Covering Sensitive Populations: Kids

As members of the media, we should serve as a channel for children to speak for themselves, while at the same time respecting ethical principles and protecting their identities when appropriate. This post on working with children is part five of our Covering Sensitive Populations series, where we help dissect the intricacies of working with subjects that may be made vulnerable to media attention.

COVERING Sensitive Populations: People with Mental Disorders

We illustrate some best practices for journalists covering the widely underreported topic of mental health and illness. This post is part three of our Covering Sensitive Populations series, where we help dissect the intricacies of working with subjects that may be made vulnerable to media attention.

Covering Sensitive Populations: Working with Undocumented Immigrants

This post on working with undocumented immigrants is part one of our Covering Sensitive Populations series, where we help dissect the intricacies of working with subjects that may be made vulnerable to media attention.

“Nothing is ever what it seems”

Photographer Alicia Vera shot a photo story about Eden, a young woman working as a prostitute in San Francisco. She spoke with CV about access and building trust with sensitive subjects.