On Wednesday, September 30, the Dart Center hosted a conversation with Guardian columnist, essayist, historian and feminist activist Rebecca Solnit, where she explored how journalists and news consumers can rethink what questions to ask and how to reimagine a sense of the possible in this moment of pervasive crisis.
Leading Resilience: A Guide for Editors and News Managers on Working with Freelancers Exposed to Trauma
A collaboration between ACOS Alliance and Dart Centre Asia Pacific, this guide is designed to help editors and managers understand and support their teams. It is divided into five sections covering both general information and specific suggestions and tips for working with freelancers.
Which journalists should be studied? Under what conditions? Which research questions are well-settled, and what demands further study?
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.
Dr. Anna Feigenbaum, author of the book Tear Gas: From the Battlefields of World War I to the Streets of Today, shares a riot control primer for journalists covering protests across the United States.
Covering civil unrest can be frightening and dangerous. A crowd may turn violent with little warning and police can target journalists or mistake them for rabble rousers. It’s particularly challenging to maintain social distancing during a riot, so take extra precautions to stay on the edge for quick exit. Bring extra masks, gloves and sanitizer for gear.