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Monday, November 24 • 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Coping with Trauma and Threat

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This panel will give practical tips on natural-disaster reporting (Typhoon Haiyan/Rowena Paraan); human-made tragedy (South Korean ferry disaster; rape/Chong-Ae Lee); and violence (southern Thailand conflict reporting/Achara Ashayagachat). The tips will focus on ethical interviewing and reporting techniques of victims and survivors of tragedy, as well as self-care and resilience techniques for reporters covering such topics. This panel will be based on best-practice trauma reporting principles from the Dart Centre for Journalism and Trauma

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Cait McMahon

Managing Director, Dart Centre Asia Pacific
Cait McMahon has been Managing Director of the Dart Centre Asia Pacific www.dartcentre.org/asia-pacific  since 2004.  McMahon is a psychologist, and began working with the media in 1987.  Cait is responsible for creating and facilitating training programmes across the Asia Pacific region to promote ethical and thorough reporting of violence and disaster, as well as psychological safety and resilience for media... Read More →

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Achara Ashayagachat

Senior Reporter, Bangkok Post
Achara Ashayachat has over 20 years’ experience at the Bangkok Post, covering international relations, foreign policy and social, economic and political development issues within Asean and Asia. In 2010, Achara’s work spanned across a wide range of topics, including coverage of the Bangkok riots, the Viktor Bout extradition case and ASEAN economic integration. Achara is a Dart Asia Pacific 2011 Fellow.
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Chong-ae Lee

Deputy Editor, Seoul Broadcasting System
Chong-ae Lee has been a reporter for the Seoul Broadcasting System (SBS) since 1995. She is known mostly as an investigative reporter for the news magazine program News Pursuit, where she worked from 1999 to 2003. She has won more than 18 awards, including Reporter of the Year award from the Journalist Association of Korea and the Korean Broadcasting Grand Prize (TV Report Field) from the Korean Broadcasting Association, both in 2003. She has... Read More →
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Rowena Paraan

Chairperson, ABS-CBN / National Union of Journalists of the Philippines
Rowena Paraan has been a journalist for more than 25 years. Formerly the Research Director of the Philippines Center for Investigative Journalism (PCIJ), she is the immediate past president of the National Union of Journalists of the Philippines where for 11 years she sat in its Executive Committee and ran the journalists’ safety program. This is a major issue in a country where 32 journalists were massacred in Ampatuan in Maguindanao... Read More →

Monday November 24, 2014 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Ballroom E

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