As an organisation concerned with the safety and well-being of media professionals, Dart Centre Australasia and its associates call upon the Australian Government to protect the civil rights of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange. More »
A report on Reuters.com sheds light on how stressful – and dangerous – the act of newsgathering has become. And what news organizations need to do about it. More »
Dec 15 2010 4:17 AM
As the Obama Administration weighs criminal prosecution of Wikileaks and its founder over release of a trove of diplomatic cables, members of the Columbia Journalism School faculty warn such action could endanger the work of all investigative journalists. More »
When a community is hit by a tragedy – natural disaster, accident or crime – local broadcasters are often the first on the scene. And they continue to bear witness long after bigger media groups have gone. More »
Dec 8 2010 4:50 PM
In an era of shrinking resources, who will subsidize investigative reporting? Alumni of Dart Centre Australasia's fellowship and training programs shared their thoughts at a recent media conference in Auckland. More »
Dart Centre Asia Pacific Managing Director
Cait McMahon PhD (Cand.) is a registered psychologist and fulltime managing director of Dart Centre Asia Pacific, with headquarters in Melbourne, Australia and activities throughout the Asia Pacific region.
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