Dart Centre Asia Pacific (DCAP) is delighted to announce several programs supported by Google News Initiative Asia (GNI) for 2021-2022.
The Dart Awards for Excellence in Coverage of Trauma honor innovative, ethical and effective reporting of violence, trauma and tragedy across all media platforms. Judges will make two awards, each carrying a cash prize. The submission deadline -- January 26, 2022 at 5:00 pm EST -- has passed.
Dozens of devastating tornadoes roared through five U.S. states over the weekend, leaving more than 90 people dead as of press time, in what President Joe Biden said was "one of the largest" storm outbreaks in history. We've identified some resources to help you cover the trauma of these disasters
Dart Centre Asia Pacific (DCAP) is pleased to announce that disaster and emergency response specialist, Dr. Erin Smith, has been appointed CEO. Smith will replace Managing Director Dr. Cait McMahon, OAM, who founded the organization in 2003.
How does childhood adversity shape adult lives? And how can we tell better stories about it?
Thousands of Afghan refugees are trying to rebuild their fractured lives. In the coming months, many journalists will be interviewing them as they attempt to settle in new countries.
Telling stories of people who were deeply traumatized is hard. Not only do you need to get your facts right but you also need to consider the pain your interviewee may be going through.
Online editor Camille Baker spoke with Akiba Solomon, a senior editor at The Marshall Project, about "The Language Project," the publication's series on accurate and responsible coverage of incarcerated people.