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”
A Cairo court is expected to deliver a verdict Thursday for the Canadian journalist being tried on widely denounced terror charges.
Continue Reading Mohamed Fahmy braces for verdict in Egypt
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.
Continue Reading “Social Media at BBC News” takes on crisis reporting in a connected world
While reporting in Africa, award-winning journalist Chika Oduah has faced her fair share of influence from Western media outlets.
Continue Reading Chika Oduah on local journalists reporting the real Africa
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.
Continue Reading Are Canadian journalists missing the real story when reporting on ISIS?
Adrianna Zhang brings you a closer look at some of the international stories the Canadian media has covered this week.
Continue Reading Around the world weekly: April 27 to May 1
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”