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Traumatische Situationen und Journalisten

Erstellt am 01.02.2010 von Andreas Hermann Landl
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Einige interessante Veranstaltungungen des Dart Centers in New York.

Forum: The Secret Life of War Reporters The Real-Life Dramas Behind Time Stands Still
Time Stands Still, the acclaimed new Broadway play by Pulitzer-winning dramatist Donald Margulies, recounts how a war correspondent and a combat photographer face life together at home after a catastrophic assignment. At 5:30 p.m. at Columbia University in New York City on Monday Feb. 8, 2010, Margulies will discuss how war reporters reckon with news ethics, violence and the effect of combat on their domestic lives with award-winning journalists — and married couple — Emma Daly and Santiago Lyon.

Donald Margulies, Pulitzer-Prize winning playwright and creator of Time Stands Still
Santiago Lyon, director of photography at the Associated Press
Emma Daly, communications director at Human Rights Watch; former correspondent for the Independent and The New York Times
Bruce Shapiro, executive director of the Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma (moderator)

Columbia University, Graduate School of Journalism
World Room, 3rd Floor
116th Street and Broadway
New York, NY

RSVP for this free public forum to Kate Black, associate director of programs for the Dart Center.

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Briefing: Helping Staff Cope with Haiti Coverage
We’ve all seen the incredible images and read the heartbreaking stories filed by journalists covering the recent catastrophe in Haiti. How do those reporters and news photographers internalize and process the human suffering they’ve witnessed while doing their job? How can their home bureaus best support them when they return?

At 9 a.m. on Feb. 2, 2010, Dart Center Executive Director Bruce Shapiro will give a briefing for news managers about helping newsrooms stay resilient at the National Press Club in Washington D.C.

Bloomberg Training Center
National Press Club
529 14th St. NW
Washington D.C.

Space is limited and reservations are required. RSVP to Julia Schoo at (202) 662-7523 or

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Online: Storytelling Videos, Haiti; Pakistan; Black Saturday; Veterans
In three short videos, winners and judges of the 2009 Dart Awards for Excellence in Coverage of Trauma break down the process and thinking behind their exemplary stories.

In the wake of Haiti’s devastating earthquake, Dart Center Associate Director for Operations Joan Connell points out reporting resources; Dart Center Executive Director Bruce Shapiro gives guidance for news managers; and 2009 Ochberg Fellow Huáscar Robles Carrasquillo grapples with emotional distress as he travels with experienced photojournalist Marco di Lauro.

Dart Centre Australasia Managing Director Cait McMahon gathers reporting resources for the upcoming anniversary of the Black Saturday bushfires.

Shaheen Buneri writes a dispatch from Pakistan about the stress and insecurity felt by journalists covering the increasing violence there.

And on the Dart Blog: From our joint workshop with the Carter Center and Columbia Journalism School’s Continuing Education program, „When Veterans Come Home: A Workshop for Working Journalists,“ mental health and policy experts, veterans and journalists challenge the conventional wisdom about combat trauma and PTSD.

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