The GRC has partnered with Somali reporters to document their daily routines of reporting in their war-torn capital.
Fixers are a fixture of foreign correspondence. Results of a recent GRC study on the role of fixers will be announced at this panel discussion on fixers and their crucial role in journalism.
The new Global Reporting Program (GRP), the Centres educational branch, will bring together university-based journalism programs across the globe.
Ali Arkady witnessed scenes of torture, rape and targeted killings – and felt compelled to share these harrowing images with the world.
The Global Reporting Centre concluded the largest survey ever conducted on the use of “fixers.”
It is the one-year anniversary of the Global Reporting Centre, and we’re proud to share what we’ve been able to achieve to date.
Alcoholics Unanonymous receives funding from Movember and Peter Wall Institute to create an empowerment journalism project about alcohol dependence in Indigenous communities.
Revisiting Emmy Award-winning reporting on China’s e-waste problem, in partnership with the Center for Investigative Reporting
Award-winning reporter and GRC collaborator, Jennifer Yang, will travel to Africa and Asia to examine the burden and why Rh disease persists in lower-income countries
The Global Reporting Centre will co-host a workshop in Vancouver for investigative reporters from across the continent, to discuss cross-border reporting and explore ways of developing international collaborations.
Multi-award winning project, China’s Generation Green launches in Chinese.
A GRC project features videos, each from a different country, where locals share their experiences of the growing feelings of xenophobia
GRC collaborator Tara Sutton shares her experiences reporting on on the plight of Iraqi and Syrian refugees in Jordan.