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Jan 15, 2021

Free Training Webinar: Covering Riots and Civil Unrest

North America
12:00pm
In response to the violent attack on the US Capitol last week, and with the possibility of more disruptions around the country, the Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma will be offering a 90-minute training webinar at no charge to reporters, editors, photographers, and other news professionals covering riots and civil unrest.

Deadline Passed: 2021 Dart Awards

In addition to the traditional Dart Awards for Excellence in Coverage of Trauma, this year we will be giving a special Dart Award for Outstanding Coverage of the Covid-19 Crisis in recognition of the exceptional challenges posed by the pandemic across the journalism community. The deadline for submissions -- January 27, 2021 at 5:00 pm EST -- has passed.

Children: coverage, images and interviews

How should we handle reporting about children who are accused of committing crimes? What about children who are the victims of crimes, or witnesses to crimes? This resource from ONA Ethics offers some useful guidance.

Guidelines for journalists reporting on children

Media reporting on children and young people should never put them at risk. UNICEF has developed principles and guidelines to help journalists report on children’s issues in a way that enables them to serve the public interest without compromising the rights of children.

Nov 19-20, 2020

UK: Symposium on Journalism and Resilience Building

Europe
This international symposium brings together academics, journalists, media organizations and other stakeholders to review practice in respect of fostering resilience in journalism students and to document research priorities.

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