Resources for Outside Resources
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.
The Chicago Taskforce on Violence Against Girls and Young Women saw a need to create a Media Toolkit that addresses common issues stemming from how media currently structures news around rape and sexual violence, and how journalists can better report on these issues.
An article from the Columbia Journalism Review showing how coverage of homicides can provide a fuller context for the crime committed by focusing on the life of the victim and subsequent events related to the murder, rather than simply crime statistics and data.
A report from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration on how to interact with children and young adults in the aftermath of disasters and other traumatic experiences.