TORONTO, July 13, 2012 /CNW/ - On Tuesday, July 17th 2012 at 5:30 pm Journalists for Human Rights (JHR) will be hosting a panel of experts for a discussion on how the media can play a role in protecting human rights. The panel discussion will be the first in a series of monthly events hosted by JHR.
This free event will take place at the Seven Grams Espresso Bar, located at 131 Avenue Rd (north of Avenue Rd and Bloor St), and promises to be a lively debate. All guests are invited to join in on the discussion!
Come grab a coffee and join JHR in making media matter!
About Journalists for Human Rights
JHR (Journalists for Human Rights) is Canada's leading media development organization. Our goal - to make everyone in the world fully aware of their rights - is as unique as it is powerful. Since JHR's founding in 2002 the organization has worked tirelessly to strengthen independent media in sub-Saharan Africa by building the capacity of local journalists to report ethically and effectively on human rights and good governance issues. JHR's work ensures the media can play its rightful role as a referee between state and civil society.
Journalists for Human Rights: www.jhr.ca
Seven Grams Espresso Bar: http://www.sevengrams.ca/
To find out more about the event, or to find out more about Journalists for Human Rights please contact Andrée Paulin at firstname.lastname@example.org 416-413-0240 ext. 204.