Recap: CJFE's A Night to Honour Courageous Reporting


Join us at 7 p.m. EST when CJFE's Laura Tribe will be liveblogging the organization's annual gala: A Night to Honour Courageous Reporting. 

Mae Azango of Liberia, Rami Jarrah of Syria, Canadian media lawyer Dan Henry, and EnquêteRadio-Canada's investigative television program will all be receiving awards for their reporting and commitment to free expression. For more information, see Grant Buckler's article on the CJFE award-winners.

And for more information on the CJFE and what it does to support free expression, check out its list of 10 reasons to support the organization.

You can follow along with the discussion here or on Twitter using the #cjfegala hashtag.

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