Resources for Self-Care & Peer Support
In conjunction with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Dart Centre Asia Pacific presents a new teaching video dealing with the treatment of news sources, "Getting it Right: Ethical Reporting on People Affected by Trauma." The project was developed to supplement teaching materials for journalism educators. Click here for a version with Chinese subtitles.
The Dart Center hosted a delegation of broadcast journalists at Columbia Journalism School for a wide-ranging conversation on covering violence.
A section of CPJ's Journalist Safety Guide that addresses disaster specific safety considerations, especially for freelancers.
A PDF of the Reports Without Borders Safety Guide, which includes a chapter on Disaster safety beginning on page 52.
Almost two-thirds of women journalists have experienced intimidation, threats or abuse in relation to their work, according to findings from the first global survey of violence and threats against women in the news media.
Following Superstorm Sandy, a new AP-NORC Center fellowship will focus on community resilience in times of crisis. Applications are now open!
Part of the Dart Center-duPont Awards Lecture series at Columbia Journalism School featured Richard Engel, Chief Foreign Correspondent, NBC News. Moderator Ann Cooper spoke with Engel about covering violence and trauma in conflict zones throughout the Middle East.
Veteran’s Affairs National Center for PTSD launches an online coach to help those with the condition manage their own symptoms.
Pakistan is consistently rated one of the most dangerous countries in the world for journalists. A 2011 Dart Centre Asia Pacific Fellow and the director of Pakistan's first media and development sector watchdog organization, Freedom Network, weighs in on the state of the Pakistani media and a new program to address the problems.