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In a case being closely watched by the Australian media, an award-winning photojournalist is suing The Age newspaper in Melbourne, claiming the paper failed to provide a safe workplace and breaching its responsibility to care for her mental health.
On November 23, 2009, thirty-two journalists and media workers were murdered in the town of Ampatuan in the Philippines in what the Committee to Protect Journalists calls "the single deadliest event for the press since 1992—when CPJ began keeping detailed records."
2012 Ochberg Fellow Alia Malek has spent much of the last year living at great risk in Damascus, Syria. She will discuss her experiences at the New York Public Library tonight at 6:30 pm.
At the Dart Center we were fortunate to be spared the worst of Sandy. Columbia University never lost power, and storm damage in Morningside Heights was minimal. But many of our neighbors in the region remain in crisis. For anyone who wants to help, Columbia has assembled a continually-updated list of organizations providing aid.
During the siege of Misrata in April 2011, a mortar shell landed on Tripoli Street, killing journalists Chris Hondros and Tim Hetherington.
“This is the first time I’ve ever done an entire program on one single topic like this,” said Radio New Zealand’s Colin Peacock.
In the wake of the shooting of teen activist Malala Yousufzai, a filmmaker who portraited her writes of his attachment and obligation to his subject.
For reporters covering the horrifying shooting spree at an Aurora, Colorado screening of The Dark Knight Rises, the Dart Center has an array of tipsheets and other resources.