“Fixing” the Journalist-Fixer Relationship: A Critical Look Towards Developing Best Practices In Global Reporting is a study of the relationship between foreign correspondents and fixers,…
Ali Arkady witnessed scenes of torture, rape and targeted killings – and felt compelled to share these harrowing images with the world.
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.
By David Beers, Simon Fraser University Hidden amid gloomy tales of the decline of Canada’s news media is a success story in southwestern British Columbia….
The new Global Reporting Program (GRP), the Centres educational branch, will bring together university-based journalism programs across the globe.
GRC’s Shayna Plaut will be presenting on “Strangers at Home” at the 10th annual “Strangers in New Homelands” conference.
This event will host a discussion the killing of journalists who dared to expose the authoritarian government as well as the larger threat to democracy in India.
The Price of Sex is a series of exhibitions based on award-winning photography by Mimi Chakarova.
The GRC has partnered with Somali reporters to document their daily routines of reporting in their war-torn capital.
Mohammed Fahmy is the subject of a new documentary, Mohamed Fahmy: Half Free, directed by Oscar-nominated filmmaker and GRC collaborator David Paperny, and co-produced by…
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 Global Reporting Centre concluded the largest survey ever conducted on the use of “fixers.”
Alcoholics Unanonymous receives funding from Movember and Peter Wall Institute to create an empowerment journalism project about alcohol dependence in Indigenous communities.