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By: Lenny Carpenter, Indigenous Reporters Program Manager I was a reporter with Wawatay News when I first heard of Journalists For Human Rights’ project aimed

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March 2016 will be remembered as the first time – ever – that Congolese media met as a national group. The team responsible? Freddy Mata, Munor Kabondo, Doudou Nziou and Papy Andonge of Journalists for Human Rights DRC. It is extraordinary to think that this this is the first time Congolese journalists have met as a national sector. Yet it becomes not so extraordinary when you sit down with the average journalist in the DRC, and hear what they have to contend with on a daily basis.

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“When you give, you are not investing in 50 journalists. You are investing in millions of innocent people in South Sudan,” David de Dau, JHR’s

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News

By Grant McDonald, Program Manager South Sudan A powerful aspect of Journalists for Human Rights is instilled within its own mandate; a pointed goal to

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By Hannah Clifford, Program Manager It was 5:30 in the morning and we had just hit submit. The application was finally in. JHR had been

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By: Lenny Carpenter, Indigenous Reporters Program Manager I was a reporter with Wawatay News when I first heard of Journalists For Human Rights’ project aimed

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Events

Join us on June 29, 2016 from 3:30 - 5pm at 333 Bay Street, Toronto, for the official Canadian launch of the Future of Entrepreneurial Journalism Lab! A partnership

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“When you give, you are not investing in 50 journalists. You are investing in millions of innocent people in South Sudan,” David de Dau, JHR’s program manager in South Sudan, said to 2015 Night for Rights attendees. Every single effort and decision made in that room, at the centre of a big city in a developed country, would give human rights an opportunity to root and thrive in a society thousands of miles away.

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My name is Hilary Doyle and I am a journalist and writer. In 2006, I travelled to Ghana for a six-month assignment with JHR. The

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