Support JHR this Holiday Season


We have surpassed our initial goal of $15,000 and raised $20,077, 76! This is amazing and thank you all so much for the enormous generosity and support. We will strengthen our work with the many brave young journalists! Follow us on social media for further news on how we keep Giving Youth A Voice.


JHR works worldwide to empower journalists to cover human rights stories objectively and effectively. This year, our goal is to Give Youth A Voice. And we need your help. We're raising awareness and funds to empower young people in Canada and around the world to speak up, tell their stories and have their voices heard.

In Syria JHR works with young journalists who brave a regime to deliver news to the Syrian people and built independent news organizations. Watch this video by CTV news .

With support from JHR's Indigenous Reporters Program, Leslie Spence set up a youth radio programme.

"Through this program, I’ve learned how to run a youth radio show. I know how to put together news bulletins, and put news on social media. And to have a voice. I’m able to empower other people, to be able to do stuff than do the same things over and over. I was able to learn how to build news bulletins, learn how to operate the radio show, and gain confidence, to talk about youth related issues around our community."

"People should care about this program because it puts a whole different perspective on First Nations in a positive way. It puts a positive perspective on First Nations. And to empower the youth to be heard."

We're asking you to join in the spirit of the holiday season. Any amount will help. For $25, $50, $100, $500 - you can be part of this powerful movement for change.

Ask your family and friends to join us - and help us help young people find their voice, their vocation - and make a real difference to their lives.

$25 will purchase new notebooks and pens for emerging reporters.

$50 will support materials for a JHR workshop.

$100 will support a in the field reporting mission for a local journalist. 



$500 will support a community journalist, like Leslie, receive journalism training to share their story.