Alcoholics Unanonymous receives funding from Movember and Peter Wall Institute to create an empowerment journalism project about alcohol dependence in Indigenous communities.
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.
Revisiting Emmy Award-winning reporting on China’s e-waste problem, in partnership with the Center for Investigative Reporting
GRC collaborator Tara Sutton shares her experiences reporting on on the plight of Iraqi and Syrian refugees in Jordan.
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
Foreign correspondents, combat veterans, and scholars shared images and stories of the impact war can have on civilians, soldiers and the people reporting from war zones.
Multi-award winning project, China’s Generation Green launches in Chinese.
This talk with Dr. Shayna Plaut – Research Manager at the GRC – explores the findings of the Fixer’s study as well as its implications…
Challenges and solutions to treating mental illness around the world.
Million Dollar Meds, a project on the cost of drugs for rare diseases, won a Jack Webster award in the Science, Technology, Health and Environment category.
The Global Reporting Centre concluded the largest survey ever conducted on the use of “fixers.”
A Chinese/English project about the emerging environmental movement in China.
A project on the dark side of supply chains.