2012 Radio Program: Part III

jhr radio interview with patrick altimas

Part I of jhr’s radio interview with Mr. Patrick Altimas. Stay tuned for Part II coming soon!

2012 Radio Program: Part II

jhr radio interview with warren allmand

In this segment, jhr’s radio team interviews Mr. Warren Allmand former solicitor general of Canada and Liberal member of Cabinet

2012 Radio Program: Part I

jhr radio interview with niki ashton

Take a listen to our radio team’s interview with Niki Ashton from the NDP! 

Radio Team Training coming up soon!

Want to join the JHR Radio Team? Then come out for training at McGill’s own CKUT radio station! Learn the ins and outs of producing radio programming, and we promise there is no experience necessary! Contact Laurence at if you’d like to sign up or have any questions or concerns.Hope to see you there!


jhr @ McGill works with local student-run radio station CKUT (90.3FM) to bring human rights news to Montréal’s airwaves. If you are interested in being a part of our radio team (you don’t have to be an experienced pro or have time to be involved in all the shows), please email Laurence at


Human rights are a broad topic, encompassing issues large and small, both domestically and internationally. Speak! Radio aims to be inclusive of all human rights issues, so if there is something you want to broadcast to the people, let your voice be heard! Pitch your ideas to Chetan at

We also collaborate with Speak! Newspaper. If you’re interested in writing an article for the newspaper, it would be great to put your research material towards an episode of Speak! Radio.

Check out a couple of past shows here!


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