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Questioning Unaccompanied Immigrant Children: Lessons from Developmental Science on Forensic Interviewing
A brief from the Society for Research in Child Development regarding when and how children should be interviewed, including how questions should be phrased.
This collection of tip sheets, written by journalist Susan McKay, is part of a Queen’s University Belfast project exploring the intersection between victims and ‘dealing with the past’ in Northern Ireland, in particular through examining the themes of voice, agency, and blame.
It includes guidelines on 1) interviewing victims and survivors of conflict; 2) representing and engaging with victims and survivors for journalists, editors and educators; 3) speaking to journalists and the media.
The News Organizations Safety Self-Assessment provides a tool for news outlets to review and improve their current safety practices and protocols. It should help news organizations to identify and better understand their own weaknesses and strengths in relation to the security of all individuals working for them exposed to danger, including freelancers.
ECD databases and other resources assembled by Esther Goh, ECD specialist from the Bernard van Leer Foundation, and a speaker at the Dart Center's Early Childhood Reporting Institute: Covering Trauma, Resilience and the Developing Brain; June 28 - July 2, 2018; New York City.
Sixteen leading international scientists from different fields of neuroscience presented the latest evidence on the influences of experience and environment on child brain development.