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Theresa Ebden

  A big thank you to Theresa Ebden, chair of JHR’s Development and Advisory Council, for her work leading a crack team of JHR champions.

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Justin Morris Hosting a Radio Show

In Eabametoong First Nation, youth Justin Morris uses skills acquired through JHR trainer Leigh Nunan’s mentorship to get hired as a local community reporter. Leigh

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Juba Monitor rape case investigation April 2017

JHR-trained journalists Kidega Livingstone and Maura Ajak hold South Sudanese People’s Liberation Army soldiers accountable for rape as a weapon of war – and get

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Syria Program Header

TORONTO, March 9, 2017 /CNW/ - Journalists for Human Rights (JHR) is delighted to announce the launch of its newest program: a two-year pilot project

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Mustapha Dumbuya, JHR trainer South Sudan(l) and Emmanual Tombe, In-country Director South Sudan (r)   With the support of Global Affairs Canada (GAC), JHR trainers

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Dana Gibreel with her parents Dana Gibreel, a 28-year-old Jordanian journalist won the first place at JHR annual human rights journalism award in Jordan on

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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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