Welcome to The Center for Border and Global Journalism
The Center for Border & Global Journalism (CBGJ) at the University of Arizona School of Journalism develops initiatives to enable students and professional journalists to meet the challenges – and growing peril – of reporting across frontiers.
2018 Faculty Research Grant
The Center for Border and Global Journalism of the UA School of Journalism is offering faculty grants for work domestically or abroad on research projects involving the study of freedom of expression and freedom of the press. Click here for details and fill out the application. The deadline is ... read more
09/20/2019 - 11:30
CNN journalist Christiane Amanpour, whose reporting on violence and human rights abuses in Iraq, Bosnia and Syria has earned her worldwide respect, has been named the 2019 winner of the Zenger Award for Press Freedom by the University of Arizona School of Journalism.
Relly, Zanger get $2,000 CMES grant for Kurdistan work
Jeannine Relly and Maggy Zanger received a 2018 Center for Middle Eastern Studies Faculty Research Grant for... read more
González de Bustamante wins CBGJ faculty research grant
The Center for Border & Global Journalism has awarded its 2018 faculty research grant to Dr. Celeste... read more
'Lens on Mexico's Mean Streets': Photographers give talk on violence
Celebrated Mexico-based photographers, including one badly beaten by police who took his cameras early in... read more
Relly, Bustamante analyze violence against journalists
The number of journalists assaulted, threatened and killed around the world is growing with more than 825... read more