Fellow Jina Moore on meaningful consent in trauma journalism

Fellow Jina Moore writes about what journalists should consider meaningful consent in situations of trauma journalism. She elaborates on five basic principles:

  1. Meaningful consent from the survivor
  2. Meaningful consent is given for specific use
  3. Meaningful consent is given at appropriate times
  4. Meaningful consent repeats itself
  5. Trauma journalism has different standards

Read the full post here. For more news and updates on her work, check out her website or follow her on Twitter.

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