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    February 10, 2021 @ 9:00 pm - 10:00 pm

    Do your job, do it well, do no harm. Impactful journalism can often mean that so many journalists could find themselves working closely with victims, survivors and vulnerable sources.

    In this session, faculty member Mark Egan will be joined by Jo Healey to discuss how best to cover people’s sensitive stories. She says: “These are the stories where we aren’t there to hold people to account but to hear their accounts, and to hear them in the best way for them, for us and for our output. We need to know how to become trauma-informed journalists.”

    Jo is a senior journalist and author of Trauma Reporting, A Journalist’s Guide to Covering Sensitive Stories. She developed the BBC’s in-house Trauma Reporting training and is an Associate Trainer with The Dart Centre for Journalism and Trauma. She trains journalists around the world.

    Key principles of trauma reporting
    Trauma awareness
    Skills in good practice to empower and build confidence
    Insight from interviewees sharing what helped and what harmed when working with journalists
    Shared experiences and expertise
    Self-care and resilience when reporting trauma
    Editorial: Getting the best out of your vulnerable interviewees, sensitive interview techniques, establishing professional relationships
    Innovation: Becoming trauma-informed journalists to benefit you, your interviewees, your output and your audience
    Storytelling: Delivering impactful journalism when reporting emotional stories, including Covid

    To receive an invitation to this online session, please email Nathalie Labourdette at