The International Reporting Bureau at Humber College reviews travel advisories for journalists working abroad.
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Marc Ellison is concerned about the shrinking foreign footprint of western media but is prepared to find new ways of reporting through the use of graphic novels.
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On Oct. 1, JHR honoured journalists from around the globe who are working for human rights in their communities.
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Mohamed Fahmy’s legal saga drawn out further as Egyptian court postpones a much-anticipated verdict in widely denounced trial.
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This 2012 Walrus feature turns the seemingly innocuous act of tipping into an examination of the larger ethical transactions made when a Canadian tours Cuba.
Continue Reading Contemplating tourist ethics in Chris Turner’s “On Tipping in Cuba”
A Cairo court is expected to deliver a verdict Thursday for the Canadian journalist being tried on widely denounced terror charges.
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New book paints a picture of how the world’s largest broadcast news organization has attempted to adapt to new editorial realities ushered in by social media.
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While reporting in Africa, award-winning journalist Chika Oduah has faced her fair share of influence from Western media outlets.
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Moses Mabonga breaks down the difficulties of being a fixer for foreign reporters in Uganda.
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Yusur Al Bahrani considers the risks of using social media when reporting on terrorism-related stories.
Continue Reading Are Canadian journalists missing the real story when reporting on ISIS?