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22 September 2016
IRP students will partner with students at four partner universities to produce a cross-border journalism project.
08 September 2016
New film by Canadian journalist filmmaker Fred Peabody has world premiere at TIFF on Sept. 9.
23 August 2016
Ryerson professor Anne McNeilly wasn’t sure what to expect when she travelled to China last spring to teach media ethics and news reporting.
13 April 2016
Marc Ellison’s “Safe House” is a graphic novel that tells the story of FGM in Tanzania.Read more
01 April 2016
News That Moves provides humanitarian aid in the form of delivering important news and information to refugees.Read more
28 March 2016
Tanya K. Bindra will use $3,000-award to tell stories of sexual assault survivors in New Delhi.Read more
09 February 2016
The CBC’s Adrienne Arsenault recalls covering Ebola from the frontlines of the outbreak in Liberia.Read more
25 November 2015
Journalist Mohamed Fahmy speaks about the dangers of freelancers reporting overseas and the issues surrounding rights for citizens who are jailed abroad.
Marc Ellison speaking to J-Source IRB at Humber College
05 October 2015
Marc Ellison is concerned about the shrinking foreign footprint of western media but is prepared to find new ways of reporting through the use of graphic novels.

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