Moses Mabonga breaks down the difficulties of being a fixer for foreign reporters in Uganda.
Continue Reading Debriefs: Moses Mabonga on fixing in Uganda
Yusur Al Bahrani considers the risks of using social media when reporting on terrorism-related stories.
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Adrianna Zhang brings you a closer look at some of the international stories the Canadian media has covered this week.
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Using apocalyptic symbolism and mirrored faiths as narrative structure, this 2004 Harper’s essay is a damning critique of the Bush administration’s attempt to re-shape Iraq.
Continue Reading Naomi Klein chronicles Iraqi reconstruction in “Baghdad Year Zero”
Adrianna Zhang brings you a look at some of the international stories the Canadian media covered the week of April 13.
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Marielle Torrefranca brings you a look at some of the stories from Canadian media covered around the world this week
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A look some of the stories Canadian media covered the week of March 23 to March 27.
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The story of the precarious human security in Mexico remains under-reported in the Canadian media.
Continue Reading The dark side of Mexico’s drug war: A lack of reporting on the crisis
This 2007 piece from explore uses one symbol—a endangered blue frog—to tell the story of a jungle ecosystem and Aboriginal culture at a crossroads between the past and an uncertain future.
Continue Reading Adventure, conservation and the future of Suriname culture in “Somewhere up a Jungle River”
Marielle Torrefranca of the International Reporting Bureau at Humber College brings you this week’s wrap-up of Canadian coverage of world stories.
Continue Reading Around the World Weekly: March 15 to 20