Resources on War & Civil Conflict
- We Call On G7 Countries To Evacuate Journalists in Afghanistan
- The Dart Center Style Guide for Trauma-Informed Journalism
- Psychological Safety Tips for Journalists Reporting in Myanmar
- Staying Physically Safe While Reporting in Myanmar
- 2021 Inauguration Resources
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- August 23, 2021Ahead of the G7 summit on the situation in Afghanistan, the Dart Center has joined hundreds of organizations in calling on G7 countries to make a clear and explicit commitment to taking journalists and media workers as an urgent and immediate priority, ensure their protection and evacuate them and their families.We ask that G7 members:
- June 22, 2021 by Isobel Thompson
This style guide is designed as a quick, authoritative reference for reporters, editors and producers working on tight deadlines. It includes brief evidence-informed guidance on news choices, language usage and ethics in reporting on the impact of trauma on individuals, families and communities; recommendations for appropriate use of relevant psychological and scientific terminology; and special considerations when reporting on consequential trauma-laden issues such as racism and sexual violence.
- March 22, 2021
Your mental wellbeing is going to be important when you are faced with reporting a tense, politically charged story for an extended time duration. Prepare yourself for the long haul and a situation whose great intensity is unlikely to subside anytime soon.
- March 22, 2021
You are reporting on an important story with wide ranging personal and national impacts. It is important you understand and prepare for what are likely to be testing circumstances. Do not underestimate these multi-faceted challenges.
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