Our Work

CJFE monitors, defends and reports on free expression and access to information in Canada and abroad. We promote a free media as essential to a fair and open society. CJFE boldly champions the free expression rights of all people, and encourages and supports individuals and groups in the protection of their own and others' free expression rights.The underlying philosophy behind our programs and campaigns is the belief that working together with other individuals and organizations makes all of our voices louder and more effective.

Our work falls into three broad categories: 



This includes:

• Bill C-51 Charter Challenge

• Review of Free Expression

• Access to Information Reform



This includes:

• Snowden Archive

• #FreeAJStaff

• Alerts and letters of protest



This includes:

• Journalists in Distress Fund

• Journalism Fellowship

• Bob Carty Fellowship  















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  • Shaheen Ahmed
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  • Janet Hido Isaaq
    commented 2019-11-11 17:39:05 -0500
    Please write to your government and to the international media!

    William Bnyameen Adam, an Assyrian journalist, has been detained by Kurdish Security forces in north Iraq.
    The Assyrian Policy Institute is deeply concerned by the arrest of well-respected Assyrian journalist William Bnyameen Adam, known publicly as Khlapieel Bnyameen, whose investigations have been critical of the human rights record of the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG).
    Bnyameen was detained on October 31 by Asayish (KRG intelligence forces) in Zakho, Iraq when returning from a 2-week trip to northeastern Syria. Bnyameen was on assignment in Syria documenting the impact of the Turkish incursion on the local Assyrian community for an upcoming documentary by Assyrian National Broadcasting. He was later transferred to Dohuk where he has been held largely incommunicado. Concerns have been raised of his wellbeing, as Bnyameen has previously received direct threats from members of the Kurdistan Democratic Party for his work.

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  • Quentin Leandri
    commented 2019-02-15 13:52:18 -0500
    I fear that one day Big Brother won’t be fictional anymore. Keep spreading awareness, trust and transparency as we do in our mobile app development company, Sidekick Interactive.

    Keep spreading the good word.
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