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On November 13th, Speak Silence!

Speak Silence challenges people to a vow of silence in recognition of victims of human rights abuses around the world. On November 13, from 11am to 4pm, join together with JHR McGill to create soundless,…


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Interested in an international internship next summer?

JHR OFFERS MEDIA INTERNSHIP IN GHANA – DEADLINE NOVEMBER 12TH JHR’s university chapters program is offering 5 internships at student and community radio stations in Ghana, mid-May to mid-August 2009. Check out our “Opportunities” page…


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Speak up, nationally!

REQUEST FOR SUBMISSIONS – email pitches to info@jhr-ubc.ca by OCTOBER 31st Speak Magazine is seeking feature submissions for its upcoming issue, “The Children’s Right to Speak.” Speak is the Journalists for Human Rights’ annual national…


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CKUT Training Days: Oct 24-26

A great opportunity to learn more about the importance, effect, and technical details of media! Even if you’re not into radio broadcasting specifically, there will be presentations and workshops on grassroots and community media and reporting,…


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Welcome!

To find out more about the individual portfolios, please look at the Advocacy, Events, Newspaper, Radio, and TV pages. Check out the Opportunities page for info on international internships and calls for submissions to national publications,…


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Speak! Radio on Air: October 6th, 11-11:30am

Listen up, Montreal! Speak! Radio’s first show of the semester will be airing Monday October 6th, 11-11:30am on CKUT 90.3FM. The show will introduce JHR McGill, interview one of the Execs, and play a clip…


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Meet the Execs for 2008-2009!

  President. Mary is an Arts and Science student who has played an active role in Journalists for Human Rights for the past two years. She currently is the President of the McGill club and coordinates…


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The Speak! Team

Khatira Mahdavi: VP Newspaper, Writer, Editor Khatira Mahdavi, our co VP of newspaper, is a U1 student majoring in Cultural studies. Actively pursuing a career in journalism, JHR is place of growth for her as…