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Nathan P. Charles

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ELBC Radio

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jhr (Journalists for Human Rights) | Mobilizing Media. Changing Lives.

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Nathan Charles
Local Rights Media Trainer Nathan Charles is currently a journalist with ELBC Radio based in Monrovia, Liberia. Nathan has won numerous awards, including best human rights reporter in 2011, for the work he has done covering humna rights stories. Nathan was also able to visit Japan in the wake of the crisis in 2011. Nathan graduated from the University of Liberia with a degree in Mass Communications.


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Nathan Charles on assignment in Liberia
JHR Journalist leads national TV news team At 7 pm on April 1st, Liberia National TV broadcast the evening news live for the first time in 22 years. Overseeing that broadcast was Nathan P. Charles, a JHR-trained award-winning journalist. As Acting TV News Coordinator, Nathan works with producers, reporters and camera people, to cover national news and put the nightly half-hour program on air. A radio reporter by training, in 2009 Nathan started working with a JHR mentor at the ELBC radio station in Liberia's capital, Monrovia. As a member of JHR's local trainer team, he developed skills to mentor newsroom colleagues to improve their reports. Though he loves radio, Nathan admits television news "has been my dream" and he credits JHR training with giving him the skills for his new job. "JHR has helped me to give a voice to the voiceless," Nathan explains. "It has helped me in this position to be more aware of how to operate and work as a team. Through JHR, I am aware of how accountable I am to my society. It has shaped me [as a journalist]." Television news is still relatively new in Liberia, and the team is learning as they go. Supported by JHR, Nathan ensures the nightly news includes human rights and governance issues. Thanks so much Nathan.


Setting the News Agenda in Liberia - JHR

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Nathan Charles on assignment in Liberia
JHR Journalist leads national TV news team At 7 pm on April 1st, Liberia National TV broadcast the evening news live for the first time in 22 years. Overseeing that broadcast was Nathan P. Charles, a JHR-trained award-winning journalist. As Acting TV News Coordinator, Nathan works with producers, reporters and camera people, to cover national news and put the nightly half-hour program on air. A radio reporter by training, in 2009 Nathan started working with a JHR mentor at the ELBC radio station in Liberia's capital, Monrovia. As a member of JHR's local trainer team, he developed skills to mentor newsroom colleagues to improve their reports. Though he loves radio, Nathan admits television news "has been my dream" and he credits JHR training with giving him the skills for his new job. "JHR has helped me to give a voice to the voiceless," Nathan explains. "It has helped me in this position to be more aware of how to operate and work as a team. Through JHR, I am aware of how accountable I am to my society. It has shaped me [as a journalist]. Television news is still relatively new in Liberia, and the team is learning as they go. Supported by JHR, Nathan ensures the nightly news includes human rights and governance issues.


International recognition for JHR-mentored journalists from Liberia - JHR

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Nathan Charles, a JHR-mentored journalist who was recently selected by the Thomson Reuters Foundation to receive a week of multi-media training in London, UK in September.
ELBC reporter Nathan Charles was recently selected by the Thomson Reuters Foundation to receive a week of multi-media training in London, UK in September. Charles has been actively involved with jhr's Liberia program for the past four years, and is now one of five Liberian journalists who are training their peers in human rights reporting.


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Reporters: Nathan Charles (ELBC Radio), Bonnie Allen (jhr trainer), Benjamin Bah (driver), Heston M. Jackson II (the Inquirer), Wellington Railey (STAR Radio), Jerome Toe (Daily Observer), Sam Zota Jr. (the Monitor)
ELBC reporter Nathan Charles escorts a blind man into his house.


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