Access to Information & Human Rights - a Journalists for Human Rights Coffee House

Wednesday, August 22, 2012 - 21:30

On Wednesday, August 22nd at 5:30pm Journalists for Human Rights (JHR) will be hosting a panel of experts for a discussion on how the media can play a role in protecting human rights.

The specific theme for this month's event is “Access to Information and Human Rights”. 

This free event  will take place in Toronto at the Seven Grams Espresso Bar, located at 131 Avenue Rd (north of Avenue Rd and Bloor St), and promises to be a lively debate.

All guests are invited to join in on the discussion!  For more information visit the Facebook event page and  RSVP to 

Looking forward to seeing you there!

Seven Grams Espresso Bar
131 Avenue Road
Toronto , ON
43° 40' 25.4424" N, 79° 23' 45.5964" W
Ontario CA
Andree Paulin

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