Resources on PTSD & Mental Health
- Handling Traumatic Imagery: Developing a Standard Operating Procedure
- Managing Stress & Trauma on Investigative Projects
- Covering Trauma: Impact on Journalists
- Working with Traumatic Imagery
- Reporters Exposed to Traumatic Events: Tips for Managers and Editors
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This three-part series exposes the hidden legacy of torture perpetrated by the United States at C.I.A. prisons and Guantanamo, and examines the long-term consequences on prisoners. Judges called it “incredibly important journalism,” and commended it for providing “a new angle on the urgent topic of torture.” Originally published by The New York Times in October and November, 2016.
This intensely personal documentary tells the story of a violent crime committed against reporter Samantha Broun’s mother, its far-reaching impact on her family and decades of reverberations on politics and the criminal justice system. Judges described “A Life Sentence” as a “deeply honest,” “brave” and personal story “elevated to great journalism.” Originally published by Transom.org in March, 2016.
- April 4, 2017 by Gavin Rees
A standard operating procedure (S.O.P.) is a device for building a systematic approach to a task. This guide goes through a series of structured steps for how to craft a personalised workflow for handling graphic content that depicts death, injury, and other violations.
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