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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Building bridges between Indigenous communities and journalists 

JHR and the Ontario Federation of Indigenous Friendship Centres are partnering on a series of workshops to bring Indigenous communities and journalists together.  

Friendship Centres throughout Ontario will host the workshops, which will provide Indigenous community members and journalists opportunities to discuss challenges they face when working together and identify solutions to improve communication and relationships between the two groups.
 
Workshops will be held in Thunder Bay, Kenora, Sudbury and North Bay from February 27 through March 9. JHR and the OFIFC will also facilitate workshops in Hamilton, London, Ottawa and Toronto later in 2015. 


Learn more about the workshops