December 5, 2014

Here’s a quick list of resources for reporting on rape. In May, Poynter’s Kelly McBride wrote “How journalists can provide fair coverage when reporting on rape charge in Cleveland case.”

Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma

Dart Center Tip Sheet: Reporting on Sexual Violence

Dart Center Tip Sheet: Reinvestigating Rape

Dart Center Tip Sheet: Covering Campus Rape and Sexual Assault

Poynter’s News University’s self-directed course, Reporting on Sexual Violence

National Sexual Violence Resource Center

Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office

Media Toolkit on Reporting on Rape and Sexual Violence, Chicago Taskforce on Violence Against Girls & Young Women

National Alliance to End Sexual Violence, resources for reporters

National Center for Victims of Crime

Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network

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Kristen Hare teaches local journalists the critical skills they need to serve and cover their communities as Poynter's local news faculty member. Before joining faculty…
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