- JHR Mali celebrates quality human rights journalism
- JHR trainees highlight the pandemic’s toll on children and education
- Save the Date: Night4Rights 2021 slated for October 20!
- Introducing the Indigenous Media Collaborative: Laurence Brisson Dubreuil (The Eastern Door)
JHR Mali celebrates quality
human rights journalism
JHR trainees highlight the pandemic’s toll
on children and education
The above stories are part of the Mobilizing Media to Fight COVID-19 project funded by
Save the Date:
JHR’s Night4Rights is this October 20!
Night for Rights will take place at the Brickworks Pavilion in Toronto from 6pm-8pm, on October 20, 2021. This year, mindful of potential public health concerns, we’re taking the party to an outdoor setting. We will have both on- and offline speakers and entertainment, and attendees can choose to attend either on- or offline. Tickets are $500 or $5000 for a group of 10. More details soon at www.night4rights.com!
Introducing the Indigenous Media Collaborative:
Laurence Brisson Dubreuil (The Eastern Door)
JHR’s Solutions Journalism program is pleased to introduce the members of its new Indigenous Media Collaborative, a group of Indigenous journalists and media organizations that is producing a series of solutions journalism and human rights stories about land claims, Indigenous sovereignty, and #LandBack. This week, we speak to Laurence Brisson Dubreuil of The Eastern Door about her interest in reporting on #LandBack.
Laurence Brisson Dubreuil is a full-time reporter with The Eastern Door. She is assigned to the Kanien’kehá:ka community of Kanehsatake located about 50 KM west of Montreal. Prior to The Eastern Door, she worked with the Institute for Investigative Journalism on “Tainted Water,” a national investigation into Canadian drinking water standards, as well as “Clean Water, Broken Promises,” an investigative series that focuses on water systems in Indigenous communities.
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