In The Fish You (Don’t Know You) Eat, our team uncovered a supply chain from Latin America to West Africa to China that is polluting the ocean, causing food insecurity in coastal communities, and risking the collapse of fisheries.
The GRC is launching a pilot program, which will bring students around the world together to produce major works of journalism.
Melissa Chan had her press credentials denied by the Chinese government. She never thought she'd see the same tactics used to revoke reporters' entry to the White House.
The Global Reporting Centre co-hosted a town hall to wrap up six years of work investigating the impact of rare diseases on families.
Ira Glass, the voice and journalist behind This American Life, held a private master class with staff, fellows and friends of the Global Reporting Centre.
In 2012, Julie Keith found a letter in a Halloween decoration. Inside was an SOS from the Masanjia Labour Camp, one of China’s most infamous prisons.
David Frum spoke at a GRC/Vancouver Institute event. The former George W. Bush speechwriter is the author of Trumpocracy: The Corruption of the American Republic, a scathing critique of the Trump presidency.
Bill Browder was the featured speaker in a gala event for the Global Reporting Centre. Browder discussed how he ended up attracting the rage — and fear — of one of the world’s most powerful leaders.
If Velshi’s talk had a lesson, this was it — the value and scarcity of frank, but respectful, debate.
With a grant from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, the GRC launches a series of investigations into global supply chains.