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.
America’s Dumping Ground has won the Edward R. Murrow Regional Award for Best News Documentary. The podcast investigates what happened to the largest electronic waste dump in the world.
The GIJN conference will launch a yearlong Global Reporting Centre research project on the relationship between fixers and foreign correspondents.
Hidden amid gloomy tales of the decline of Canada’s news media is a success story in southwestern British Columbia.
Mohammed Fahmy is the subject of a new documentary, Mohamed Fahmy: Half Free, directed and produced by GRC collaborators and staff.
It is the one-year anniversary of the Global Reporting Centre, and we're proud to share what we’ve achieved.
Ali Arkady witnessed scenes of torture, rape and targeted killings – and felt compelled to share these harrowing images with the world.
GRC collaborator Tara Sutton shares her experiences reporting on on the plight of Iraqi and Syrian refugees in Jordan.