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National Sexual Violence Resource Center teams up with Poynter Institute's News University to create a free, online course for journalists, educators and the public on how to report on sexual violence!

27 Feb 2013 2:04 PM | Adrienne Hoffman-Lewis (Administrator)
Press Release: The National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC) announced today it has teamed up with the Poynter Institute’s News University to create a free, online course for journalists, educators and the public on how to report on sexual violence. The course will help journalists go beyond conventional reporting to help audiences learn more about the reality of sexual violence, and will help them cover the topic with context, accuracy and sensitivity.

The free course, Reporting on Sexual Violence, will teach journalists how to report on sexual violence in a factual, trustworthy manner; how to generate story ideas that go beyond crime reports; and how to help audiences understand the impact of sexual violence and engage them in prevention efforts.

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