Saturday, 3 November 2012

the Canadian Association of Journalists event


For tickets e-mail ellin@caj.ca | 6:30pm Tuesday November 20, 2012 @ Oakham House, Ryerson University. Admission: Students Free CAJ members $5, General Public $10 in advance and $15 at the door. 



The Ryerson Journalism Course Union and the Canadian Association of Journalists are pleased to present a disttiguished panel of experts in a panel discussion on best practices and ethical considerations of interviewing survivors. 

Ted Barris, author "Breaking the Silence", Carol Ann Davidson, Azrieli Foundation, Kateri Akiwenzie-Damm, Anishnaabe writer, Andera Litvack, Social Work Program Director University of Toronto Moderator: Esther Enkin, CBC News, Journalism Forum on Violence and Trauma vice president. 
"As Canadians commemorate Remembrance Day and Holocaust Education Week, the role of journalists is vital in documenting the suffering and survival of the people who lived through these traumatic milestones of history.. from war veterans to Holocaust survivors, and from the fallout of Canada's residential school system to the victims of sexual assaults." 
Video by Scott Mills of Toronto Police Service and Crime Stoppers International "Social Media For Success And Safety"

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