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“Unmute Yourself” – Student Press Freedom Day


A national day of action when student journalists in the United States raise awareness of the challenges they face, celebrate their contributions to their schools and communities, and take actions to protect and restore their First Amendment freedoms.


NLGJA: The Association of LGBTQ Journalists 2022 Student Conference


Join NLGJA: The Association of LGBTQ Journalists for our second annual Student Conference from February 25-26, 2022. More than 100 LGBTQ students will come together for networking sessions, informational breakouts, and an Internship & Career Fair with top recruiters.


CBC Six Nations Journalism Workshop Series

Gathering Place at the Grand 2593 Chiefswood Rd, Ohsweken, Ontario, Canada

Community members are invited to come together for a day of journalism workshops to discuss what it means to be a storyteller, the range of roles available for Indigenous journalists in TV, radio and digital media, and how to tell your own story and work with an editor or producer to do so.

Magazine Association of BC Event: The Magazine Editors Summit


Editors from publications across Canada will come together to talk about organizational change and growth, the importance of cultural intelligence, being a magazine editor during the pandemic, and other editorial-related topics.

$16 – $27

Photojournalism and Solutions Approaches


Solutions journalism is rigorous, evidence-based reporting on responses to social problems. But what does this mean for visual journalists?


Decolonization strategies in film and journalism


“Documenting Indigenous Clean Energy Initiatives Through Mobile Journalism: Employing Conciliatory Innovative Practices" is a research-creation project centred in the Department of Journalism at Concordia University.


Trauma-informed reporting workshop

Zoom Video Webinar

Guest speakers Arvin Joaquin from OMNI News: Filipino Edition and Shalu Mehta from The Discourse will discuss what trauma is, how to cope as a journalist, and how to work with sources and trauma.


Atkinson Lecture 2022: “No, I’m not a restaurant critic” and other notes on food reporting

Ryerson School of Journalism 80 Gould Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Toronto Star food reporter Karon Liu talks about his unconventional path towards being a professional food writer and what it means to cover food in a post-celebrity chef era in an incredibly diverse city like Toronto (and why he thinks it's one of the best places for food in the world).


Disinformation on social media during the COVID-19 pandemic


A panel discussion presented by the Faculty of Information & Media Studies and open to everyone. This panel will discuss many of the challenges confronted by journalists today with identifying and combatting disinformation. The panel brings together academic experts in the field of journalism and communication with professional journalists working on the ground. The panel…