Veritas - Advancing Journalism in the Public Interest is teaming up with U.S.-based IRE and Vancouver-based Global Reporting Centre on a prestigious cross-border investigative conference in Vancouver, May 20 - 21. This is the second event of the new Canadian foundation which fosters professional development for journalists and public engagement and education.
An investigative journalism conference hosted by Veritas, a new Canadian journalism foundation, highlighted one of the ways journalism will survive in the years to come: collaboration.
TORONTO — Should journalists become an arm of the police?
The State vs. Journalism will bring together the perspectives of a journalist subject to a court order to produce his research, a leading Canadian media lawyer who represents reporters in court and a prominent former Crown.
TORONTO, May 3, 2016 /CNW/ – Veritas, a newly-minted Canadian journalism foundation that creates and supports professional development for journalists in Canada, today announces its plans for an international conference to be held at Ryerson University in Toronto May 14-15.
Reporters would say no, but more than a few would say, absolutely. They argue that when journalists possess evidence that could nail terrorists or other criminals, they have a moral if not legal responsibility to hand it over.