of Young Children.” 

The panel was moderated by Dart Center Early Childhood Development expert, Karen Brown. The speakers were:

Sarah Stillman; Journalism professor and New Yorker staff writer who focuses on the intersection between human rights, the criminal justice system and migration. 

Ginger Thompson; Chief of Correspondents at ProPublica and Pulitzer Prize winner who has reported extensively on migration. 



Feb 12, 2024

The Holly: Screening and Discussion

New York, NY - United States - North America
6:00 PM EST
Join us for a screening of the documentary The Holly followed by a conversation with film director Julian Rubinstein, activist Terrance Roberts, and CBS Assistant Professor of International Journalism Nina Alvarez.
Feb 8, 2024

Reporting in the Aftermath of Conflict: Insights and Lessons Learned

New York, NY - United States - North America
After the day-to-day reporting on war is over, new challenges and grave responsibilities emerge, from relaying the steps of postwar accountability and peace processes, to unveiling the realities of social trauma and recovery.