Almost a year after 32 media workers were massacred along with scores of others in Mindanao, Filipino journalists face the consequences of doing dangerous work in an environment of chronic stress. A recent training conducted by Dart Centre Australasia focused on peer support.
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Ten journalists from around the world have been awarded Dart Center Ochberg Fellowships.
Why is teaching about trauma important? Participants in the inaugural Dart Academic Fellowship program explain how the experience has changed their approach.
The Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma has announced the recipients of the inaugural 2010 Dart Center Academic Fellowships.
Journalism educators seeking to improve coverage of violent events are invited to apply by March 26 for the inaugural Dart Center Academic Fellowship program.
Dart Centre Australasia has announced the 13 recipients of the inaugural Dart Asia Fellowships for editors and senior news gatherers throughout Southeast Asia.
This year's Dart Center Ochberg Fellowships for mid-career journalists interested in improving coverage of violent events go to:
Solange Azevedo, Epoca
Peter Cave, Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Amy Dockser Marcus, The Wall Street Journal
Kari Lydersen, The Washington Post
John McCusker, The Times-Picayune
Maryn McKenna, independent journalist
Jina Moore, Christian Science Monitor
Ronke Phillips, ITV News
Huáscar Robles Carrasquillo, Metro San-Juan
Philip Zabriskie, independent journalist
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The Dart Society, a group of journalists who have won awards and fellowships from the Dart Center, is seeking nominations for The Mimi Award, bestowed annually on an exemplary editor.
Ochberg Fellows reflect on the opportunities provided by the Dart Center fellowships.