"In this moment of global crisis, the 2020 Dart Award finalists exemplify the unique power of journalism to illuminate the impact of traumatic events," said Dart Center Executive Director Bruce Shapiro. "All of this year’s finalists — ranging from a small-city paper in Montana to the largest international news organizations — chronicle the most difficult human experiences with exceptional depth and integrity."
The Sri Lanka situation in many ways represents what is being experienced across the globe – journalists are not equipped deal with online threats, harassment or direct attacks. Very few recognise the emotional toll and impact on their lives.
Designed for researchers familiar with basic psychometrics, this document aims to explain how to evaluate and use the Journalism Occupational Behavioral Checklist (JOB-CL) in research studies.
Elie Choueifaty, a Journalism and Law student at the University of Technology, Sydney, has been awarded the Dart Centre for Journalism and Trauma Asia Pacific prize at the annual Ossie Awards, showcasing Australia's best student journalism
The Jacobs Foundation is seeking journalists, entertainers, policy-makers, researchers and social entrepreneurs to take part in its second annual fellowship on child development.