jhr (Journalists for Human Rights)
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jhr's Pedagogical Approach
jhr's programming includes a variety of activities, all of which focus on training in the incorporation of the rights based approach into rights media production and dissemination.

jhr believes that learning occurs best when the local journalists have identified their own learning needs. jhr's curriculum stems from focus groups and surveys conducted in the countries where jhr works.

Training and workshops conducted by jhr trainers implement participatory methods of instruction and are made relevant to local contexts.

 


"Media in Congo"
A jhr documentary by Ashley Monti


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jhr HEAD OFFICE
jhr INTERNATIONAL
Journalism Trainer
Positions:1 - Location: Monrovia, Liberia
Deadline: June 1, 2012
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Night for Rights Gala raises more than $100,000 for JHR!  

Last month, at the Night for Rights GalaJHR supproters raised more than $100,000 to support strong human rights journalism and JHR programs around world. 

JHR-trained reporters from Kinshasa to Beirut, from Juba to northern Ontario, are covering local human rights stories that change lives. And we couldn't support them without our amazing sponsors and the JHR community. Thank you for helping to put human rights in headlines!

See more photos from Night for Rights. Check out the Gala website. 


Applications open: Bursaries and internships for Indigenous journalists and journalism students

Are you an Indigenous Canadian studying journalism or media at a post-secondary level? Recent graduate looking for professional experience?

Apply for a JHR bursary to support your studies or career!

JHR's new Indigenous Reporters Program is expanding diversity in Canadian media by supporting Indigenous students and journalists. Learn more about the bursary and internship program.

The bursary and scholarship program is possible through the generous support of The J.W. McConnell Family Foundation. Want to know more about how JHR is working with Indigenous people? Get the details!


Image courtesy of Robin Pierro