Global Center for Journalism and Democracy

Difficult Dialogues

In cooperation with the Center for Community Engagement, and the American Democracy Project, GCJD will launch a new program called “Difficult Dialogues”. The program will give students an opportunity to talk about topics that they may usually avoid, or find difficult to tackle.

Election Watch Party

GCJD invites all bearkats to watch the election results in the Kat Klub on Tuesday night November 8th from 7 till midnight. The presidential race is a tight one and the results are expected to be controversial regardless of who wins. We’ll be there to celebrate with you, or to console you—depending on the outcome. Refreshments, games, and company, what more can you ask for? Oh, and don’t forget to vote!!!!

Egyptian Journalists at SHSU in November

GCJD is planning a training for journalists from the Egyptian Media Women’s Union. GCJD will bring leaders of the organization to Huntsville for a weeklong program and the participants will then go back to Egypt and share what they learned with other union members. Training will focus on ethics, safety, overcoming trauma and a variety of other issues the journalists face in their day to day work.

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