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Saturday, January 5 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Staying safe while reporting on hate

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Stories about hate are becoming more prominent, including on Canadian university campuses. This panel will discuss why exposing hateful people and organizations is important, how technology can be used to aid investigations and how to keep yourself safe while interacting with these groups as a journalist. Stick around later in the afternoon for a hands-on workshop that will continue the conversation started in this panel.

Moderator: Emma McPhee, CUP vice-president

Speakers
avatar for Mack Lamoureux

Mack Lamoureux

Staff Writer, Vice Canada
Mack Lamoureux is a reporter with VICE Canada. His work focuses on right-wing extremism and fringe groups. He was the first journalist to report on the Soldiers of Odin, III% Canada, and Atomwaffen's activity in Canada.
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Canadian Anti-Hate Network

The Canadian Anti-Hate Network (antihate.ca) is a non-profit organization which monitors hate groups and their activities in Canada. Our advisory group is made up of Canada’s leading experts on hate groups and hate crimes, including human rights lawyers, academics, journalists, court-recognized experts, and leaders in targeted... Read More →
avatar for Alheli Picazo

Alheli Picazo

Writer, Freelance
Alheli Picazo is a freelance writer and researcher whose columns appear at the CBC and Maclean's. Other bylines include Ottawa Citizen, National Post, Vice, and Canadaland.    


Saturday January 5, 2019 2:00pm - 3:00pm
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