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Dart Centre Europe is hiring!

The Dart Centre for Journalism and Trauma Europe (DCE) is looking for a Project Manager to join our team for three days a week.

Робота з травматичними зображеннями та відео: розробка стандартної робочої процедури

Технік працює у кімнаті отримання даних, куди стікається відео-потік телевізійних ефірів з усього світу, під час заходу з нагоди відкриття нової редакції телевізійних мереж Univision та Fusion у Доралі, Флорида, 28 серпня 2013 року.

Поради з інтерв’ювання жертв трагедій, свідків та потерпілих

Немає єдиного безпомилкового методу проводити інтерв’ю з людьми, які пережили травматичні події: насильство, злочини, катастрофи чи нещасні випадки. Кожен випадок унікальний і піднімає власні етичні проблеми та дилеми.

May 22, 2022

Mental health for journalists - staying sane on challenging assignments

Belgium - Europe
11.15 a.m. - 12.30 p.m. CEST
Investigative journalists work under great stress. Deadlines, intimidation, and precarious employment all add to the pressures. And sometimes it is the impact from the content itself - traumatic imagery or distressing testimony, for example - which poses the greatest risks to journalist's health and their ability to get the work done.And so how do we take care of ourselves and the team in order to avoid overload, burnout, and other potentially negative impacts of trauma exposure? In cooperation with the Dart Center, we share some tips and experiences.  

Dart Center Names 2022 Ochberg Fellows

The Dart Center has announced the recipients of the 2022 Ochberg Fellowship, a program that deepens journalists' reporting of violence, conflict and tragedy. This year’s Fellows include outstanding senior and mid-career journalists in all media, representing six continents.

Disease, Inequity and Resilience in South L.A.

The judging panel commended the reporting team for shining a light on “compounding tragedies and unfairnesses,” and putting together a “riveting package” of “love and loss in the face of adversity.” They praised Joe Mozingo for the “depth” of his reporting, and for “refusing to describe his subjects as ‘victims,’” instead portraying them “as warriors who are fighting hard battles, whether it's against the ravages of COVID-19 or structural racism.” They hailed the “compassion, care and visual power” of Francine Orr’s photography, saying it’s “clear how hard the reporting duo worked to gain the trust of the hospitals and their sources,” depicting “heroes of stories that are about survival.” Originally published by The Los Angeles Times between February and December, 2021.

They Were Sons

Judges praised "They Were Sons" for painting “a full picture of the men who died and what it means to lose them,” and for showing the reader the “human shaped holes in the lives of their mothers.” They called the “powerful, first-person storytelling” “unfiltered and unvarnished,” and praised its ability to “capture pride and pain at the same time,” providing a “sense of all that lingers for families after the headlines and social media outrage passes.” They applauded Rita Omokha's “self-effacement and courage,” calling her work “a profound exercise of journalistic responsibility” and “an act of refusal of the easy reporting path.” Originally published by Vanity Fair on May 6, 2021.