Bill Browder will be in Vancouver on June 15th for a banquet fundraiser for the GRC, reflecting on the state of Russia and the world and sharing his stories of what it’s like to be Putin’s number one enemy.
Join us for a Q&A with author of “TRUMPOCRACY: The Corruption of the American Republic,” David Frum.
An event with Ali Velshi examines the current phenomenon and spread of culture wars, and culture’s role in both curbing and spreading populist ideals.
Americans ask, Can we ever put things right? The answer just might be “No.”
January 20, 2017 The recent false alarm in Hawaii is a stark reminder of how on edge the world is over fears of a nuclear…
Sylvia Nasar, author of “A Beautiful Mind,” will be in Vancouver speaking on Russian collusion.
People took to Twitter after President Donald Trump evoked the world’s fury by referring to African countries and Haiti as “shithole countries.”
CNN anchor Anderson Cooper, who covered the Haiti earthquake, responds to President Donald Trump’s racist comments on Haiti and Africa.
Jacky Rowland and Nicole Barrett reflect on the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia – the first war crimes court since the Nuremberg trials at the end of World War II.
The GIJN conference will launch a yearlong Global Reporting Centre research project on the relationship between fixers and foreign correspondents.
The GRC partnered with the Toronto Star to examine Rh disease around the world, and chronicle the efforts to put an end to the death and devastation of this often-forgotten disease.
“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.