The results are in from the only controlled study to date on the effects of trauma on journalists covering the conflict in Syria, which has claimed the lives of 63 reporters and media workers since 2011.
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In an aim to change the prevailing university culture of silence around student sexual assault and consequent bureaucratic inepititude at preventing it, a special White House task force issued a series of recommendations for universities and support mechanisms for victims.
Kenneth Dart has given a generous gift of $4 million to continue the Dart family's generous funding of the Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma.
A long time fighter for journalists’ safety and security in her native Philippines, Weng Paraan has been honoured as one of the world’s Information Heroes by Reporters Without Borders.
New Zealand's Law Commission recommends Parliament restrict the media's reporting on suicides in an effort to prevent copycat suicides.
Earlier this month, a series exploring suicide prevention efforts for teenagers, college students and elderly Americans aired on Arizona public radio. It was produce by participants of the Dart Center's 2012 "Covering Suicide" workshop.
Ochberg Fellow Mike Walter and his CCTV America team have won an award for their short documentary "Afterwar Photographer," which focuses on the work of Ochberg Fellow Lori Grinker.
The Fort Hood Army Base in Killeen, Texas suffered a tragic second mass shooting yesterday when a soldier killed three people and wounded 16 others before fatally turning a gun on himself. Read the Dart Center's resources on covering such tragedies.
The Dart Center hosted a delegation of broadcast journalists at Columbia Journalism School for a wide-ranging conversation on covering violence.