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Journalists for Human Rights

Journalists for Human Rights: changing the world, one news story at at time.

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You can help us create positive change in the world, one news story at a time. To find out how, visit http://www.jhr.ca/en/donate...

Human rights abuses happen everywhere, every day. With your support, JHR helps tough local journalists fight indifference, expose abuses, and transform people's lives.

When media puts the spotlight on human rights, people start to talk about the issues and demand change. JHR supports journalists and media organizations in some of the world's toughest places to hold authorities to account human rights abuses.

When human rights are protected, people's lives get better.

Help us us put human rights in the headline. Learn more at jhr.ca
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You can help us create positive change in the world, one news story at a time. To find out how, visit http://www.jhr.ca/en/donate...

Human rights abuses happen everywhere, every day. With your support, JHR helps tough local journalists fight indifference, expose abuses, and transform people's lives.

When media puts the spotlight on human rights, people start to talk about the issues and demand change. JHR supports journalists and media organizations in some of the world's toughest places to hold authorities to account human rights abuses.

When human rights are protected, people's lives get better.

Help us us put human rights in the headline. Learn more at jhr.ca Show less

Leading Together

JHR partnered with the J.W. McConnell Family Foundation and the Tyee to profile innovative programs for Aboriginal youth in Canada.

A series of video and text stories profiling innovative, collaborative experiments in youth empowerment that are delivering concrete results for Aboriginal communities. Commissioned by The J.W. McConnell Family Foundation of Montreal, these stories were produced by a talented team of journalists, most of them indigenous. The Leading Together stories were assembled and edited by Journalists for Human Rights and Tyee Solutions Society, and are co-published by the Aboriginal owned Wawatay Native Communications Society, www.wawataynews.ca as well as on the websites of Journalists for Human Rights, www.jhr.ca and The Tyee www.thetyee.ca.
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