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Journalists for Human Rights

Solutions Journalism and Human Rights Reporting Webinar

Solutions Journalism and Human Rights Reporting Webinar

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This free 60 minute introductory webinar is open to all practicing journalists.
Photojournalism and Solutions Approaches

Photojournalism and Solutions Approaches

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Solutions journalism is rigorous, evidence-based reporting on responses to social problems. But what does this mean for visual journalists?
Applications open for the 2022-2023 William Southam Journalism Fellowships 
4 months ago

Applications open for the 2022-2023 William Southam Journalism Fellowships 

Professional development opportunity for mid-career journalists open for entries until Feb. 28
Indigenous Youth and the Media

Indigenous Youth and the Media

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This panel will discuss how to cover stories about and involving First Nations, Métis, and Inuit youth
Solutions Journalism and Human Rights Reporting Webinar

Solutions Journalism and Human Rights Reporting Webinar

By  • 
This free 60 minute introductory webinar is open to all practicing journalists
Recent arrests of journalists covering land disputes accelerate concerns around police attempts to define, obstruct journalism
2 years ago

Recent arrests of journalists covering land disputes accelerate concerns around police attempts to define, obstruct journalism

By  •  News, Law, Field Notes
Journalists must be present to bear witness to police actions, especially at Indigenous movements, say panelists
Diversity & Solidarity in Media

Diversity & Solidarity in Media

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A conversation on what meaningful diversity in Canadian media looks like and the solidarity movement that’s leading the way.
Introduction to Fact Checking for Journalists

Introduction to Fact Checking for Journalists

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Journalists for Human Rights' (JHR) Indigenous Reporters Program has partnered with The Walrus and past emerging Indigenous reporter intern Oscar Baker III to host a online webinar to provide an introduction to fact checking for emerging Indigenous reporters on June 23, 2020 at 4 pm EDT.
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