First of all, I wanted to send my thoughts, prayers and condolences to all those affected by the tragic events in Itaewon. Please know that there are people like me around the world thinking of you and with you now in your time of deep sorrow.
Resources on Aftermath & Anniversaries
- A letter to the Korean People from a survivor of the Hillsborough Disaster
- Reporting a traumatic community event - resources for media workers
- 2022 Dart Awards: Reporting Tips from our Honorees
- Reporting Advice from Chris Benderev: 2022 Dart Award Honoree
- Reflections on Covering Afghanistan
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- Tip Sheet Collection: Victims and Dealing with the Past
- Rewriting History: Anniversary Stories, Shared Memory and Minority Voices
- Rewriting History: Anniversary Stories, Shared Memory & Minority Voices
- Anniversary Reactions to the September 11th Attacks
- Covering the 9/11 Anniversary
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- January 4, 2023 by Anne Eyre
Reporting a community tragedy can impact media workers, their managers, and their loved ones acutely. Those impacts can be potentially immediate, delayed or long-term. As each of these media workers – and their managers – digest the ramifications, personal and professional, of this tragedy, the Dart Centre Asia Pacific is offering some tips and resources that may help them report ethically and safely.
- December 8, 2022 by Chris Benderev, Claire Landsbaum, Zahara Gómez Lucini, Joe Mozingo, Ed Ou, Joe Sexton
On December 1st, the 2022 Dart Awards honorees participated in a roundtable discussion about their craft, and approach to reporting complex stories.
- November 24, 2022 by Chris Benderev
Reporting Advice from NPR's Chris Benderev
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