By H.G. Watson, Associate Editor
Marc Ellison was standing near a village in Tanzania’s Mara Hills, working on a story about a safe house for girls escaping from female genital… Continue Reading Turning news into a graphic novel
By Nicole Williams, IRB Reporter
Migrants fleeing Syria face an incredibly dangerous and chaotic journey. Most make the journey with very little reliable information about where to go,… Continue Reading Using news as humanitarian aid for refugees
Journalist Mohamed Fahmy speaks about the dangers of freelancers reporting overseas and the issues surrounding rights for citizens who are jailed abroad.
Continue Reading Fahmy on foreign reportage and citizenship rights
The International Reporting Bureau at Humber College reviews travel advisories for journalists working abroad.
Continue Reading Travel advisories for journalists
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.
Continue Reading Debriefs: Marc Ellison on digital storytelling and parachute journalism
On Oct. 1, JHR honoured journalists from around the globe who are working for human rights in their communities.
Continue Reading Journalists for Human Rights Night for Rights
Mohamed Fahmy’s legal saga drawn out further as Egyptian court postpones a much-anticipated verdict in widely denounced trial.
Continue Reading Cairo court postpones verdict for Canadian journalist Mohamed Fahmy
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”