How to help protect journalists from online abuse

    February 16, 2022 @ 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm

    As leaders and managers, how can we help protect journalists from online abuse? It’s a daunting responsibility, but with knowledge and tools to guide us, we can increase digital safety in the workplace for everyone.

    Ela Stapley is a digital safety advisor with the International Women’s Media Foundation working internationally to support journalists with their digital security needs. She also leads digital safety on the emergencies team at the Committee to Protect Journalists. Naomi Ishisaka is the AME for Diversity, Inclusion and Staff Development for The Seattle Times. She is also the Social Justice columnist where she focuses on racial equity and social justice.

    Kalish faculty member Danny Gawlowski, AME for The Seattle Times, will moderate the discussion. Kalish director Sue Morrow will introduce the session.

    The Kalish Workshop is an inspirational and intense five-day experience led by award-winning faculty and staff members who focus on the editing and decision-making aspects of visual storytelling. It is designed to benefit anyone who touches photography and video with a narrative storyline across platforms. This hands-on, collaborative learning environment inspires through daily in-depth discussions and exercises focused on best practices for production and publication of successful still, multimedia, and interactive stories.

    The Kalish is a division of the National Press Photographers Foundation Inc., a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization charged with advancing press photography through education and the awarding of fellowships and scholarships.