Jan 10 2021: Thank You for Helping JHR Celebrate The Disruptors of 2020

This week’s highlights

  • Thank you for helping us Celebrate the Disruptors this Holiday Season !
  • JHR Jordan launches Media Monitoring Study with Muhammad Ghunaim
  • Indigenous Journalists! Apply Here for Paid Opportunities to Work with Leading Media Across Canada

THANK YOU for helping us Celebrate the Disruptors this Holiday Season!

THANK YOU to everyone who has helped us Celebrate the Disruptors this holiday season!
We are so grateful to each of you for the incredible amount of generosity you have shown since we launched our campaign on #GivingTuesday and with just 8 days remaining in the campaign, we are SO close to our goal of $70,000!

BUT we aren’t done yet! Click here to make a donation TODAY!
Throughout the holiday season, JHR shared stories from across the globe Celebrating the Disruptors; those who, in 2020, have had the courage to highlight the social divides the pandemic has exposed and push for better. Click here to read the stories again.
Each of these stories makes clear why the work JHR is doing is SO important.
But we can’t do it without YOUR support. 
Donating is easy, click here and follow the prompts on the page to complete your donation.
JHR needs your support to make this year more than ever to continue their important work. 
Thank YOU for supporting Journalists for Human Rights!

JHR Jordan launches Media Monitoring Study

Journalists for Human Rights launched a quantitative and qualitative media monitoring study prepared by the researcher in media affairs, Muhammad Ghunaim. The study entitled “The extent of the media use of the JHR methodology PANEL in media content.” was carried out as part of its project “Increasing access to information through the media in Jordan” funded by The Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Jordan.
By using the qualitative and quantitative monitoring of the mass media and their coverage of human rights issues, the study aimed to analyze the quality of the media content of human rights journalism in Jordan, by focusing on analyzing the “JHR’s PANEL approach for Human Rights journalism.
Click here to read the study in Arabic.

Call for Expressions of Interest: Bursaries and Internships Supporting Indigenous Voices 

JHR’s Indigenous Reporters program is currently seeking expressions of interest from emerging Indigenous journalists in Canada to work on bursary and internship opportunities available with leading media organizations across Canada.

The bursaries and internships are open to Indigenous (First Nations, Métis, Inuit) youth working or seeking work in media, or currently enrolled in a media or journalism program at a Canadian post-secondary institution.

Deadline to apply: January 3, 2021. Find all information here


 Land Acknowledgement

We wish to acknowledge the land on which the Journalists for Human Rights’ head office operates and recognize the longstanding relationships Indigenous nations have with these territories. For thousands of years it has been the traditional land of the Huron-Wendat, the Seneca, and most recently, the Mississaugas of the Credit River. Tkaronto (Toronto) is in the Dish with One Spoon Territory and is home to Indigenous peoples from many nations across Turtle Island who continue to care for this land today. 
To read more on JHR’s land acknowledgement, click here. 


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