The Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma is holding a four-day reporting institute for reporters and editors worldwide who wish to deepen their knowledge of early childhood development and increase their capacity to report ethically and effectively on the youngest children and their caregivers.
Resources on PTSD & Mental Health
- Q&A with Palestinian Journalist Shatha Hanaysha
- Call for Applications – Early Childhood Reporting Institute
- (NEW DATE) Book Event: “Some People Need Killing: A Memoir of Murder in My Country”
- ScienceWriters 2023: Practicing Trauma-Informed Science Writing
- Book Event: Resilience, with Dr Dennis Charney and Dr Jonathan DePierro
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- Trauma-Informed Interviewing: Techniques from a Clinician’s Toolkit
- Let's Talk: Personal Boundaries, Safety & Women in Journalism
- Scar Tissue: 1 Crime. 2 Writers. 18 Years.
- Veterans' Families: The Social Impact of PTSD
- War's Ripple Effects: Research Priorities
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- Toolkits: Self-Care and Building Resiliency
- Staring down internet trolls: My disturbing cat and mouse game
- A Veteran's Story
- U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs - National Center for PTSD
- U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs National Center for Veterans Analysis and Statistics
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- September 20, 2023
- 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.
- October 10, 2022
On October 7, ten people were killed in an explosion at a petrol station in Donegal, Ireland.
The Dart Center has gathered a selection of resources to support journalists as they cover the tragedy and its aftermath.
Interviewing and Reporting
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