Online abuse and harassment come in many forms, from borderline incivility all the way up to systematic attacks that are engineered to inflict real psychological harm. This guide offers some thoughts on managing their potential impact.
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The Dart Center has announced the recipients of its Early Childhood Global Reporting fellowship. The fellows will work on stories across the world that address inequality, migration, and Covid-19. Learn more about the 15 fellows and their projects below.
A panel discussion at International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies’ annual meeting offered an innovative model for interviewing survivors of sexual assault: keep a therapist in the room.
In addition to the traditional Dart Awards for Excellence in Coverage of Trauma, this year we will be giving a special Dart Award for Outstanding Coverage of the Covid-19 Crisis in recognition of the exceptional challenges posed by the pandemic across the journalism community. The deadline for submissions -- January 27, 2021 at 5:00 pm EST -- has passed.
We have compiled these resources to help prepare journalists and news organizations for Election Day and the period that follows.
On Wednesday, September 30, the Dart Center hosted a conversation with Guardian columnist, essayist, historian and feminist activist Rebecca Solnit, where she explored how journalists and news consumers can rethink what questions to ask and how to reimagine a sense of the possible in this moment of pervasive crisis.
Leading Resilience: A Guide for Editors and News Managers on Working with Freelancers Exposed to Trauma
A collaboration between ACOS Alliance and Dart Centre Asia Pacific, this guide is designed to help editors and managers understand and support their teams. It is divided into five sections covering both general information and specific suggestions and tips for working with freelancers.
Which journalists should be studied? Under what conditions? Which research questions are well-settled, and what demands further study?
Dr. Anna Feigenbaum, author of the book Tear Gas: From the Battlefields of World War I to the Streets of Today, shares a riot control primer for journalists covering protests across the United States.