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  • Why Indigenous-led coverage matters

    Brittany Hobson is an Ojibway and Scottish reporter/editor with The Canadian Press based in Winnipeg in Treaty 1 Territory. Prior to joining The Canadian Press, Brittany was a reporter and fill-in anchor with APTN National News in Winnipeg. Brittany started at APTN in 2016 through a three-month internship facilitated by Journalists for Human Rights. Brittany

  • NEWSLETTER: June 19 – Indigenous People’s Day

        June 19th, 2021   This week’s highlights Join us for our ‘Indigenous youth in the media’ webinar on June 24 Their stories in their words: Read articles by JHR Indigenous Reporting Fellows! Meet the trainers from the Indigenous Reporters Program Read the first story from JHR’s new Indigenous Media Collaborative     Join

  • J-School Curriculum: Reporting in Indigenous Communities

    It is incumbent upon journalism programs in Canada to ensure that future generations of journalists have the knowledge they need to report respectfully and accurately on Indigenous stories. The Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Call to Action #86 states: “We call upon Canadian journalism programs and media schools to require education for all students on the

  • Announcing the winner of JHR’s 2nd Annual Award for Outstanding Work by an Indigenous Youth Reporter

    TORONTO, May 20, 2021 – Journalists for Human Rights (JHR) is pleased to announce Kanyen’kehá:ka photographer, filmmaker, and journalist Shelby Lisk as the winner of its 2nd Annual Award for Outstanding Work by an Indigenous Youth Reporter. Lisk has been recognized for her story ‘For our children: How families are passing down Indigenous languages’ (link),

  • Shortlist for the 2nd Annual Award for Outstanding Work by an Indigenous Youth Reporter

    Journalists for Human Rights (JHR) is pleased to announce the shortlist for the 2nd Annual Award for Outstanding Work by an Indigenous Youth Reporter. The 2021 shortlist is: Oscar Baker III: A story of resilience: Decision to take son off of life support still haunts Membertou First Nation father Shelby Lisk: For our children: How

  • Submissions open for JHR’s 2nd Annual Award for Outstanding Work by an Indigenous Youth Reporter

    TORONTO, Feb. 3, 2021 – Today, Journalists for Human Rights (JHR) is pleased to announce the call for submissions to the 2nd Annual Award for Outstanding Work by an Indigenous Youth Reporter. The award is supported by the RBC Foundation as part of RBC Future Launch, the bank’s 10-year, $500-million commitment to preparing Canadian youth

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