Freelance journalists and photographers from all corners of Ukraine came together for a five-day workshop in Kiev.
At the Perugia Journalism Festival, the Dart Center hosted panels on confronting gendered threats, and on interviewing people with a history of violence. Event video is now available.
The Dart Center asked nine leading women in journalism to share their experiences and to reflect on their own best practices.
At the Perugia Journalism Festival, this conversation focused on keeping yourself and your sources safe when interviewing criminals, paramilitaries and others with a history of violence.
At the Perugia Journalism Festival, this panel explored how women journalists contend with unwanted presumptions, sexual harassment and the threat of gender-based violence.
An exhaustive investigation into U.S. airstrikes in Iraq, and the experiences of civilian survivors. Judges called “The Uncounted” “accountability journalism at its best,” “impeccably researched,” “extensively sourced,” and “deeply moving.” Originally published in The New York Times Magazine in November, 2017.
This year's Dart Awards went to The Marshall Project for "We Are Witnesses" and to The Washington Post for its series on gun violence seen through the eyes of children. Honorable mentions went to The California Sunday Magazine and The New York Times Magazine.
The following six pieces were finalists: Harpers / The Investigative Fund, "Ghost Nation"; Houston Chronicle, "Alive Inside"; New York Times Magazine / Pulitzer Center for Crisis Reporting, "The Boys from Baga"; NPR News, "Our Hearts Are Dead"; Reveal with New Hampshire Public Radio, "Heroin Diaries"; and Star Tribune, "Left to Suffer"