Since 2002, Journalists for Human Rights has helped reporters in some of the world’s most challenging places cover local issues and improve people's lives.
From Sierra Leone to South Sudan to Syrian refugee camps in Jordan, JHR-trained journalists are exposing human rights abuses, sharing people's stories – stories that would otherwise never be told.
When media puts a spotlight on human rights, people start talking about the issues and demanding change. JHR works to promote good governance, transparency, and human rights protection, by building strong and independent media.
JHR has trained more than 12,500 journalists whose stories have reached more than 50 million people.