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Covering conflict in disaster affected communites: a humanitarian reporting field guide for journalists
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2018
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ca. 50 p.
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The conflict-sensitive journalism teaching guide: philosophy and practice
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2018
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Davao City, Mindanao et al.
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65 p.
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"This teaching guide aims to assist those who intend to learn conflict-sensitive journalism (CSJ) and those who want to instruct others in the principles, techniques, and strategies of the craft. It is not a course but a collection of lessons to be integrated in existing curricula for communication and journalism. It is a toolkit more than a textbook. Each chapter contains several lessons, with activities of varying difficulty levels that focus on different aspects of CSJ. There is no order to be strictly followed, but this guide is structured towards a particular logic that flows from principles to practice." (p.10)
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Guidebook: conflict sensitive journalism for Yemeni journalists
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2017
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Taiz, Republic of Yemen
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140 p.
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also published in Arabic
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"This book, the first of its kind ever in Yemen, serves as a guide for Yemeni media professionals as well as a highly significant document that will go a long way in boosting their reporting skills in such a way that meets the standards of conflict sensitive journalism. It is also a compendium on a number of workshops SEMC had conducted across Yemeni governorates over the past couple of years." (introduction, p.8)
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More than words: apologies as a form of reparation
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2015
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New York
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20 p.
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"This report explores many of the issues and challenges likely to be faced by those considering a public apology as a form of reparation for victims of serious human rights violations. It finds that the best apologies clearly acknowledge responsibility for violations, recognize the continuing pain of survivors and victims′ families, and are linked with efforts to compensate and assist victims materially and through other justice measures. It draws on dozens of examples of official apologies offered in connection with human rights violations and war crimes, particularly in Africa, Asia, and Latin America." (website ICTJ)
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ICTs for monitoring and evaluation of peacebuilding programmes
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2014
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43 p.
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"The paper focuses on exploring the application of the following ICTs: mobile technology, social media, big data, the digitization of surveys, and tools to better visualize data. Each section outlines a series of resources and some advantages and drawbacks to utilizing the new technology for M&E purposes. When appropriate, examples and case studies have been included." (document summary)
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Reporting atrocities: a toolbox for journalists covering violent conflict and atrocities
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2014
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61 p.
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bibliogr. p.59-60
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Some assumptions underpinning this toolbox -- Understanding conflict, its dynamics, and the impact of competition and collaboration on peace and stability -- Violence: the destructive side of conflict -- Extreme violence and atrocities -- The role of reporters in mitigating and transforming conflict -- Practical strategies for covering violent conflicts and atrocities -- Taking care of ourselves -- Some suggestions for editors.
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Pour un journalisme sensible aux conflits. Édition spéciale République Centafricaine
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2014
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33 p.
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Pistas para narrar la paz: periodismo en el posconflicto
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2014
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Bogotá
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142 p.
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De cómo desplazar la mirada acostumbrada al horror -- Los retos de los medios de comunicación en el posconflicto -- Volver al reportaje, la ruta de la verdad -- Periodismo de datos: un método para construir nuevas historias -- Escenarios de guerra, laboratorios de paz -- Palabras claves para narrar la paz.
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Drama for conflict transformation toolkit: youth theater for peace
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[2014]
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Washington, DC
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73 p.
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"This toolkit is designed to introduce young people to an innovative theater methodology that creatively examines and transforms conflict. After working through the exercises in this manual, youth will be equipped to lead community dialogue as agents of positive change. The facilitation guide and theater curriculum that follow were created for the USAID-funded Youth Theater for Peace (YTP) project. Since its launch in 2010, YTP has promoted sustainable conflict prevention at the community level through theater. YTP trained 284 youth and adults in conflict mitigation through the use of interactive theater in four conflict-affected regions of Kyrgyzstan. The result was the creation of 33 schoolbased drama clubs, which reached more than 50,000 audience members. Youth in the YTP program engage with each other and their communities through theater activities based on Drama for Conflict Transformation (DCT), a participatory theater methodology in which youth develop short plays based on conflict issues and present them to their communities in interactive performances." (introduction)
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Use with care: a reporter's glossary of loaded language in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
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2013
place:
Vienna
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59 p.
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"This is a guide of sorts, presenting a collection of terms used on both sides, which in some contexts may be regarded as loaded or biased, or whose meaning is often misunderstood, or which can be misleading. These are words the use of which is liable to give away the reporter′s communal identity or sympathies. There are words that can cause some audiences to simply shut down and stop listening. Our goal is to expose potential linguistic pitfalls, so that those covering the conflict are aware of how their words might be received. The handbook tries to present reasonable alternatives to the loaded terms and is meant to serve as a tool for journalists trying to find their way in the typically complicated terminology of the conflict. It was written not only for the sake of Israeli and Palestinian journalists but also for foreign reporters, with the intention of honing and increasing their awareness of problematic terminology that they might employ, or that they might find in use by actors on both sides of the conflict." (editor's note)
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