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Ryerson University Centre for Free Expression

Can Journalism Be Saved?

Can Journalism Be Saved?

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Over the past two decades, we have witnessed the economic devastation of institutional journalism that creates new content through original reporting and research.
CFE Virtual Forum Series: Has our fear of offending gone too far?

CFE Virtual Forum Series: Has our fear of offending gone too far?

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Canadian journalist Lydia Perović argues that “the quality and quantity of punishments for expressed opinions or aesthetic choices are different than just a handful of years ago” and asks if we are moving to a future in which hate speech…
The best of the worst in government secrecy
3 years ago

The best of the worst in government secrecy

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2018 Code of Silence winners announced.

Code of Silence Award Nominations Deadline

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TORONTO / July 18, 2018 — The Canadian Association of Journalists, the Centre for Free Expression, News Media Canada and the Canadian Journalists for Free Expression are inviting nominations for the Code of Silence Award for outstanding achievement in government…
Journalists should not be neutral, says Centre for Free Expression director
6 years ago

Journalists should not be neutral, says Centre for Free Expression director

By Robert Liwanag Neutrality in journalism limits the civil liberties of reporters and should be abandoned, said the director of Ryerson University’s Centre for Free Expression during a recent panel discussion. Citing CNN’s two-week suspension of global affairs correspondent Elise
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