In detailing the United State's secret torture campaign, the Open Society Justice Initiative has released the most comprehensive account of CIA-related human rights abuses to date.
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Ochberg Fellow Gina Barton, Dart Adviser Roy Gutman and Dart contributors Sarah Stillman and Hannah Allam were honored with George Polk Awards yesterday for achievement in journalism
Ochberg fellow Aaron Glantz highlights the failures of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to provide disability benefits to veterans.
A documentary project follows the homicide epidemic in Chicago, where last year, 243 people under the age of 25 were killed. The city now leads the nation in homicides.
The Dart Centre Asia Pacific Fellowships offer seasoned journalists and their editors in the Asia-Pacific region a special opportunity to improve coverage of tragic events.
In reporting on trauma, terminology can be a sensitive and important topic. In light of the decision by the U.S. military to lift its ban on women in combat, Helen Benedict explores the issue as it relates to sexual assault in the military.
Following last month’s tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School, WSHU Public Radio News Director Naomi Starobin shares lessons learned from her newsroom in Fairfield County, Connecticut.
Dangerous bushfires raged across Australia as stunning images of the events were captured by survivors—and an astronaut. See the Dart Center's tips on ethical reporting of bushfire survivors, treatment of affected communities and self-care when reporting on such disasters.