Uncovered is a resource developed by journalists, for journalists, to improve their understanding of the complexities of violence against women and their role in changing attitudes around the issue. The website will constructively critique mainstream media reporting on violence against women – giving journalists a better understanding of what’s right, what’s wrong and what’s missing in coverage.
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List of mobile apps available from the U.S. Department of Veteran's Affairs for managing and understanding PTSD.
Information from the National Institute of Mental Health on Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.
The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe has released an online compilation of research on and potential solutions to online abuse involving female journalists. The publication features essays from reporters, scholars and free speech advocates. The Dart Center contributed a chapter on evidence-based approaches to prevention and intervention, including methods for exploring motives, understanding terminology and reducing stigma.
Webpage from the National Network to End Domestic Violence website with links and information on domestic violence.
This story is one in an occasional series about Race, Ethnicity and Journalism Ethics from the Center for Journalism Ethics.