The moving crowds, rallies and meetings have turned Algeria’s streets into something of a public forum. In a country where the government does not allow a real political dialogue, this is how the Algerian people practice their politics.
Government-imposed restrictions on press freedoms and a preference for simplified narratives in many foreign media outlets contribute to inadequate reporting on Sudan.
Veronique de Viguerie brings a war photographer’s eye to the battle raging in France over economic disparity.
What media theorist Marshall McLuhan would make of today’s American political stars
D.C. reporters should treat their posting like they are working in a foreign bureau. It might seem like home, but the rules keep changing, and every week there’s a new crisis.
The UBC Global Reporting Centre is launching an ambitious new Global Reporting Program that brings students around the world together to research and investigate under-covered…
A project on the dark side of supply chains.
Journalist and former UN official Patricia Leidl on how the world has failed in its responsibility to protect the people of Yemen
Ira Glass, the voice and journalist behind the groundbreaking public radio program This American Life, held a private master class with staff, fellows and friends of the Global Reporting Centre.
An Indigenous community’s fight for safe water.
The Global Reporting Centre co-hosted a town hall to wrap up six years of work investigating the impact of rare diseases on families and exploring options to improve access to effective therapies.
Crowd-sourced documentary about alcoholism in Indigenous communities around the world.