The Dart Center is working with researchers at The University of Tulsa to better understand women journalists’ experience with online harassment in the United States.
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The Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma, a project of Columbia Journalism School, has received a major gift from the philanthropic arm of Google to support news professionals challenged by the global coronavirus pandemic and other crises.
Elie Choueifaty, a Journalism and Law student at the University of Technology, Sydney, has been awarded the Dart Centre for Journalism and Trauma Asia Pacific prize at the annual Ossie Awards, showcasing Australia's best student journalism
The Jacobs Foundation is seeking journalists, entertainers, policy-makers, researchers and social entrepreneurs to take part in its second annual fellowship on child development.
The Dart Center plays a critical role in the worldwide campaign to defend press-freedom — and innovative, trauma-informed reporting is a crucial push-back against authoritarians, oligarchs and abusers of power everywhere.
The International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies has released a briefing paper on the trauma of hate-based violence, reviewing existing research on its impacts and evaluating the mental health needs of targeted survivors and communities.
Lorena Allam, Indigenous Affairs Editor at The Guardian, Australia has received this year's Dart Centre Asia Pacific Indigenous Scholarship to the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism's Summer Investigative Reporting Course.
Earlier this month, the Dart Center hosted a reception, awards presentation and winners’ roundtable to honor the 2019 Dart Award winners.