This workshop provides an interactive, informal, and guided session around self-care and resilience.
In partnership with Dart Centre Europe.
Our Online Workshops are proudly supported by our partners PhotoWings with additional contribution by the Phillip and Edith Leonian Foundation.
This workshop provides an interactive, informal, and guided session around self-care and resilience. It incorporates breathing techniques and facilitates an intimate exchange where participants can discuss doubts and share experiences. The workshop is open to photojournalists applying to our one-to-one safety clinics. Apply here.
Juliana is an award-winning journalist, filmmaker, and interactive producer. She works as the senior reporter for Al Jazeera’s People & Power programme. Juliana passionately believes that supporting trauma-aware reporting results in better understanding and coverage of the news.
In 2010 she earned the prestigious Ochberg Fellowship, and a year later she received a scholarship for Harvard’s Global Trauma Program. In 2011 she joined the Dart Centre for Journalism and Trauma as a director on the European Board.
Prior to her work at Al Jazeera, Juliana was a reporter on Channel 4’s ground-breaking current affairs series Unreported World. Juliana’s speciality has always been how to get into difficult and closed places. Her work for Channel 4, BBC, WDR, NHK, and other international broadcasters has earned her and the team nominations for the One World Media and Amnesty International awards.
Gavin works for Dart Centre Europe, a project of the Graduate School of Journalism at Columbia University in New York City that is dedicated to promoting ethical and innovative approaches to the coverage of trauma and violence. The organization provides training and resources on the compassionate, professional, treatment of victims and survivors by journalists, narrative strategies for telling challenging stories, and how media organizations can safeguard the wellbeing of staff working on potentially traumatic assignments. Gavin works as a trauma awareness consultant for news organizations, NGOs, journalism schools, and documentary production houses across Europe.
Earlier in his career, Gavin produced news for U.S., British, and Japanese news channels, and documentary films for the BBC, and Channel 4. He was a lead producer on Hiroshima, a BBC documentary drama that won an International Emmy in 2006. Gavin is a board member of the European Society of Traumatic Stress and the U.K. Psychological Trauma Society.
The ACOS Alliance works to embed a culture of safety across newsrooms, and among freelance and local journalists worldwide. Their mission is to champion safe and responsible journalistic practices and implement practical and effective initiatives.
At Photoville Festival 2023, The ACOS Alliance will be returning with their signature one-on-one Safety Clinics, as well as a live, in person workshop providing visual journalists an introduction to safety as a pillar for professionalism, while providing the essential tools and knowledge needed to adhere to best practices. We’ll be opening up sign ups next week, so keep an eye open!