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Resource ID: #1432
Subject: 50
Source: 3189Ellen Gabler, Lam Thuy Vo, Bernice Yeung, Jason Hancock
Affiliation: The New York Times; BuzzFeed News; Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting; The Kansas City Star
Date: 2018



For decades, sexual misconduct was a subject shrouded in secrecy, marred with stigma and often shrugged off as a personal matter. But the national discourse around sexual misconduct following the revelations of the Harvey Weinstein scandal has brought new attention to the subject.

As more women and men step forward to share their stories, how can reporters find responsible ways to report on sexual harassment, assault and misconduct? What are the best ways to verify claims and ensure that stories are fair? How can reporters contextualize sexual harassment in numerical ways when data is scarce or hidden behind NDA agreements and cabinets of HR departments?

From creating one's own datasets to triangulating people’s accounts, panelists will discuss approaches to uncover, enumerate and recount stories of sexual harassment and assault.

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