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Human rights lawyer Maurice Tomlinson introduces documentary about Jamaicans, including himself, who are forced to flee their homeland because of their sexual orientation.
Visit to City Colleges of Chicago also explores ways to integrate international issues more deeply into courses.
Campus Consortium workshop on the new media landscape with Pulitzer Center grantee and senior editor.
Newseum-Pulitzer Center series event considers what it means to live on the fringes of society especially when you have HIV/AIDS.
Birmingham arts center serves needs of diverse audiences and communities. Screening occurs during Black History Month in the United Kingdom.
Photographer Sim Chi Yin's documentary intimately documents the life of former gold miner He Quangui, one of the millions of Chinese workers struggling with silicosis.
Photojournalist tells the story of women and girls, in some instances, in desperate straits because their husbands died during the past decades of conflict in their country.
Original illustration by Marty Two Bulls Jr. / High Country News. United States, 2020.
Join journalist Tristan Ahtone and historian Robert Lee for a virtual Talks @ Pulitzer digging into the Pulitzer Center-supported High Country News reporting project, multi-year...
Nick Schifrin and Zack Fannin will discuss their PBS NewsHour reporting on Russia, Ukraine, NATO, and the Baltics.   
Pulitzer Center grantee and award-winning documentary photographer Daniella Zalcman will speak on her recent reporting covering the assimilation of indigenous youth in Canada and the persecuted LGBT...
Conversation around documentary continues, aiming to engage communities around the question of homophobia in Jamaica.
Join the Pulitzer Center's Tom Hundley, and journalists Stephen Sapienza, Ameto Akpe and Christine Russell, for a discussion about the environmental costs of globalization.
Filmmaker screens documentary on the influence of religion in China's response to environmental crises.
Education of women and girls in Pakistan is the topic of Pulitzer Center-supported journalist's talk at Campus Consortium partner.
Image by George Steinmetz. China, 2018.
Today, we live with the problem of climate change as if it were an inevitability. But that wasn’t always the case.
Pulitzer Center journalist speaks about building a movement for sustainable, resilient health systems.
Journalists and public health experts including Liberian deputy minister of health on hand at Johns Hopkins-Pulitzer Center 2015 symposium examining lessons learned from outbreak.
Filmmakers and journalists from Canada and China connect in California for exploration of growing environmental crisis and how religion might play a role in solutions.
Photographer and journalist share their reporting on Russian crackdown and the impact on individuals lives, prevention and treatment of HIV/AIDS.
Nicholas Kristof talk on his latest book connects with Boston University Campus Consortium panel on the consequences of malnutrition and efforts to give children a better head start.
Almost 1 in 5 women in Japanese prisons is a senior. In the vast majoriy of those cases, the women were found guilty of shoplifting.  Image by Shiho Fukada.
Emmy-nominated visual journalist focuses on 15 of her images. She shares stage with nine other Photoville artists.  
Next Newseum-Pulitzer Center series segment focuses on how the church in Jamaica responds to the challenges of HIV/AIDS, stigma and discrimination and of efforts to raise public awareness.
Inspired by the Everyday Africa project, middle school students from DC public schools contribute to the exhibition.
Collaborative cross-country reporting project documenting the lives of America's poor aims to spark conversations on growing income inequality in the U.S., poverty around the world.
Student fellow who also traveled to Peru joins Wake Forest University professor for this Campus Consortium visit to Westchester Community College.
Pulitzer Center Campus Consortium student fellow presents her reporting from Kiribati, where she learned how villagers are combating rising sea levels.
Jonathan Katz and Allison Shelley consider what Clinton family influence on island of Hispaniola means for present state of Haiti and future foreign policy of another possible Clinton administration.
Carl Gierstorfer and Erika Check Hayden shine light on stories of survival and heroism in Liberia and Sierra Leone on Thursday, September 17.
Will Cuba’s restless 20-somethings stick around to see how their nation evolves?
"The Pipeline of Dreams" program based on Pulitzer Center grantee's reporting on Nepalese migrant workers who risk their lives at jobs around the world.
As part of the latest Campus Consortium visit to SIUC, filmmaker Stephen Sapienza focuses on the environmental and sociopolitical factors contributing to Peru's gold rush.
Pulitzer Center staffers travel to New Orleans to teach global social responsibility and global citizenship through storytelling and sharing of our Lesson Builder.
What is going on with our oceans? Award-winning 'Sea Change' reporter takes his investigation to Campus Consortium partner.
Jonathan Katz and Allison Shelley lead workshop during the International Conference on Conflict Resolution Education held this year at George Mason University.
A series of panels and workshops exploring the intersection of gender and the most critical issues of our time—from property rights to global health and international security.
Executive director draws on experiences as reporter, reasoning behind creation of Pulitzer Center for library lecture.
Screening and discussion focuses on the investigative reporting involved in documentary about the origins of HIV.
Journalist endured 977 days in captivity at the hands of Somali pirates. At the Wilson Center, he shares his story and considers some of the myths surrounding hostage-taking.
Unpredictable Past: History & Putin's Russia event flier. Image courtesy of Alamy stock photo.
How does Russia's past inform its future? Our panel of experts, including Marvin Kalb, Nina Krushcheva, Andrew Weiss, and Gregory Feifer, discuss Russia's legacy from the 1917 Russian Revolution...
Image by David Rochkind. Moldova, 2010.
Photojournalist David Rochkind moderates discussion on World TB Day.
Tiziana Lembo (left) and Alison Peel take samples from bats while children watch in Morogoro, Tanzania. Image by Alexander Torrence. Tanzania.
Pulitzer Center journalist grantee Mark Johnson reveals how human activity has contributed to the spread of outbreaks like Zika and Ebola.
Pulitzer Center grantee Lisa Palmer joins author Meera Subramanian to discuss grassroots sustainability efforts in India and around the globe.
The Pulitzer Center's Nathalie Applewhite and Stephanie Hanes present the Center's strategies for telling under-reported international stories in a rapidly changing media landscape.
Meet two best friends and world-class acrobats from remote corners of the globe who share the same dream: To bring hope and change to their struggling communities through circus.
Co-creator of "Everyday Africa" introduces Campus Consortium students to life in Africa via interactive website.
Pulitzer Center screens detective-like medical mystery documentary on the origins of HIV. Filmmaker on hand to answer questions.
Michael Hayden, Ameto Akpe and Daniella Zalcman discuss the common link between their reporting—the dual crisis of HIV and human rights.
Institute for Policy Studies Foreign Policy in Focus hosts Reese Erlich to discuss his new book "Inside Syria: the Backstory of Their Civil War and What the World Can Expect."
Michael Scott Moore's book, released July 2018. Image Courtesy of Harper Collins Publishers. United States, 2018.
Author and journalist Michael Scott Moore weaves together personal narrative and investigative journalism as he tells of his time in captivity.  
American University, in partnership with the Luce Foundation and the Pulitzer Center, brings together journalists and academics to consider the role of religion in climate change debate, activism.
Marvin Kalb explores how today's newsrooms can innovate while maintaining quality. He moderates a discussion with Pulitzer Center Executive Director Jon Sawyer and colleagues from CNN and BuzzFeed.
"Super Human (AKA Mecca)"
We love running photography workshops and exploring issues with local students and our journalists. But if students don't have equipment, we need to make sure cameras are available for them.
Center for Transatlantic Relations at Johns Hopkins SAIS screens documentary on homophobia in Jamaica as part of 2015 program.
Photographer's digital documentary project combines geotagged photographs with census data to create modern portrait of poverty in the US.
Berlin session 'Ebola: Assessment, Treatment and Prevention' includes preview trailer of Carl Gierstorfer's latest film on Liberian communities' responses to epidemic.
Festival of art and technology exhibits "KCR," Ivan Sigal's installation about the defunct Karachi Circular Railway in Pakistan.
Cambodia's sex workers have been forced underground, making their jobs far riskier. Join us for a discussion with video journalist Steve Sapienza.
Carl Gierstorfer's Pulitzer Center-supported film at Berlin's Kino International, coinciding with World Health Summit.
BMW Foundation hosts journalists Amy Maxmen and Carl Gierstorfer for a discussion on the realities of covering a deadly virus and the vulnerable populations affected.
Photographer-journalist explore Indian public health concerns from deterioration of hospitals to individuals on society's fringes battling HIV/AIDs epidemic.
Outlets are more dependent than ever on freelance journalists. And the risks those freelancers face have never been greater. What should we do to help them get their jobs done while staying safe?
Photographer and journalist consider how to create work to spark public engagement on issues surrounding poverty.
Linda Matchan explores two circuses on opposites sides of the world in this documentary.
Join the Pulitzer Center for a film screening and discussion on the impact of natural resource extraction on the environment, indigenous populations, public health and corporate responsibility.
Bulgarian-born photojournalist brings a unique perspective on the ebb and flow of communism in a country like Cuba.
Following a screening of his documentary, filmmaker Carl Gierstorfer discusses the origins of HIV with one of the primary scientists whose work is featured.
Talks focus on Pulitzer Center's mission and its efforts at supporting journalists worldwide to explore systemic crises and engage diverse audiences.
Journalist Jason Motlagh and Bangladeshi photographer Atish Saha share stories from their reporting on the Rana Plaza collapse, and reflections on the current state of the garment industry.
Educational organization serving the Caribbean LGBTQ community screens documentary that exposes the roots of homophobia in Jamaican society as part day-long launch celebration at the Queens Museum.
A two-day conference exploring the root causes of conflict and how to solve them short of war.
Pulitzer Center senior advisor discusses his latest book at Politics and Prose in Washington, DC.
Join us for a conversation with Pulitzer Center grantees Nora FitzGerald and Misha Friedman, and special guest Dmitry Chizhevsky, a Russian who was a victim of anti-LGBT violence.
Documentary photographer uses his work to shape the intimate stories of those harmed by violence and the aftermath of a bloody civil war.
Award-winning photojournalist discusses his drone photography and increasing uses of drones for surveillance and commercial purposes both in the U.S. and abroad.
Concerns of safety in India's hospitals topic of presentation by Pulitzer Center grantees
Former National Security Advisor Stephen Hadley, former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, and Pulitzer Center Executive Director Jon Sawyer at Washington University discussing A New Approach to the Middle East. United States, 2017.
What next for the Middle East? Former administration officials seek new policy solutions harnessing the resources and human capital of the region.
Misha Friedman's photography that focuses on the fear of being gay in Russia will be at FotoWeekDC 2015.
Photojournalist discusses his reporting on human rights, from immigration issues to conflict zones.
The 2015 CUGH Annual Conference in Boston, MA, will include Pulitzer Center short film screenings in a segment called "Rethink Global Health."
ICWA and IOM host day-long series of panels to decipher how coverage of the refugee and migrant crisis has influenced national and international policies.
Tomas van Houtryve joins others who focus on drones and their impact during a panel at New York's International Center of Photography.
Circus performance is both entertainment and art. In some parts of the world, it’s also survival.
Two Pulitzer Center grantees visit Triad Campus Consortium partners to explore the stories of people behind the fight against Ebola in Liberia.
Two Pulitzer Center-supported documentaries screen during festival, journalists on hand to discuss.
At this year's NABJ convention, the Pulitzer Center is partnering with NABJ Global Journalism Task Force to present two programs on Friday, August 3, 2018, at the Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance...
Pulitzer Center Executive Director Jon Sawyer moderates conversation with Tawakkol Karman who advocates for the safety of women and for women's rights in her native Yemen.
Filmmaker Carl Gierstorfer's explores origins of HIV in his detective-like medical mystery documentary.
Image by Allison Shelley. Haiti, 2018.
Evening program brings together journalism, poetry and photography to focus attention on Haiti, 10 years after the country's devastating earthquake. 
How will our lives be affected as the world population climbs to 9 billion by 2050?
Image by Jennifer Redfearn. Carteret Islands, 2010.
The D.C. Environmental Film Festival will be showing Jennifer Redfearn and Tim Metzger's Oscar-nominated short documentary at the AED Globe Theater.
Image courtesy of Pop-Up Magazine.
Experience the work of Xyza Cruz Bacani and Natalie Keyssar via this live magazine at the Lincoln Theater in Washington, D.C. 
Researcher Delano Campos scales an 80-meter tower at the Amazon Tall Tower Observatory to collect air samples and maintain instruments. Image by Victor Moriyama. Brazil, 2019.
The Pulitzer Center, Fundación Gabo, and Grupo ISA host the first of four bilingual, free seminars.
Join the Pulitzer Center's Director of Development and Outreach Ann Peters at this year's Journalism Education Association and National Scholastic Press Association convention in Washington, DC. for...
Grantee Jacob Kushner speaks to students at the University of Wisconsin-Madison about the mysteriously rising Caribbean lakes in Haiti and the Dominican Republic.
House boats appear next to the shoreline of Bidwell Canyon on Lake Oroville in Northern California on November 25, 2014. Lake Oroville is California's second largest reservoir, and is currently 70% empty as a result of the state's severe drought. Image by Tomas van Houtryve. United States, 2014.
Photojournalist discusss his new project on the U.S.-Mexico border with Pulitzer Center executive director at CatchLight's events series celebrating visual storytelling.
Session occurs in conjunction with World Food Prize's 2014 Borlaug Dialogue International Symposium, challenge to feed 9 billion by 2050.
Still from the video by Melissa Noel. Jamaica, 2017.
Award-winning freelance multimedia journalist discusses the complexities of migration on the island of Jamaica and the impact on children in particular.  
Hundreds of DC students share images capturing daily life in Washington, D.C., as part of the Everyday DC exhibition, on view at the Southwest Arts Club March 1-31, 2017.
Micah Fink's award-winning documentary on homophobia in Jamaica returns to NYC.
Author Roger Thurow speaks at two-day 2018 Global Food Security Symposium.
Join grantee Kathleen McLaughlin and guests for a conversation on fake malaria drugs on April 25, World Malaria Day at 9am ET.
“Everyday DC,” a photography exhibition that visualizes daily life in Washington, D.C. through the eyes of DC public middle school students, opens on March 11, 2020
Join David Rochkind at Washington University in St. Louis for "The Way Through: Daily Life and the Business of Smuggling in Mexican Border Towns."
The College of William and Mary's International Relations Club along with the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, Muscarelle Museum of Art, and Branch Out International will be hosting the 4th...
We are accepting pitches for international and domestic reporting projects at AAJA 19. Reserve your spot today!
Students will practice composing letters in response to under-reported news stories. Letters crafted in this workshop can be entered into the Center's 2020 letter-writing contest!
Pulitzer Center Executive Director Jon Sawyer and Pulitzer Center journalist Steve Sapienza will attend the upcoming World Water Week in Stockholm, Sweden. Organized by the Stockhom International...
See the film and hear from award-winning UK filmmaker on how Congolese women are building community, rebuilding self-worth after surviving rape.
Image by Raphael Salazar. Panama, 2017.
Latin American journalists focus on indigenous rights in Panama as a highway across forested territories threatens traditional ways of life.
At the University of Florida, Parkinson’s disease patient Russell Price undergoes surgery to implant a deep brain stimulation (DBS) lead
Join Pulitzer Center and Global Health NOW at the 2017 CUGH conference for a workshop on ways to better communicate research and field experience.
Photojournalist focuses his lens on a changing climate in China, environmental and public health concerns over pollution in India.
Join the Pulitzer Center and McGill University Global Health Programs for a global health communications workshop featuring journalists Seema Yasmin and Allison Shelley.
Pulitzer Center grantees visit Wake Forest University and discuss with broader community, ROTC students how a U.S. infantry division combats Ebola in Liberia.
New book by Pulitzer Center grantee examines controversial Human Terrain program that embeds social scientists, anthropologists with US troops.
Photographer Sim Chi Yin's reporting intimately explores the lives of low-waged migrant workers living in the catacombs of former nuclear bomb shelters and windowless rooms under Beijing high rises.
Image by Shutterstock.
Science magazine's senior correspondent shares his in-depth reporting, part of the Pulitzer Center-supported "The Science of COVID-19" project.
Veteran journalist Reese Erlich speaks on the "Arab Spring from Syria to Egypt and Gaza" to launch the South Dakota State University-Pulitzer Center Campus Consortium partnership.
Wet snow immediately melts as it touches the ground, contributing to the muddy squalor at La Rinconada mine. Peru, 2019. Image by James Whitlow Delano.
Pulitzer Center grantee James Whitlow Delano brings his ongoing Instagram project from the digital space to a photographic exhibit for audiences to experience in person while considering the effects ...
Dr. Seema Yasmin
Join the Pulitzer Center and the Washington Teachers Union for a presentation with Dr. Seema Yasmin on navigating reporting about the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sean Gallagher visited the Health, Science, and Environmental Reporting class at American University in Washington, DC. He presented his work on desertification and disappearing wetlands in China.
How do you see your world? Join us on Thursday, January 22, to see how Washington, D.C. students see theirs.
Image courtesy of New America.
Pulitzer Center and New America program explores the political, legal and human dimensions of what a border wall might mean for thousands of families and organizations in the United States.
Message from Center for Journalism Ethics at the University of Wisconsin at Madison Stephen J.A. Ward: As center director, I invite you to join leading journalists, scholars, and media...
Pulitzer Center grantee explores the lives of women in the Arab world, including driving protests and a changed work force in Saudi Arabia with women entering the retail industry for the first time.
Educators from the 2016 workshop explore reporting and global topics with journalists who presented earlier in the day. Image by Evey Wilson. United States, 2016.
Pulitzer Center and University of Chicago Summer Institute for Educators 2017—This two-day workshop hosted by the Pulitzer Center and UChicago brings together award-winning journalists with educators...
Facing History's Second Annual Day of Learning is focused on confronting evil in individuals and societies.
Pulitzer Center Senior Editor Tom Hundley joins the panel to speak on fundraising proposals and pitching at NABJ 18.
A public park is seen from above in San Francisco. California is a major center for the development and manufacture of military UAVs–Genderal Atomic builds its Predators and Reapers in the state–and the Bay Area in particular is hub of the expanding consumer-drone market. Image by Tomas van Houtryve. United States, 2014.
Tomas van Houtryve's award-winning photos exhibition opens in October at the Anastasia Photo Gallery.
Managing Editor Nathalie Applewhite and Executive Editor Marina Walker Guevara discuss the importance of under-reported news stories, and share methods for finding, exploring, and evaluating them.
Listen to Pulitzer Prize-winner Paul Salopek speak at the University of Pennsylvania November 8. Paul is walking around the world to examine the most pressing issues of our time--slowly.
St. Louis Public Radio and the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting will co-host an event on civil asset forfeiture and ideas about reform on October 17, 2019. United States, 2019.
St. Louis Public Radio is hosting a community meeting on their Pulitzer Center-sponsored civil asset forfeiture reporting.
Image courtesy of TheGrio. United States, 2020.
The film grapples with questions of identity, asking what it means to be a descendent of enslaved Africans in Latin America and the Caribbean today.
Crisis reporting in the digital era: how do foreign correspondents tell stories in a new media age?
From Ullens Center for Contemporary Art: UCCA welcomes two-time Pulitzer Center Grant recipient Sean Gallagher, who has spent the past two years traveling across China documenting the country's...
Talks @ Pulitzer welcomes journalist Alice Su, whose Pulitzer Center-supported project considers the mix of refugees in the region and their efforts to forge a way forward.
Abdullah Abed al-Abdeli, age 12, whose father died in an airstrike in Northern Yemen. Image by Tyler Hicks/The New York Times. Yemen. 2018.
Join Pulitzer Center grantee Jeffrey Stern and Davidson College student fellows Aman Madan and AJ Naddaff for a discussion on the experiences of journalists reporting from conflict zones.
Foreign correspondent Nick Schifrin leads a webinar for educators on the impact of President Xi Jinping's leadership on China.
Middle East Studies Film: Obama's Iraq April 14, 2009 at 7:30 pm Johnson Center, Cinema The film is followed by a question and answer session with director Rick Rowley, who reported Iraq:...
Sonia Shah and Carl Gierstorfer speak to students about their reporting and how to better communicate health issues including the impacts of infectious diseases.
A man walks over rocks near to a glacial lake that has formed at the base of the Dagu Glacier on the southeast edge of the Tibetan Plateau. The glacier has been reducing in size in recent years as a result of rising temperatures in the region. Image by Sean Gallagher. China, 2012.
Photojournalist focuses on environment, global health and communities, especially in Asia, as part of three-city U.S. tour to schools and college campuses.  
Filmmaker Fiona Lloyd-Davies on hand for screening, part of evening focus on rape and gender violence during conflict.
Image by George Steinmetz. Antarctica, 2018.
Pulitzer Center grantees writer Nathaniel Rich and photographer George Steinmetz bring their reporting for "Losing Earth" to the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies.  
Chicago exhibit features Tomas van Houtryve's photography peering into the borderland of North Korea.
Photographer uses double exposure portraits to tell the stories of indigenous Canadians placed in boarding schools to force their assimilation.
Join us in Baltimore for a discussion on whether media coverage can drive progress on non-communicable diseases.
Grantee journalists Alice Su and Nick Street join Pultizer Center executive director Jon Sawyer for discussions on challenges covering religion and on the Middle East refugee crisis.  
Did you ever wonder what a day on the job might be like for a journalist reporting from one of the most deadly areas in the world? Find out from three Pulitzer Center grantees covering drug wars.
A 30-minute-old male calf is shown on the Mess family farm in Watertown. Image by Mark Hoffman. United States, 2019.
As part of the Pulitzer Center-sponsored project—Dairyland in Distress—local farmers and industry experts will participate in a panel discussion about the future of dairy farming in Wisconsin.
Sean Gallagher discusses China's environmental crises with students and faculty at Davidson College.
Join Rebecca Hamilton, Sudan correspondent and author of Fighting for Darfur as she discusses the challenges and opportunities facing a two–state Sudan. Rebecca Hamilton has reported from Sudan for...
Sign up to talk about your story ideas and learn more about the Pulitzer Center's support for reporting projects covering regions and topics of global importance.  
Children at the tent camp in Matamoros in March 2020. Image by Acacia Coronado. Mexico, 2020.
What do U.S. policies mean for migrants and their families today? What has it meant even before the pandemic including for veterans deported after serving in the U.S. armed forces. 
The Pulitzer Center presents reporting projects under the gateway "Women - Children - Crisis" at the Columbia University's journalism school.
Grantee Nicolas Pelham speaks about his book, Holy Lands: Reviving Pluralism in the Middle East, and the optimism he holds for the trouble region's future.
Panelists from Howard University, Morgan State University, NPR, Al Jazeera America and Bloomberg News participate.
What is the role of the media and public health specialist in the fight against HIV, stigma and discrimination?
Still from We Became Fragments. Image courtesy of Luisa Conlon, Lacy ‎Roberts, and Hanna Miller. Canada, 2018.
Documentary focused on a Syrian teenager's new life in Canada screens at the Scandinavia House on the margins of the opening of the 73rd UN General Assembly.
Photographer speaks about her "Signs of Your Identity" reporting.
A Pulitzer Center grantee photographer, two staff members and a local broadcast producer will appear on a panel at McKinley Technology High School to speak on the importance of mass media education.
Author and retired gastroenterologist from Washington, DC, uses anecdotes and examples from his more than 30 years of medical practice to consider 'choosing a better death at an advanced age.'
Join the Pulitzer Center for another talks@pulitzer event, this time for a focus on Russia with journalists Joshua Yaffa and Anna Nemtsova. Nemtsova is the 2012 Persephone Miel fellow.
Former FARC members living in transition zones have painted their homes and public areas with colourful murals of the group's leaders, like this one in Tumaco. Image by Mariana Palau/TNH. Colombia, 2019.
Pulitzer Center grantee journalist Mariana Palau speaks about what's next for Colombia and its people.    
How can Americans connect with solutions to the challenge of sustaining a planet as the world population climbs to 9 billion by 2050?
Photo by James Whitlow Delano
The photography of Pulitzer Center grantee James Whitlow Delano will be shown at the Palazzo Re Enzo in Bologna, Italy. His project, Little People: How "Green" Bio-Fuel is Destroying the...
Image courtesy of Daniella Zalcman.
Pulitzer Center grantee Daniella Zalcman visits LaGuardia Community College for a focus on the intergenerational impact of residential schools for indigenous communities.
Les journalistes expérimentés partageront leurs réflexions sur l’utilisation des données dans le journalisme d’investigation sur des sujets environnementales.
The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting Presents: SCARS AND STRIPES: LIBERIAN YOUTH AFTER THE WAR A multimedia presentation and discussion of child soldiers both in Liberia and around the...
Our grantee visits the University of Maine to talk about human and labor rights.
After an exhausting day-long flight, Syrian refugee Taimaa Abazli takes a bus from Talinn, Estonia, to her new home in rural Polva, a village of 6000 people. Photo by Lynsey Addario. Estonia, 2017.
"Finding Home," a Pulitzer Center and TIME project that follows three mothers amidst Europe's refugee crisis will be exhibited at FotoWeek DC starting November 11.
POSTPONED TALK on how one military family channeled grief into action and a focus on more support for mental illness and suicide prevention.
Image by Stefano Liberti and Enrico Parenti from 'Soyalism' Trailer.
Enrico Parenti and Stefano Liberti’s Pulitzer Center-supported film follows the entire chain of pork production and considers what stakeholders think of the process.
In eastern Turkey, Paul Salopek leads his mule past the Karakuş royal tomb, built in the first century B.C. by one of the area’s many ruling states. When Syrians began to pour over the border 70 miles to the south, he and photographer John Stanmeyer drove down separately to report on the situation. Image by by John Stanmeyer/National Geographic.
Don Belt leads workshop on slow journalism at San Diego State University.
How to use big data, crowd-sourcing and immersive video to report on the world's fastest growing religion.
Protesters voice their opposition to the current liberal South Korean government's "Sunshine" policy of pursuing peace talks with North Korea. Image by Rachel Oswald. South Korea, 2018.
Reporting from South Korea, Russia, Iran, Pakistan and India featured in visit to North Carolina Campus Consortium partner. 
Wild conflicts, fluid trenches raise risk for those covering conflict. Join veteran journalist Frank Greve for joint Pulitzer Center-ICWA talk on June 3.
In Tijuana, a man walks at sunrise along the border fence where it meets the Pacific Ocean. Image by Erika Schultz. Mexico, 2019.
Pulitzer grantees Corinne Chin and Erika Schulz discuss their reporting on violence against women in Ciudad Juárez, and the current situation at the Mexico-U.S. border, with Washington State Poet...
The Lumix Festival for Young Photojournalism features Dominic Bracco's multimedia piece about a boy's passion for music in Ciudad Juarez.
The Rothermel Foundation will be hosting a panel titled "Africa Beyond the Stereotypes" to discuss the future of democracy in Africa and the obstacles of engaging the greater public's interest....
Grantee photographer Maye-E Wong is presenting her Pulitzer Center-funded Associated Press reporting project "Rohingya Under Attack" at AAJA 19.
Students will practice composing letters in response to under-reported news stories. Letters begun in this workshop can be entered into Pulitze Center's 2020 letter-writing contest!
The Glass Closet videos on homophobia and HIV/AIDS in Jamaica will be screened in DC on 8/30. Q&A with journalist Lisa Biagiotti will follow.
British Consulate and McGill's Institute for Gender, Sexuality and Feminist Studies team up for documentary's Montreal premiere, kick-off of North America visit.
A midwife cares for a newborn baby at the Independent Public Health CAre Center in Myślenice, Poland. Image by Natalia Ojewska for The Texas Tribune. Poland, 2018.
Award winning journalist Marissa Evans joins Pulitzer Center staff for an interactive workshop on reporting on underreported global health issues for the world’s leading publications.
Georgiy—or Zhora, as he likes to be known—is a 28-year-old musician, who has been living in a dorm in Kiev since the summer. At first, he had to go to the clinic each day for his substitution therapy—a four-hour round trip. Image by Misha Friedman. Crimea, 2014.
Pulitzer Center grantees Misha Friedman and Nora Fitzgerald visit Smith College.
Filmmaker, Jamaican LGBT activist join in screening of award-winning documentary on homophobia in Jamaica.
Image from Pulitzer Center project 'Pumped Dry: The Global Crisis of Vanishing Groundwater.' Image by Steve Elfers. United States, 2015.
Journalist Brett Walton shares his reporting from Cape Town as it faces severe water shortages.  
Local communities, U.S. military bring different strengths and different ideas to fighting Ebola in Liberia.
Borderland: In the Shadow of North Korea
Pulitzer Center grantee Tomas van Houtryve’s project “Borderline North Korea,” documents North Korea’s 1400 km border with China and the D.M.Z. separating it from South Korea.
Emmy Award-winning journalist Steve Sapienza and student fellow Yasmin Bendaas share the stage at Wake Forest University, discussing their unique reporting projects.
Image courtesy of NOLA Critical Edge Film & Live Art Festival. United States, 2019.
"Ballet and Bullets: Dancing out of the Favela," the story of a group of young Brazilian ballerinas caught up in narco turf wars, will screen at the NOLA Critical Edge Film & Live Art Festival. 
Graphic courtesy of San Diego State University School of Journalism and Media Studies.
This webinar collaboration with San Diego State University’s School of Journalism and Media Studies discusses the Darien Gap, one of the most dangerous migration routes to the U.S.
Sean Gallagher's photograph from his reporting on the wetlands of China
Pulitzer Center photojournalist Sean Gallagher visited the British Embassy in Beijing, China to share his work on China's wetlands and deserts. The visit was part of a program by the embassy's Eco...
War crime allegations, human rights reporting and recent political developments part of focus on Sri Lanka.
Animal skull on a conservation. Image by Martin Totland. South Africa, 2017.
Pulitzer Center grantee Jacopo Ottaviani joins senior producer Steve Sapienza for a conversation on the impact of data journalism on African newsrooms and its potential for collaboration around the...
National Council for the Social Studies, 88th Annual Conference, Houston, Texas November 14-16
Three two-time Pulitzer Prize winners now associated with the Pulitzer Center reflect on the reporting that won the awards and how Pulitzer values have inspired their work since.
How do journalists and scientists explain climate change to the public? Can they do a better job?
Polar Night. Image by Eli Kintisch. Arctic Ocean, 2017.
Pulitzer Center Grantee Eli Kintisch joins fellow journalist Mike Lucibella to share the adventures and discoveries they made in some of the planet's most extreme regions.
Conversation in conjunction with 'Africa's Children of Arms' exhibition considers how photography tells the stories of haunted pasts and of hope for the future.
Libyans attempt to flee violence by crossing the border into Tunisia. Image by Paolo Pellegrin. Tunisia, 2011.
Journalist Scott Anderson's talk on "Fractured Lands" at Wake Forest University marks launch of Pulitzer Center's NewsArts, an ongoing exploration of the intersections of news and art.
MIKE PINAY, Qu’Appelle Indian Residential School, 1953-1963. “It was the worst ten years of my life. I was away from my family from the age of 6 to 16. How do you learn about family? I didn’t know what love was. We weren’t even known by names back then. I was a number.” “Do you remember your number?” “73.” Image by Daniella Zalcman. Canada, 2016.
Pulitzer Center grantee presents her award-winning project "Signs of Your Identity: Forced Assimiliation Education for Indigenous Youth."
Join Joshua Kucera for a discussion on his recently released paper "U.S. Military Aid to Central Asia: Who Benefits?"
Salome Verkoville, 10 from Boston sits on Nauset Beach. Image by John Tlumacki. United States, 2019.
Climate change is beginning to affect Cape Cod. What does it mean for the future of the area?
Image courtesy of Global Investigative Journalism Network.
Join the Global Investigative Journalism Network for a conversation featuring Pulitzer Center Executive Editor Marina Walker Guevara and five investigative journalists from around the world.
Pulitzer Center grantees take part in a panel discussion on redefining crisis photography at the George Washington University as part of FotoWeek DC.
Greening the Beige presents Sean Gallagher's photography as part of their month-long cultural event, "Plant Your Seed". Focused on "exploring natural and urban ecosystems" through creative and...
Journalist examines how refugees--whether newcomers or long-time--survive in Jordan and Lebanon when they are forbidden to work.
Traditionally, women of Nepalese origin do tea plucking in Darjeeling district. Image by Esha Chhabra. India, 2017.
Pulitzer Center grantee journalist visits Campus Consortium partner University of California Berkeley, presenting her reporting and meeting with students in classes and one-on-one sessions.
A soldier walks through an alley in the vicinity of Methar Lam. Image by Cpl. James L. Yarboro. Afghanistan, 2005.
Investigative reporter May Jeong leads a webinar for educators on peace, conflict, and human rights in Afghanistan.
Monday, April 20: 4:00-5:15 p.m. at Southern Illinois University (SIU) Carbondale, Law School Auditorium, 1150 Douglas Drive, Carbondale (campus map)
Pulitzer Center and Global Health NOW host workshop on communicating research and field experience through news media at the 2016 Annual CUGH Conference.
Workshop with Everyday Africa
How do the images that students see impact their perceptions of the world? How accurately do these images represent the daily lives of global communities? How can students apply visual literacy,...
Explore communities on the fringes of Chinese society with Pulitzer Center grantee photojournalist Sim Chi Yin.
Join the journalists behind the landmark issue of The New York Times Magazine that has sparked a global conversation on climate. Rhea Suh, president of NRDC, will provide addition...
Tomas van Houtryve's drone photography short featured among other photography focusing on surveillance at East Wing Gallery in Dubai.
Photographer presents her work including images from her new book published by FotoEvidence, "Signs of Your Identity".
Join Sam Loewenberg and Roger Thurow at the BMW Foundation in Berlin on October 23.
Signs of Your Identity, by Daniella Zalcman. Image courtesy of FotoEvidence.
Pulitzer Center grantees and staff discuss the intersection of history and journalism.
The Poynter News University invites high school and college classes to join photojournalist Larry Price on April 11 to discuss gold mining and child labor in the Philippines and Burkina Faso.
Erin Siegal McIntyre for WBEZ, Courtesy of veterans. Image by María Inés Zamudio.
Conversation part of Campus Consortium partner events that include reporting fellowship information session led by Pulitzer Center staff and 2019 BU fellow.  
Join us at "Dimensions of Diversity," the annual NCSS conference in Washington, DC on December 2 and 3.
Join Rebecca Hamilton, Sudan correspondent and author of Fighting for Darfur as she discusses the challenges and opportunities facing a two–state Sudan. Rebecca Hamilton has reported from Sudan for...
Image courtesy of National Association of Black Journalists.
Pulitzer Center grantee journalists Bunni Elian, Roxanne Scott, and Melissa Noel headline panel discussion at the 2019 NABJ Region I Conference in Virginia.
Court records show that Missouri's federally funded drug task forces have often failed to set up required oversight commissions, failed to hold oversight meetings in public and repeatedly failed to respond to Sunshine Act requests for public information. Image by David Kovaluk. 
Journalist and attorney William Freivogel moderates webinar organized by the Missouri Historical Society
Iason Athanasiadis will be speaking at Southern Illinois University - Carbondale on October 12 at 10 a.m. in Quigley 208. Iason has reported for the Pulitzer Center from Greece, Turkey and Iran....
Next steps for the devastated Yazidi community topic of Campus Consortium talk. Student fellows report back on their projects too.
Multimedia Projects Coordinator Meghan Dhaliwal curates exhibit examining how what we wear every day affects communities thousands of miles away-or sometimes even closer.
Marvin Kalb hosts The Kalb Report at the National Press Club on October 1, 2018.
Marvin Kalb leads conversation with fellow journalists Ted Koppel, Brian Stelter, David Folkenflik and Emily Rooney.
Cheryl Hatch's photo provides intimate portrait of Liberians praying on New Year's Eve to "let this Ebola end."
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Is the end of AIDS near? Journalists Jon Cohen, Amy Maxmen and Misha Friedman discuss their reporting and what they've found from around the world.
Join us at this month's talks @ pulitzer for a triple dose of talented photojournalists speaking on border-related issues: Pulitzer Center grantees Tomas van Houtryve, Louie Palu and Greg Constantine.
Alexei Navalny, Putin's opposition, at a campaign event. Image from PBS NewsHour. Russia, 2017.
How is Russia working to reshape its national identity? Hear from a journalist who spent weeks in the country examining everything from bilateral relationships to the fate of Vladimir Putin’s enemies...
Pulitzer Center grantee Joanne Silberner and the Pulitzer Center's Health Projects Director speak at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine about Silberner's series on global cancer.
Pulitzer Center grantees Jina Moore and Fred de Sam Lazaro team up at Saint Mary's University of Minnesota to focus on fragile nations around the globe and their impact on local US communities.
Ezidiar, 9, plays with an oil slick running through the agricultural land below the refinery. Image by Sebastian Meyer. Iraq, 2015.
Photojournalist Sebastian Meyer visits Davidson College as part of the Campus Consortium initiative. 
Photojournalist David Rochkind will discuss his photography and the global tuberculosis crisis at Brandeis University.
The photography of Pulitzer Center grantee James Whitlow Delano will be shown at the Palazzo Re Enzo in Bologna, Italy. His project, Little People: How "Green" Bio-Fuel is Destroying the...
A photography exhibition inspired by Everyday Africa highlights images taken by third grade students from Winston-Salem/Forsyth County schools.
Image Courtesy of Pulitzer Center.
The Rainforest Journalism Fund —Congo Basin and the Pulitzer Center are continuing free webinars for environmental journalists reporting from the greater Congo Basin.
The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting and Civitas Associates took the latestGlobal Gateway initiative to St. Louis where they engaged hundreds of students in a discussion about Liberia.
Journalist and author Nicolas Pelham talks about the optimism he has for the Middle East.
At a protest the evening following a mass beach shooting attack, a Tunisian man in Sousse holds up a banner in French and Arabic condemning ISIL and showing solidarity with the foreign tourists who were targeted. Image by Alice Su. Tunisia, 2015.
Pulitzer Center grantee Alice Su and Senior Education Manager Fareed Mostoufi lead a workshop for teachers in southern New Jersey and Philadelphia that focuses on methods for conducting meaningful...
Panel draws on expertise of journalists, torture survivor on how to stay safe while reporting around the world.
Sunni fighters who oppose the Islamic State take up formation along the front line near the ISIS-controlled village of Haj Ali, south of Mosul. Image by Moises Saman/Magnum Photos. Iraq, 2015.
Campus Consortium partner UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism welcomes Pulitzer Center grantee, whose reporting includes work from Iraq and Sri Lanka.  
Striding toward Bethlehem, in the West Bank, Salopek is detoured by a herder’s tattered fence, one of the first human-made barriers—other than checkpoints and border gates—he’s faced in some 2,300 miles since he started out in Ethiopia. Image by John Stanmeyer/National Geographic.
Don Belt presents slow journalism and its impact in the digital age.
Find out who is behind the big data journalism project exploring the world's fastest growing religious movement.
Executive Director Jon Sawyer discusses "Facing Risk," a film that explores the risks associated with reporting and the conversations journalists owe their loved ones. Image by Jin Ding.
More governments across the globe have been challenging the public's right to know and the media's right to tell. 
New York summer festival highlights Landay, Afghan women's folk poetry, and reporting by Pulitzer Center grantees journalist/poet Eliza Griswold, photographer Seamus Murphy.
Amsterdam in the Netherlands for the water project on Monday, November 11, 2019. Image by Chris Granger for the Times-Picayune and The Advocate. The Netherlands, 2019.
Pulitzer Center grantee Tegan Wendland moderates a panel discussion on environmental threats taking place in New Orleans.
CUNY Graduate School of Journalism Newsroom 219 W. 40th Street, Third Floor, New York, NY On April 7-8, The CUNY Graduate School of Journalism will host our inaugural film series.  This year’s...
We are accepting pitches for international and domestic reporting projects at NABJ 19. Reserve your spot today!
The BOX, a play about solitary confinement, performed at San Francisco’s Z Space in 2016. Image by Todd Sanchioni. United States, 2019.
Join playwright Sarah Shourd and actor Dameion Brown for a conversation with spatial justice activist Liz Ogbu
Public Health Outreach Specialist Kate Steger has produced a short video on the Pulitzer Center's Dying for Life gateway which will be included in the Maternal Health Digital session at the upcoming...
Persephone Miel fellow travels to Duquesne University.
Dilara, 22, and her infant arrived in Bangladesh on September 9, 2017. She had been suffering from a high fever for more than ten days. Image by Greg Constantine for the US Holocaust Memorial Museum. Bangladesh, 2017.
Hear the songs of Rohingya refugees and see photos of the ongoing crisis projected on the walls of the Holocaust Museum.
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Pulitzer Center-supported journalists and student fellows screen films and discuss their reporting, from climate change to widowhood.  
Chinese Construction Team. Image by Sean Gallagher. China, 2012.
Join Pulitzer Center grantee Sean Gallagher and Senior Editor Tom Hundley to explore China's changing environment.
DEEDEE LERAT, Marieval Indian Residential School, 1967-1970. “When I was 8, Mormons swept across Saskatchewan. So I was taken out of residential school and sent to a Mormon foster home for five years. I’ve been told I’m going to hell so many times and in so many ways. Now I’m just scared of God.” Image by Daniella Zalcman. Canada, 2016.
A talk at National Geographic will examine what "otherness" means and how we should approach it.
Please join us for the Pulitzer Center's first week-long film festival, showcasing feature-length documentary films and shorts by award-winning Pulitzer Center journalists.
Fifth grade students at Washington Yu Ying Public Charter School in Washington, DC, will present photographs and final reports from the "Walk Like a Journalist" workshop they participated in earlier...
Image by Sonia Shah. United States, 2020.
Science journalist delves into her reporting on infectious disease outbreaks, climate change, and disrupted migration patterns.
Journalist Steve Sapienza visits Guilford College as part of the Pulitzer Center Campus Consortium visit to North Carolina Triad-area universities.
Siraz is a lead singer and mandolinist. Image by Sasha Ingber. Bangladesh, 2019.
Ingber's three-day visit includes workshop for seminar students and lecture about her reporting on Rohingya refugees who continue to play their music despite threats. Her public talk opens the...
If Afrormosia goes extinct, it could threaten the forest’s resilience and stability, increasing greenhouse gas emissions and unleashing more chaotic weather on Africa and the rest of the world. It’s in everyone’s interest to protect these trees. Image by Sarah Waiswa. Democratic Republic of Congo, 2019.
In this Journalism Under Fire conference panel, three Pulitzer Center grantees from around the globe will share their work and their insights on how journalism covers environmental crises, as well as...
CHINA. A Chinese Alligator (Alligator sinensis) in the Anhui Research Center of Chinese Alligator Reproduction. 2010
Pulitzer Center photojournalist Sean Gallagher shares his work on China's wetlands at the Peng Hao Theatre in Beijing, China. The visit was part of a program by the British Embassy's Eco Shorts...
Join us for in-depth conversation about Sri Lanka's past civil war and its future.
Rahaf Mohammed Alqunun speaks from Bangkok on January 6 in this still image taken from a video obtained from social media. Image captured from social media / Reuters. Thailand, 2019.
Pulitzer Grantee Sarah Aziza will participate in a panel moderated by Pulitzer Center Executive Editor Indira Lakshmanan examining the impact of gender violence as a worldwide issue.
Photographs by Pulitzer Center grantee Andre Lambertson will be on display at the Corcoran Gallery of Art.
Pulitzer Center grantees at the International Conference on Family Planning will discuss the challenges of reporting on complicated issues in family planning and reproductive health.
Pulitzer Center at NABJ 2017 National Convention and Career Fair. Come pitch your international stories!
Why had cancer been virtually ignored by global health groups working to improve conditions in low-income countries? Find out more about the 'economics of a disease.'
Journalist Philip Brasher moderates panel for "Promise and Potential" report launch.
Daniella Zalcman presents "Signs of Your Identity" at a brown bag seminar for students and faculty at Stanford University
Image by Paula Bronstein. Ukraine, 2019.
Australia's Head On Photo Festival offers opportunity to hear from award-winning photojournalist about her latest work documenting the toll of war on Ukraine's elderly population. 
Paul Salopek speaks at Sustainable Cities Conference, Washington University in St. Louis
Melanie Saltzman at Elon University on October 21 and October 22.
Journalist visit to Campus Consortium partner focuses on her reporting for PBS NewsHour Weekend exploring how science, climate change and technology affect food security.
This webinar will introduce curricular resources for The 1619 Project developed by the Center and educators nationwide, and an exciting new opportunity for education professionals to get...
Pulitzer Center grantees share their experiences of reporting on tragedy beyond the headlines.
From Greening the Biege: "China's Growing Sands" (2009) and "China's Threatened Waters" (2010) feature signature works by award-winning photojournalist, Sean Gallagher (UK). Each piece focuses on...
Billboard with portraits of Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko and Russian president Vladimir Putin, ahead of the second round of 2019 Ukraine Presidential Election. Image by Aquatarkus / Ukraine, 2019.
Writer and Analyst Nina Jankowicz leads a webinar on the influence of disinformation on Ukraine's 2019 elections.
Join Kwame Dawes on July 12 to celebrate the launch of his new book of poetry, Hope's Hospice, inspired by the people he met while reporting on HIV/AIDS in Jamaica for the Pulitzer Center...
Three Pulitzer Center-supported journalists screen films, discuss their work during global health conference in San Francisco.
A photograph from Jake Naughton's project "Dual Shadows." Image by Jake Naughton. Kenya, 2017.
Photographer Jake Naughton's project examines the lives of those individuals seeking asylum in the West and the hostile environment in Kenya where they have sought refuge first before their hoped-for...
Filmmaker Fiona Lloyd-Davies discusses her film on one woman's mission to help Congolese rape survivors rebuild their lives.
Land reclamation works are on-going at this area of Tuas, Singapore's westernmost area where a new massive container port—the world's largest in the next 30 years—is being built. The port authority is using materials dredged from the nearby seabed and earth excavated from tunneling work on a subway line to cut use of sand by about 70 per cent in the building of this pier—which will be one of four eventually. Singapore has been short of sand for its sizeable and continual land reclamation and construction work, having bought sand from its neighboring Southeast Asian countries for decades. Image by Sim Chi Yin. Singapore, 2017.
Wilson Center environment and security programs host Pulitzer Center grantee Vince Beiser to discuss his recent book, with a focus on China's central role in the sand story.  
Award-winning photographer speaks about her Pulitzer Center-supported project, "Signs of Your Identity" that documents survivors of forced assimilation education for indigenous youth in Canada.
Jina Moore and Ameto Akpe visit Loyola University Chicago classrooms to discuss their reporting from Africa.
Multimedia projects explores metaphorical bridge linking Bolivian communities in Northern Virginia to their region of origin. 
"The Impact of Good Intentions: Telling the Story of Foreign Aid in the 21st Century." Is it necessary? Does it work? Should we or should we not we provide it?
This photo, reviewed and approved by the U.S. military, shows a guard tower in the Detention Center Zone at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba. Image by Doug Mills / The New York Times. Cuba, 2019.
Award-winning journalist has covered Guantánamo since before arrival of first detainees, in early 2002, and has remained the only journalist covering the beat on a nearly full-time basis.
EPIDEMIC: TB in the Global Community is a photography exhibit that shows how tuberculosis affects people’s lives.
Join Rebecca Hamilton, author of Fighting for Darfur and Jon Sawyer, executive director of the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting as they discuss the challenges and opportunities facing a...
Image by Sophia Newman. South Africa, 2015.
Health journalist Sophia Newman to give a lecture on her Pulitzer Center-supported project at South Dakota State University.
ALTA VERAPAZ, GUATEMALA. Carlos Tiul, an Indigenous farmer whose maize crop has failed, with his children. Image by Meridith Kohut. Guatemala, 2020.
Participants explore new models for understanding how climate change will impact migration and ways to share it with students, informed by pathbreaking new reporting from The New York Times Magazine...
Wednesday, September 30 at 7:00 p.m. Nerinx Hall High School 530 E. Lockwood Ave. Webster Groves, MO 63119 Phone: 314-968-1505 Please join us for an evening discussion of the mounting...
Executive Director Jon Sawyer and journalist Emily Feldman visit Campus Consortium partner for a day-long symposium about Yazidi refugees and human rights reporting.
Mr. Cheng and Ms. Feng are on the way to the restaurant that offers free-meals to Chinese migrant workers.  Image by Xyza Bacani. Singapore, 2017.
Pulitzer Center grantee Xyza Bacani joins a panel with other artists about their work presented in an exhibit on modern slavery at George Washington University.
Join director Micah Fink, human rights lawyer Maurice Tomlinson and International AIDS Society President Dr. Chris Beyrer for this award-winning documentary exploring homophobia in Jamaica.
Image by The Texas Tribune Festival. 
Pulitzer Center executive editor Indira Lakshmanan and Pulitzer Center grantees Marissa Evans and Julián Aguilar lead conversations around politics, maternal health and immigration.
Could the secrets to person health lie within our brains?
Join the BU Program on Crisis Response and Reporting to learn more about global health reporting opportunities with the Pulitzer Center for Communications and School of Public Health students.
Erin Banco to talk at the Pulitzer Center about her new book, "Pipe Dreams: The Plundering of Iraq's Oil Wealth,"  Image by United States, 2018.
Journalist author discusses the corruption and mismanagement of oil wealth that has lead to Iraq and Kurdistan's financial drainage.  
Coverage of Darfur fluctuates between journalists ignoring the conflict for long periods or zooming in for short bursts. The one constant: the continued suffering of the local inhabitants.
Sharon Henio-Yazzie (pictured with an abandoned school in Ramah) was one of roughly 40,000 children from 60 tribes placed in Mormon homes between 1947 and 2000. Image by Daniella Zalcman. USA, 2016.
Join Pulitzer Center grantee Daniella Zalcman as she leads students through the fundamentals of photojournalism and works with them on their story ideas.
Pulitzer Center's Nathalie Applewhite and Mark Schulte share the Pulitzer Center model with educators at 5th International Summit on Conflict Resolution Education (CRE) in Ohio.
Join Rebecca Hamilton, a special correspondent for The Washington Post and author of Fighting for Darfur, and award-winning filmmaker Jen Marlowe, director of Rebuilding Hope...
Image courtesy of Focus on the Story International Photo Festival.
Pulitzer Center grantees lead street-photography workshop and participate as guest speakers at international photography festival.
A view over the Putumayo River along the Ecuador-Colombia border. A still from the New Yorker film “SIONA: Amazon’s Defender’s Under Threat.” Image by Tom Laffay. Colombia, undated.
From the Pulitzer Center, Fundación Gabo, and Grupo ISA, a seminar on reporting that covers threats to Indigenous communities.
The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting presents International Reporting: Finding the Story, Finding a Market Monday, November 20th, 7 PM Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism 116th...
Pulitzer Center grantee explores issues of pluralism in the Middle East and his own experience in the troubled region.
National Geographic writer teaches educators how to implement multimedia storytelling in the classroom, modeled after Pulitzer Prize-winner's journey across the globe.
Paul Short examines dispossession, displacement and marginalization of the inhabitants of Istanbul’s inner city and former shantytowns.
A born-again member of the 18th Street gang now living in the Eben Ezer evangelical church. Image by Neil Brandvold. El Salvador, 2018.
Conversation at Campus Consortium partner Guttman Community Colleges revolves around journalist's reporting on gang members looking to religion for a second chance at a non-violent lifestyle. 
A National Police officer behind a riot shield is pushed backward by a crush of demonstrators during the March of the Empty Pots in Caracas in 2014, which coincided with International Women’s Day. Image by Natalie Keyssar. Venezuela, 2014.
What problems do women face in fragile states like Venezuela and South Sudan, whether living in these countries or reporting from them? Join a conversation with journalists at Campus Consortium...
Join us for Fiona Lloyd-Davies' documentary, and an exploration of journalism, policymaking and the crisis in Eastern Congo.
Cuban migrants in Panama as they made their journey to the United States. Image courtesy 14ymedio. Panama.
Three-day visit at community college system provides focus on Cuban migration. Sessions range from conversations with race and ethnic relations class at Wilbur Wright College to community forum at...
Mohammed El Kurd
Talks @ Pulitzer Jersualem focus with Pulitzer Center grantee and Just Vision filmmakers - join the discussion and watch the screening of award-winning "My Neighbourhood."
Two weeks into the Out of Eden Walk, Paul Salopek and local guides traverse the Afar region of northeastern Ethiopia. Image by John Stanmeyer / National Geographic. Ethiopia, 2013.
Paul Salopek's Out of Eden Walk and the principles of slowing down to report well are at the core of college curriculum developed by a former National Geographic editor.
Photojournalist Dominic Bracco II visits Davidson College to discuss his reporting on Juarez's Ninis—youth with little education and no job prospects living in the midst of Mexico's drug wars.
Pulitzer Center journalist Rebecca Hamilton will visit Berkeley's Graduate School of Journalism and Human Rights Center to discuss the challenges and opportunities for a two-state Sudan. This event...
Farida Parveen, a foot soldier from Bangladesh, stands in line.
Join the United Nations Foundation for a screening of "Journey of a Thousand Miles: Peacekeepers" and discussion moderated by Executive Editor Indira Lakshmanan about United Nations Peacekeeping.
This conversation will explore the ways reporters, scientists, museum curators and coastal residents discuss the science behind North Carolina’s changing coast.
Sean Gallagher - China's Disappearing Wetlands
Pulitzer Center executive director Jon Sawyer, photographer Sean Gallgaher and Pulitzer Center outreach coordinator Peter Sawyer will present "Downstream: Untold Stories on Water, Sanitation and...
The practice and art of journalism focus of sessions with students, educators.
The Greenland ice sheet holds enough water to raise sea levels roughly 23 feet if it were to melt completely. On a recent research trip, students Rosie Leone, Aidan Stansberry and Ian MacDowell used radar to map the bed of rock and soil below the ice sheet to figure out how parts of the ice sheet may move toward the ocean. Image by Amy Martin. Greenland, 2018.
To celebrate Threshold reaching its fundraising goal, journalist Amy Martin speaks with one of the leading experts on the climate change story.
Journalists introduce students and faculty to Everyday Africa, sparking conversations surrounding global learning.
Image courtesy of Jon Cohen.
Jon Cohen brings stories of an end to the HIV/AIDS epidemic to Campus Consortium partner.
A nun at St. Peter's Square. Image by Gabriel Bouys. The Holy See, 2013.
Pulitzer Center grantee and Vatican analyst talks about the future of the Papacy and the Catholic Church—institutions struggling to address sexual and financial scandals.
Journalism students from R.J. Reynolds High School explore how opportunity informs identity in their film, "Placing Identity," which they developed as part of Pulitzer Center's NewsArts initiative.
According to United Nations projections, the world's population will rise to 9.6 billion by 2050. Hunger will too. Ken Weiss joins us to discuss this rapid growth and its consequences.
Denise Fuentes and Ulises Escobedo, posing on an overlook with baby Eros, both were touched by the drug war that raged in the neighborhood below. Now they’re searching for a home there. Image by Dominic Bracco II. Mexico, 2015.
A two-day professional development workshop presented by Pulitzer Center and the University of Chicago Summer Teacher Institute.
Image by Pulitzer Center. United States, 2020.
Join the Rainforest Journalism Fund for a webinar on how to use data visualization to the benefit of storytelling.
Journalist Steve Sapienza's visit to High Point University reveals how global consumption of goods impacts precious resources and local people in Peru, Thailand and beyond.
Thousands of men and boys have been convicted of ISIS affiliation, and hundreds have been hanged. But these cases make up only a small fraction of the detainees. Thousands of families have been sent to camps in the desert, cast out from society. Moises Saman / Magnum for The New Yorker. Iraq, 2018.
The panel "War Stories" will feature multimedia presentations based on Taub's writings for The New Yorker.
Boyoung Lim will participate in a panel on the challenges of covering the pandemic and COVID-19’s effects on journalism
Population Connection will screen the documentary 'The Edge of Joy' in Seattle. The film follows the lives of Nigerian doctors, midwives, and families in order to shed light on the issue of maternal...
A still from Rebuilding Hope, a documentary film by Jen Marlowe and David Morse - following three Lost Boys of Sudan as they return home.
The Basic Education Coalition and HOPE for Ariang Foundation invite you to join Gabriel Bol Deng, of the "Lost Boys," for an upcoming film viewing and discussion of Rebuilding Hope on...
No Fire Zone focuses on final brutal days of civil war, incorporating footage recorded by victims and perpetrators.
Image courtesy of Yale Divinity School.
Pulitzer Center Executive Director Jon Sawyer joins public conversation focusing on climate change and how to address it now. Event partners include the Yale Divinity School and Yale School of...
Documentary screening and discussion with reporter David Enders Thursday October 4th, 7 pm Women's Building Formal Lounge Washington University Danforth Campus Refreshments will be served
Author Katherine Zoepf joins Pulitzer Center's Jon Sawyer and Kem Knapp Sawyer for three-day visit to Campus Consortium partner Northwestern University in Qatar.
Suzy Hansen, Notes on a Foreign Country cover. Image from Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting and ICWA. United States, 2017.
Former ICWA fellow discusses her latest work, Notes on a Foreign Country: An American Abroad in a Post-American World, which blends memoir, journalism and history. 
Environmental Film Festival honoring Earth Day showcases issues from ocean acidification to indigenous peoples efforts to block a dam.
This workshop is designed to provide professional development training to K-12 educators by assisting them in incorporating media analysis in their curricula, specifically focusing on the stereotyping of women in the Middle East.
Join the Pulitzer Center and the University of Pennslyvania Middle East Center for a free workshop training for K-12 educators on incorporating media analysis diverse curricula.
Pulitzer Center grantee Christopher de Bellaigue joins Pulitzer Center staff for visit to Campus Consortium partner.
Paul Salopek on the Out of Eden Walk
Out of Eden Walk Chicago Manager leads a discussion with Chicago teachers Anne-Michele Boyle and Cara Bucciarelli about bringing slow journalism and the HomeStories map into classrooms.
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Hear from Pulitzer Center-supported photojournalists on their travels beneath the sea and over mountains to get the story.
Pride & Progress: Film Festival and Symposium
Filmmaker and Jamaican lawyer profiled in documentary join panel for further discussions of issues raised in the film. 
Image courtesy of openDemocracy.
Pablo Albarenga and Francesc Badia i Dalmases will join Pulitzer Center’s Rainforest Journalism Fund manager at openDemocracy event.
Pulitzer Center grantee Antigone Barton talks about her reporting covering HIV in Zambia at Ohio University.
Pulitzer Center Executive Director Jon Sawyer will moderate a Q&A session for the event, "International Broadcasting and Public Media: Mission and Innovation in the Digital Environment". Michael...
Paulina, 57, harvesting and replanting yucca in Guadalupe. Image by Susan Meiselas/Magnum Photos. Honduras, 2018.
A Photo Exhibit in collaboration with Magnum Photos, Pacific Standard, and Pulitzer Center presents "A Journey Through Contested Lands."
Mi'Angel (left) and Mayal enjoy a card game with their mom, Donisha. From 2018 article, "Visiting Day". Image by Jaime Joyce. United States, 2018.
What challenges do children and parents face when prison comes between them? This conversation is part of the Pulitzer Center's online Talks @ Pulitzer Series Focus on Justice.
The Pulitzer Center would like to invite all of our friends and supporters to a special screening of the winning entries of YouTube: Project Report, a competition for aspiring journalists sponsored...
Award-winning documentary explores culture of homophobia through eyes of gay Jamaicans forced to choose between their homeland and their lives.
In an era where fake news and filter bubbles seem to create alternative realities and threaten the basis of democracy, it’s more important than ever that investigative journalism is factually correct...
Award-winning documentary focuses on how homophobia in Jamaica jeopardized people's lives.
Pulitzer Center students fellows report from all over the world. Join us for this photo exhibit of their stories.
Photojournalist focuses her lens on global unemployment crisis and impact on Japan's middle-class.
Penn alumna Silvia Schmid joins Pulitzer Center grantee Dimiter Kenarov for luncheon discussion exploring the many dimensions of shale gas and its extraction. Event is open to the public, please RSVP.
A crime scene is investigated and documented as a femicide in September 2018. El Salvador, a country smaller than New Jersey in size and population, has the highest femicide rate in Latin America. Image by Almudena Toral. El Salvador, 2018.
Almudena Toral and Patricia Clarembaux share their work in range of classes from bilingual journalism to graduate studies on reporting. Visit includes conversations focused on Campus Consortium...
Poet Kwame Dawes presents his multimedia exploration of Haiti's earthquake through the lives, and voices, of Haitians confronting the ongoing consequences of this disaster.
Image by Helge Mikalsen
Congo/Women Portraits of War: The Democratic Republic of Congo featuring photography by: Lynsey Addario Marcus Bleasdale Ron Haviv James Nachtwey
Sand miners at work in the Ojo area of Badagry. Image by Tayo Odusanya. Nigeria, 2017.
Pulitzer Center-supported project examined impact of sand dredging along the southwest Nigerian coast. Journalist shares her work with college and K-12 students.
Membuat Proposal Liputan untuk Dana Hibah Hutan Hujan Asia Tenggara
Ada banyak topik liputan terkait dengan hutan hujan di Indonesia.
Nathalie Applewhite and Peter Sawyer present to the World Affairs Seminar - a week-long educational program for high school students, providing an opportunity to study and discuss current affairs...
Matthew Niederhauser speaks to university faculty and students about our world's rapid urbanization, and how we are–or are not–preparing for more migration into cities.
Nine-year-old Karim Sawadogo swings a pick at the bottom of a 40-foot pit at Kouékowéra. Image by Larry C. Price. Burkina Faso, 2013.
ACTION DC! hosts a panel on on how human trafficking is portrayed in the media.
A discussion with Isabel Hilton, Qing Wang and researchers investigating soil pollution in China.
Dr. Claudette Crawford-Brown interacts with Shaniqua Long during an art therapy session at Shortwood Practising Infant, Primary and Junior High School in Kingston, Jamaica. Long's mother migrated to the United States. Image by Sabriya Simon. Jamaica.
Award-winning multimedia journalist Melissa Noel discusses impact on Caribbean children whose parents migrate out of economic necessity and efforts by health professionals to better support families.
Pulitzer Center-sponsored panel features photographers Daniella Zalman, Misha Friedman, and Jeff Sheng.
New book takes readers through the world of placebos, hypnosis and false memories to reveal the groundbreaking science of our suggestible minds.
Micah Fink's award-winning documentary co-presented by the Human Rights Campaign as part of week-long film festival.
Image by Pat Nabong. Philippines, 2017.
Join the Pulitzer Center and Medill School of Journalism in DC for a conversation with fellow Pat Nabong, Human Rights Watch researcher Carlos Conde and photojournalist Federico Cruz. Nabong shares...
Image courtesy Tomas van Houtryve/Harper's. 2018.
Photographer Tomas van Houtryve's work focuses on the pre-1848 northern borders of Mexico and portraits of descendants of early inhabitants of the region. 
At the London School of Economics, grantee Joanne Silberner shares her work on neglected diseases and shares her thoughts on why we don't know.
Migrant veterinarians working on Funk Dairy with young cows. Image courtesy of Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. United States, 2019.
This symposium, hosted by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and UW-Platteville, may be rescheduled.
The Arab Spring: One Year Later
In collaboration with the University of Chicago, Ellen Knickmeyer, William Wheeler and Marda Dunsky join to discuss the Arab Spring, one year later.
Join Rebecca Hamilton, a special correspondent for The Washington Post and author of Fighting for Darfur, as she discusses the challenges and opportunities facing a two–state...
An aerial shot of Ballymurphy in Belfast. Image by Callum Macrae. United Kingdom, 2018.
The documentary is a powerful forensic investigation of one of the worst atrocities of the Northern Irish "Troubles" that, until this film, was largely unknown outside of the region.
The vegetation that once characterized Campo Alegre has been pushed aside by the excavated earth. Image by Fabiola Ferrero. Venezuela, 2020.
Journalists who have investigated contended lands, toxic pollution, and the downside of conservation efforts will discuss reporting on the corruption and power struggles behind threats to the...
Congo's Promise Elections, natural resources, and foreign actors: sources of conflict or peace? Film screening and discussion with reporter Mvemba Phezo Dizolele Introduction by Bill Berkeley,...
America's aging nuclear arsenal topic of two-day visit by Pulitzer Center grantees and staff.
Tomas van Houtryve.
Pulitzer Center grantee speaks about his reporting on diverse subjects, from the North-South Korean border to the digital footprints of refugees, and the range of techniques he uses in his work...
"We All We Got," by Carlos Javier Ortiz.
Photographer Carlos Javier Ortiz and Education Director Mark Schulte will discuss Ortiz's work on youth violence with a distinguished panel.
"From Outlandish to Everyday: Exploring Addiction." Image by Kiley Price. United States, 2018.
Photographs came out of a four-part mini-course developed in partnership between Pulitzer Center and Wake Forest University, part of the Campus Consortium network.  
Image by Anne Thurow. Uganda, 2015.
Pulitzer Center partners with Chicago Council, bringing journalists into the conversation with broad range of individuals working on global food security and agricultural development.  
Filmmaker Fiona Lloyd-Davies journeys from the UK to discuss her documentary.
Paskova and Katsarova are among five Bulgarian photojournalists working abroad in this exhibition.
Anonymous and spoken, Landay—two-line Pashtun poems—have served for centuries as a means of self-expression for Afghan women. Hear them in Washington, DC on July 31.
Image courtesy of PBS NewsHour. United States, 2019.
Community lecture is part of visit to Campus Consortium partner Flagler College highlighting global exploration of the world's food supply by PBS NewsHour Weekend.
Stephen Sapienza, Ameto Akpe, and Peter Sawyer present reporting on water access in West Africa and gold mining in Peru at Nerinx Hall High School in Webster Groves, MO.
American University hosts a two-day conference to address the Obama administration’s election promises for a renewed focus on human rights.
Filmmaker Leslie Tai (left) with jurors from the 2017 competition she won organized by the Pulitzer Center in collaboration with The New York Times Op-Docs and Tribeca Film Institute. Jurors from left to right: NYT Video Journalist Ben Solomon, TFI Executive Director Amy Hobby, director, writer and producer Roger Ross Williams, Op-Docs Executive Producer Kathleen Lingo with Pulitzer Center Executive Director Jon Sawyer. Also included are the competition's student winners (far right): Luisa Conlon, Lacy Roberts and Hanna Miller. Image courtesy the Tribeca Film Institute. United States, 2017. 
"My American Surrogate" by Leslie Tai, winner of a competition held by the Pulitzer Center, in collaboration with The New York Times Op-Docs and Tribeca Film Institute, will be screened at the IFC...
View of Morro Bay, California, from the basketball court. In California, land seized from the Chumash, Yokuts, and Kitanemuk tribes by unratified treaty in 1851 became the property of the University of California and is now home to the Directors Guild of America. Image by Kalen Goodluck / High Country News. United States, 2020.
The Newhouse School of Public Communications will host events on investigating land grants to universities and on Pulitzer Center Reporting Fellowships.
China's Disappearing Wetlands - Sean Gallagher
Pulitzer Center executive director Jon Sawyer, photographer Sean Gallgaher and Pulitzer Center outreach coordinator Peter Sawyer will present "Downstream: Untold Stories on Water, Sanitation and...
Photojournalist shares her Pulitzer Center-supported reporting on anti-homosexuality law, growing LGBT-rights movement and role of religious organizations.
Still from A Table for All. Image by Thea Piltzecker and Liz Scherffius. New York, 2018.
Short documentary follows refugees and asylees as they reinvent themselves and find common ground in a Brooklyn kitchen. Pulitzer Center support for filmmakers came through Campus Consortium...
12:30-1:45: Africa's Environment and Economics in Conflict: an Under-Reported Story. School of International and Public Affairs, Room 418. 6:00-8:00 pm Bringing the Story Home. Columbia University...
Hala can write her name in Engilsh, which puts her at an advantage. Some other refugee kids in her ESL class from other parts of the world don't know how to hold a crayon or sit still in a chair. Image by Robin Shulman. Des Moines, IA, 2016.
Pulitzer Center grantee presents her storytelling techniques to journalism students at Campus Consortium partner
Get an in-depth look at the current state of the Catholic Church during Jason Berry's Wake Forest University talk.
Militants from the Rohingya insurgent group ARSA. September 2017. Image by Jason Motlagh.
Pulitzer Center grantees Nahal Toosi and Jason Motlagh explore their reporting during Campus Consortium visit at the University of Chicago.
Journalists David Rochkind and Jens Erik Gould visit the University of Michigan, their alma mater and a Campus Consortium partner, to share their reporting on TB, HIV and other public health issues.
Please join us for the premiere of "Japan's Disposable Workers," a short film by photographer Shiho Fukada produced by MediaStorm with the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting.
ICIJ journalists Will Fitzgibbon and Ray Choto explore their latest reporting in Africa as part of the Panama Papers investigation.
Journalist and editor Jaime Joyce leads a webinar for students about how children learn under conditions of migration and displacement.
Where we normally see only the extreme, Everyday Africa is a project focused on the mundane. Join us at the VII Gallery from September 20 - October 18.
Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting logo. 2019.
Join Nikole Hannah-Jones and Sam Dolnick of The New York Times along with Pulitzer Center staff to learn about bringing our journalism-centered curriculum into classrooms.
Murals of eyes look out from across the Wadi Hileh area in the Palestinian neighbourhood in Silwan. Image by BBC News Arabic.
A panel will discuss the documentary The Settlers' Billionaire Backer, which investigates the finances behind Israeli settlements in East Jerusalem.
Emmy Award-winning documentary producer Stephen Sapienza presents his work on water and sanitation at the Rotary Club of Washington, D.C.  Sapienza traveled to Dhaka, Bangladesh in September 2010 to...
Join us for a discussion of how news media collaboration and innovative online tools can bridge the foreign reporting gap.
Callum Macrae presents his film No Fire Zone at the School of International and Public Affairs, followed by a discussion about the conflict and the current politics at play in Sri Lanka.
Inspired by the Everyday Africa project, students from 14 DC public schools contribute to a photography exhibition that visualizes everyday life in the District through the eyes of over 100 middle...
Tuesday, October 30, 2007 6:30 p.m. Location: American University's Harold and Sylvia Greenberg Theatre 4200 Wisconsin Avenue NW Washington, D.C. 20016 Closest metro: Tenleytown/AU...
*RESCHEDULED -- NEW DATE FEB 4* Join us as students and teachers from The Inspired Teaching School present their work at the Pulitzer Center.
The prints sent by the Biennale team, of Sim Chi Yin's "Rat Tribe" project. China, 2017.
Photos by Pulitzer Center grantee Sim Chi Yin explore the lives of low-wage workers living in small basement rooms because of high housing costs.  
Pulitzer Center grantee and Indian doctor discuss India's healthcare crisis at a Pulitzer Center Hangout.
8th Annual San Francisco Green Film Festival (September 6-13, 2018) 
This year's San Francisco Green Film Festival includes two short films by Pulitzer Center grantees focused on China, the environment, religion and water scarcity.  
Baseball practice in Montgomery County, Maryland. The FAA issued 1,428 domestic drone permits between 2007 and early 2013. According to records obtained from the agency, the National Institute of Standards and Technology and the U.S. Navy have applied for drone authorization in Montgomery County. Image by Tomas van Houtryve. United States, 2014.
In partnership with the Wake Forest Innovation Quarter and the "Dispatches" exhibit at SECCA, The Pulitzer Center's NewsArts initiative presents "Drone War, Exile and Digital Identity" by...
President Trump has said of Syria, “Let the other people take care of it now.” His repudiation of responsibility is striking, given that during his Administration the U.S. military, in its zeal to destroy isis, has reduced huge swaths of the country to wasteland. Photograph by Ivor Prickett / Panos.
New Yorker contributing writer Luke Mogelsen takes his audience through his Pulitzer Center-supported project, "Abandoned." For his reporting, Mogelson spent a month in northern and eastern...
A discussion about war in Burma with filmmaker Jason Motlagh following a private screening of "Blood & Gold: Inside Burma's Hidden War."
Grantee Melanie Saltzman will discuss her reporting at Forsyth Tech.
PBS NewsHour Weekend producer provides insight into her role as a broadcast journalist and ideas on how to further promote reporting including her Pulitzer Center-supported series.
Nikole Hannah-Jones talks with a student at the University of Chicago's Institute of Politics 1619 event. Image by Dylan Burrus, Courtesy of the University of Chicago's Institute of Politics. United States, 2019.
Join the Pulitzer Center and the American Federation of Teachers for a webinar with Nikole Hannah-Jones and two other contributors on the importance of The 1619 Project for educators.
Pulitzer Center grantees will talk at Saint Mary's University in Minnesota about how to deliver enough food to a growing world population.
December 8-10 Pulitzer Center journalist, Jina Moore and National Education Coordinator, Kate Seche will visit various Chicago-area high schools and a "Psychology of Peace" class at Loyola...
Women gather for saas bahu pati sammelan (meeting of the mother in law, daughter in law and husband) in the village of Khunti, Jharkhand, India. Image by Hannah Harris Green. India, 2018.
Pulitzer Center grantee journalist speaks to the journalism and public health communities on campus about reproductive health and contraception in India.
Actors Lawrence Redecker and Carlos Aguirre performing The BOX on Alcatraz Island, 2019. These performances were produced in partnership with the Pulitzer Center. Image by Robert Gumpert. United States, 2019.
Conversation delves into the realities of mass incarceration, the historic moment of our time and the role of the artist to celebrate the stories of individuals.  
Steve Sapienza visited classes and spoke at a public event at Ohio University in Athens, Ohio, from October 27-29.
Day-long series of events explore the status of LGBTQ rights in Jamaica and what led to the making of documentary.
Image by Sean Gallagher. India, 2014.
This visit kicks off a three-city U.S. tour where photojournalist Sean Gallagher shares his work reporting on issues related to the environmental, public health, and urban pollution.
Documentary focuses on Jamaicans who left their homeland because of homophobia.
Image by Tomas van Houtryve.
Pulitzer Center CatchLight fellow considers his work, including the role of photographs in shaping identity.    
Daniella Zalcman's "Signs of Your Identity" exhibited at National Geographic in Washington, DC.
Islamists in Mali, drones in the Middle East - Pulitzer Center grantee tackles these issues and more in his reporting.
A truck crosses the Yalu river on the Sino-Korean Friendship Bridge from Sinuiju, North Korea to Dandong, China. The bridge is one of the few places along the border where vehicles can cross. The United Nations has warned China that it may be "aiding and abetting crimes against humanity" with its policy of forcibly repatriating North Koreans who flee across its borders. Image by Tomas van Houtryve. China, 2013.
Celebrate Pulitzer Center photography! A special Talks @ Pulitzer event with Daniella Zalcman and Tomas van Houtryve.
Dimiter Kenarov visits Pittsburgh to share findings from his reporting on shale gas controversies in Pennsylvania, Ohio and Poland.
He Jiankui presented a slide at a Hong Kong, China, genome-editing summit that showed DNA sequences from the edited CCR5 genes in the twin girls. Image courtesy of National Academies/Flickr. China, 2019.
Reporting explores the growing popularity of genome editing tools in improving crops and medicine while also investigating ethical, regulatory, and legal issues.
Poet Kwame Dawes presents his multimedia exploration of Haiti's earthquake through the lives, and voices, of Haitians confronting the ongoing consequences of this disaster.
Poet Kwame Dawes speaks at the 2011 Annual Conference for the Association for Writers and Writing Program Kwame Dawes discusses his poetry and his projects with the Pulitzer Center, including the...
Image by Bob Jagendorf/Wikimedia Commons. United States, 2011.
Campus Consortium partner engages with Pulitzer Center grantee journalist and education staff on criminal justice issues, including financial incentives to reduce recidivism.  
Image by Sarah Waiswa. Democratic Republic of Congo, 2019.
Join a discussion between Pulitzer Center grantees at this year's NABJ-NAHJ virtual convention.
Join the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting in Atlanta, GA for the National Council for the Social Studies annual conference, November 13-15, 2009. The National Council for the Social Studies...
Greg Constantine embarks on a book tour to promote his latest collection of photographs, Nowhere People.
Kalb will interview the Executive Editors of The New York Times and The Washington Post ​​​​​​​on Trump and the media.
Most recent installment of show brings together top management of The Washington Post and New York Times to discuss the Trump administration's relationship with the media.
Two opportunities to see Micah Fink's award-winning documentary on homophobia in Jamaican culture.
POACHED: Inside the Dark World of Wildlife Trafficking by Rachel Love Nuwer. Image courtesy of Da Capo Press. United States, 2018.
For her newly released book, award-winning science journalist and Pulitzer Center grantee traveled across a dozen countries, examining the wildlife crisis and talking with those who believe this is a...
Mike Pinay, Qu’Appelle Indian Residential School, 1953-1963. Pinay says, “It was the worst ten years of my life. I was away from my family from the age of 6 to 16. How do you learn about relationships, how do you learn about family? I didn’t know what love was. We weren’t even known by names back then; I was a number … 73.” Image by Daniella Zalcman. Canada, 2015.
Photojournalist Daniella Zalcman leads free workshop for educators on ways to use photography, research and interview skills to explore her "Signs of Your Identity" project in the classroom.
Social media and visual journalism focus of visit along with highlights from student international reporting projects.
Reporter Ian James talks about the Pulitzer Center-supported reporting project, "Pumped Dry," a multi-part, multi-regional series published in The Desert Sun and USA Today.
Can the Women of Congo Dare to Dream of Peace and Justice? Filmmaker Fiona Lloyd-Davies on her film "Seeds of Hope" and the responsibility to protect doctrine.
A boy carries another child in Kutapalong Refugee Camp. In this unofficial camp, tents are constructed with plastic tarps that had been used to evaporate seawater. Image by Doug Bock Clark. Bangladesh, 2017.
Join the Pulitzer Center and American University for a conversation over the Rohingya crisis in Myanmar with journalist Doug Clark.
Pulitzer Center grantee and SIUC alum Mike de Sisti will speak about his project "China and Wisconsin: Paper Cuts."
The border wall stops just short of the Pacific Ocean at Playas de Tijuana. Image by Amanda Cowan. Mexico, 2019.
Jessica Prokop and Amanda Cowan share their reporting on Ramon Flores and his family in the aftermath of his deportation to Mexico.
Pulitzer Center grantees Ellen Knickmeyer and William Wheeler join Arab Spring panel discussion at Elmhurst College.
A scene from Jen Marlowe's film, Rebuilding Hope.
Paley Center for Media 25 West 52nd Street New York, NY Featuring: Jen Marlowe, Filmmaker Gabriel Bol Deng, Film Subject Garang Mayuol, Film Subject
Bengali residents from the nearby Inani village donated the land and dug the mass grave for the 15 bodies recovered near their Inani Beach. Of the more than 100 Rohingyas from a boat that had capsized in the Bay of Bengal, only 17 people survived. Image by Patrick Brown/Panos Pictures/UNICEF. Bangladesh, 2017.
Winner of  2019 FotoEvidence Book Award shares stories and photographs documenting the plight of the Rohingya.
Image courtesy of Fundación Gabo. 
Journalists discuss covering stories of livelihoods and resistance in the face of environmental change and the effects of initiatives that promote sustainable livelihoods.
Columbia University Forum on Darfur: Why was this the African crisis that captured world attention? Why has the world not done more? With Pulitzer Center Director Jon Sawyer. Sponsored by Global...
Journalists, lawyers, activists and politicians among those from around the globe tackling legal, social, political and public health topics.
H.E. Yoweri Kaguta Museveni, President of Uganda at the Somalia Conference in London, 7 May 2013. Image courtesy of Foreign and Commonwealth Office flickr/ Creative Commons. United Kingdom, 2013.
Journalist Helen Epstein discusses her book on President Yoweri Museveni's greedy involvement with the deadliest conflicts in Central Africa.
Our first-ever gathering of Campus Consortium international reporting fellows gives students the chance to dig deeper into each other's work and explore connections with Pulitzer Center journalists.
In Kakuma, it is common for students of many ages to learn together in a single classroom. Image by Rodger Bosch for UNICEF USA. Kenya, 2018.
TIME for Kids executive editor discusses her conversations with refugee students as part of her Campus Consortium partner visit.
Masika Katsuva is a central figure in the Pulitzer Center-supported documentary "Seeds of Hope." She created a support center and farming community in the Democratic Republic of Congo to assist other survivors of rape, their children and orphans. Image by Fiona Lloyd-Davies. Democratic Republic of Congo, 2013.
Watch the screening and attend a panel discussion on "Under the Shadow," a film about how politics, corruption and impunity affect the lives of individuals in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Journalists, public health experts and activists come together at Boston University to consider challenges to accurate, nuanced reporting on the DRC.
Campus Consortium partner annual event focuses on work of three Pulitzer Center grantee journalists. Their work appears in publications including The Texas Tribune, The Washington Post...
Frameline37 screens "The Abominable Crime," Micah Fink's Pulitzer Center-supported film on the realities of Jamaica's homophobic culture.
Pulitzer Center at the 2020 Environmental Film Festival in the Nation's Capital
Though the Environmental Film Festival was canceled this year, you can still watch a selection of films from the Pulitzer Center's 'Resistance in the Rainforest' event online, starting March 16!
The initial shock of the earthquake has passed but Haiti continues its struggle to overcome both man-made and natural disasters. Amidst the rubble, a devastated infrastructure and untold suffering,...
Image courtesy of the National Association of Black Journalists. United States, 2019.
This session at the 2019 National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) Convention offers tips on ways to grab the attention of editors and grant evaluators to secure opportunities–and money–to...
This conversation will explore the threats caused by floods and rising waters along the coastal states of the Southeast.
Pulitzer-sponsored journalist Tracey Eaton presents "Cuba: The Battle for Hearts and Minds" to the Hemispheric Freedom Symposium in Baton Rouge, Louisiana on Wednesdsay, Sept. 22. "Cuba: The Battle...
Documentary explores how one woman in war-torn Congo gives hope to other rape survivors by creating farming community, support network.
The Pulitzer Center is taking our "Heroes of HIV: HIV in the Caribbean" reporting project into American classrooms. Journalist Antigone Barton joined Pulitzer Center Director Jon Sawyer and...
Tannery workers take a break before noon prayers. Their carts can carry a ton of goat skins through the narrow streets of Hazaribagh. Image by Larry C. Price. Bangladesh, 2016.
Two-time Pulitzer Prize winnner brings his reporting on pollution and global health to Campus Consortium partner.  
Join us for a discussion with Larry C. Price on hazardous conditions for child miners in Burkina Faso and the Philippines.
Pedro Abletes, on the far left, comforts his wife, as they say their final good-byes to their son, Junmar. Image by James Whitlow Delano. Philippines, 2017.
Photographer James Whitlow Delano will be exhibiting photographs from his project, "In Defiance and In Defense of Duterte" at Sydney, Australia's 2018 Head On Photo Festival.
Thurow image Uganda
Author and Pulitzer Center grantee Roger Thurow speaks at the World Bank about his latest book, The First 1,000 Days, which explores the science, economics, and politics of malnutrition.
Dr. Claudette Crawford-Brown interacts with Shaniqua Long during an art therapy session at Shortwood Practising Infant, Primary and Junior High School in Kingston, Jamaica. Long's mother migrated to the United States. Image by Sabriya Simon. Jamaica. From Melissa Noel's Pulitzer Center-supported project, "Beyond The Barrels: How Migration Impacts Caribbean Children."
Multimedia journalist Melissa Noel leads a webinar for students on the impact of migration on Caribbean families and mental health.
Elon University and the Pulitzer Center present "Endangered Children," an evening focused on the unique challenges facing children in crisis.
Pontoon Beach Police Department. June, 2019. Pontoon Beach, Illinois. Image by Darrell Hoemann.
Two Pulitzer Center-supported journalists join a panel of experts to focus on the situation in the Midwest.
Promotional graphic for "Implications of the COVID-19 Pandemic for Nutrition in African Settings." Courtesy of McGill Global Health Programs.
The Pulitzer Center and Campus Consortium partner McGill University will host a webinar on the relationship between COVID-19 and nutrition in African countries.
On June 1st and 2nd, Pulitzer Center Social Media Strategist, Maura Youngman and National Education Coordinator, Kate Seche will participate in the Bonner Summer Leadership Institute at Siena...
Abandoned homes on the outskirts of Ango, northeastern Congo. People have fled due to recent activity, abductions and killings by the Lord's Resistance Army. (Photo by Marcus Bleasdale)
The All Party Parliamentary Group on the Great Lakes Region of Africa presents a collection of photographs from Lynsey Addario, Ron Haviv, James Nachtwey and Pulitzer Center journalist Marcus...
Join award-winning reporter, Caryle Murphy, for a discussion on the changing political, social, and economic landscape facing the Gulf's rising generation.
Image courtesy of North Idaho College.
A day-long symposium featuring photojournalist Daniella Zalcman on how gender, sexuality, ability, race, ethnicity, and beyond affect our experience.
Date: Monday, November 19, 2007 Time: 7 p.m. Location: Columbia University, Graduate School of Journalism 3rd Floor Lecture Hall, 116th and Broadway Moderator: Jon Sawyer, Executive...
New book by Pulitzer Center grantee examines how one community, especially known for more liberal views, may fare when foreign troops are no longer in Afghanistan.
Almighty Book Cover. Image from Almighty.
Pultizer Center grantee book focuses on the legacy of the atomic bomb. 
What determines our health aside from medical issues? Come find out at "Unseen: Telling the Story of Environmental and Cultural Health Threats to the Public."
Clark Atlanta University is the third historically black colleges and university (HBCU) to join the campus consortium program and will join Pulitzer Center in engaging their students in global issues through journalism.
The Pulitzer Center aims to engage Clark Atlanta students in global issues through journalist visits and student reporting fellowships.
"KCR," Ivan Sigal's film about the defunct Karachi Circular Railway, screens as an installation at public space in Pakistan.
A warder patrolling a cell block at Fresnes, one of France’s biggest jails, during a visit I made earlier this month. Image by Christopher de Bellaigue. France, 2016.
Pulitzer Center-supported journalist Christopher de Bellaigue speaks with students and faculty during Campus Consortium visit.
An exploration of human resilience in Nairobi's Dandora, one of the world's largest urban trash dumps, featuring the photojournalism of Micah Albert.
UC Irvine hosts the First International Conference on Environmental Peacebuilding.
Rainforest Journalism Fund Coordinator Nora Moraga-Lewy shares tips and techniques to take your story pitches to the next level. 
"The 1619 Project" from The New York Times Magazine
Nikita Stewart and the Pulitzer Center education team moderate a discussion with teachers and administrators on their experience developing curricula and teaching The 1619 Project.
Pulitzer Center grantees will talk at Saint Mary's University-Winona about the struggles of delivering enough food to a growing world population.
WOLA event 2019.
Join Julia Friedmann, a 2018 Pulitzer Center student fellow from Georgetown University Center Berkley Center, for a screening and discussion of 'A River of Blood': How Colombian Communities Are...
Keamanan Digital untuk Jurnalis (Webinar)
Di tengah pandemi Covid-19, para jurnalis semakin sering bekerja online untuk webinar, pertemuan online, wawancara online melalui video konferensi, dll.
The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting Presents: Human Rights in Crisis, a selection of Pulitzer Center-sponsored works
Filmmaker visits Campus Consortium partner George Washington University and asks: Should frontline doctors or mathematical formulas decide who lives, who dies?
The Abominable Crime
Homophobia in Jamaica focus of documentary by filmmaker Micah Fink. Fink and human rights lawyer Maurice Tomlinson, one of main characters in the documentary, speak with audience at LGBTI film series...
"Seeds of Hope" features Masika Katsuva and her efforts to help other survivors of rape in the DRC. Newsweek calls the film “visually stunning and gut-achingly harrowing.”
Freshmen enter the Morehouse chapel named for Martin Luther King, Jr., whose words are etched on the wall. Image by Radcliffe "Ruddy" Roye. United States, 2017.
Photojournalist considers his reporting on HBCUs as part of the National Geographic program, 'A Year Reflecting on Race and Diversity in America.' 
Daniella Zalcman's series 'Faces of Faith' series explores the varying views on sexual and gender identity held by religious leaders in Uganda.
From diamonds and water in Africa to gold and indigenous peoples' rights in South America, local costs of global goods front and center for University of Chicago visit.
Image by David Rochkind. Vietnam, 2014.
The festival, part of the 2017 Midwest Universities Global Health Meeting, features Pulitzer Center films focused on the health care challenges faced by immigrants and refugees.
Dimiter Kenarov and Mellissa Fung take their respective reporting on shale gas and mining to University of Miami for Global Goods/Local Costs event.
The UXO Lao Province coordinator explains how similar petanque balls and cluster bombs are. Image by Erin McGoff. Laos, 2017.
American University will host a free screening of 2017 Reporting Fellow Erin McGoff's "This Little Land of Mines," followed by a discussion panel with the director.
Pulitzer Center's Mark Schulte will speak to high school students from U.S. and Mexico about the link between journalism and human rights at WorldLink's 15th Annual Youth Town Meeting.
Image courtesy of Thomson Reuters Foundation.
Indian journalists should apply now for an opportunity to engage closely with land rights issues at a four-day workshop in New Delhi, India.
The National Museum of African Art and Pulitzer Center present a virtual screening of "Circus Without Borders," followed by a talkback with filmmakers and acrobats.
Pulitzer Center's Nathalie Applewhite and Ann Peters presented a workshop at the 2009 Progressive Education Network Conference in Bethesda, MD, on October 10. In "Lessons from Global Environmental...
Students at the Pyongyang Orphans’ Secondary School, which is housed in a new brick-and-steel complex. In a class of ten- and eleven-year-olds, one boy asked, “Why is America trying to provoke a war with us?” Image by Max Pinckers/The New Yorker. North Korea, 2017.
New Yorker journalist Evan Osnos speaks about growing tensions between the U.S. and North Korea with policy experts Robert Litwak and Katharine Moon.
Conversation in conjunction with Knights! exhibit offers unique opportunity to consider how to document gun violence realities in Central America, U.S.
The Double Exposure Investigative Film Festival and Symposium, now in its fourth year, features screenings, workshops, and conversations on the latest investigative films. Image courtesy of the Double Exposure Investigative Film Festival. United States, 2018.
Affiliated Pulitzer Center documentaries, one on a Syrian teenager's coming-of-age journey in Canada, and the other on day-to-day life in war-torn Afghanistan, part of Short Cuts Program. 
Filmmaker Callum Macrae brings to New York his latest short documentary on the final bloody days of the Sri Lankan civil war.
Photojournalist reflects on seven years of regional reporting, speaking to the effects of global policy and economics on the lives of individuals and on their communities.
Join us for two documentaries focusing on the Caribbean — Micah Fink's documentary which details homophobia in Jamaica and Steve Sapienza's short film about statelessness.
CatchLight fellow and Pulitzer Center grantee uses turn of the century photography techniques to imagine the history of the U.S.–Mexico border.
Curious about climate change? Pulitzer Center grantee Dan Grossman visits three North Carolina universities to speak about his extensive reporting on the subject.
Scientists working in lab. Image by NASA/JPL-Caltech. United States, 2016.
Please join the Pulitzer Center and Global Health NOW in learning the skills necessary to pitch a story and translate complex issues to a broader audience. CUGH conference participants and...
Pulitzer Center grantees Karl Meyer and Shareen Brysac discuss their new book Pax Ethnica Where and How Diversity Succeeds at the International Peace Institute.
Dalit Sewage Workers in Nanded. Image courtesy of Phillip Martin. India, 2019.
Pulitzer Center-supported project considers issues of discrimination and privilege. Evening conversation also reflects upon the challenging role of foreign correspondents in contemporary journalism.
Dalia Mogahed, Seema Yasmin, Kat Coplen, Hind Makki, and Zahra Ahmad will participate in the panel “Covering American Muslims” as part of ONA20 Everywhere, the 21st annual conference of the Online News Association. Graphic by Kayla Edwards.
Researchers and Pulitzer Center-supported journalists consider the latest data on America's most diverse faith group.
As news budgets continue to shrink and daily coverage chases a 24-hour news cycle, how does journalism rally around substantive reporting?
Award-winning Pulitzer Center-supported ocean acidification project topic of journalist's visit.
A man stands on the edge of a precipice overlooking Dandora, Korogocho’s 30-acre massive dump of smoldering garbage. People scavenge through the dump looking for anything of value. Image by Mark Hoffman. Kenya, 2017.
At the 2017 Johns Hopkins Bloomberg-Pulitzer Center Global Health Symposium, Pulitzer Center grantee journalists and academics shift the dialogue on climate change from polar bears to public health.
Hear how Carlos Ortiz inspired Chicago students, youth filmmakers through Pulitzer Center collaboration with Free Spirit Media, local schools.
Image by Eugene Riley. United States, 2018.
This symposium on mass incarceration will provide opportunities to connect with formerly incarcerated people, criminal justice reform activists, and journalists reporting on the subject.
'The Geography of Poverty' part of Magnum Foundation-Cathedral of St. John the Divine exhibition.
Journalists examine the environmental, health and social consequences of urban industries in India, Russia and China. The response in some places: a growing movement to return to rural life.
In eastern Turkey, Paul Salopek leads his mule past the Karakuş royal tomb, built in the first century B.C. by one of the area’s many ruling states. When Syrians began to pour over the border 70 miles to the south, he and photographer John Stanmeyer drove down separately to report on the situation. Image by by John Stanmeyer/National Geographic.
Longtime writer and editor for National Geographic teaches educators how to implement long-form storytelling in the classroom.
Documentary considers what role religion can play as China comes to terms with environmental concerns and crises.
The filmmakers behind "Outlawed in Pakistan" and NYT Pakistan Bureau Chief Declan Walsh will answer questions in a live online chat May 29th at 2pm ET. Join the discussion.
"The 1619 Project" from The New York Times Magazine
Join Pulitzer Center Education as they present materials to support student engagement with The 1619 Project, including a lesson for Nikole Hannah-Jones's lead essay, reading guides, and extensions.
National Education Coordinator Mark Schulte trains educators on how they can bring Pulitzer Center resources into their classrooms during Tulane University-organized conference.
Image courtesy of Columbia University Press. United States, 2019.
If private prisons are here to stay, what can policymakers and citizens do to fix them? Hear from a Pulitzer Center-supported journalist in Washington, D.C.    
Marchers commemorating the ‘Bloody Sunday’ events of 1965 approach the Edmund Pettus Bridge, in Selma, Alabama, this past Sunday. Image by Brittany Gibson. United States, 2020.
Pulitzer Center grantee will cover how policies impact people's ability to vote and what voters are doing to fight back
Jon Sawyer, Nathalie Applewhite and Peter Sawyer kick-off Global Gateway programs in NYC. This fall students in select NYC public schools will participate in an intensive news literacy/reporting...
Tom Hundley and Ana Santos discuss the Catholic Church, the media and the gender issues in the Philippines.
Law enforcement officers in front of an effigy of President Rodrigo Duterte during a rally against the extrajudicial killings and other issues in Quezon City, July 24, 2017. Image by Pat Nabong. Philippines, 2017.
Short documentaries consider challenges faced worldwide, from the humanitarian crisis in Yemen to miniscule airborne particles contributed to climate change, pollution and health risks. 
La Plaza Mayor of The Language Villa and the Dept. of Modern & Classical Languages invite you to a presentation by Pulitzer Center Executive Director Jon Sawyer •    Sawyer worked at...
Joginder Singh stands in his rice paddy near the village of Noorpur Bet, Punjab. He started practicing climate-smart agriculture this year. He doesn’t read or write, but he learned the methods after visiting a demonstration site. Image by Lisa Palmer. India, 2015.
Pulitzer Center-supported reporting from India considered reconciling threat of global environment change with need of feeding a global population.  
What lies ahead for Pope Francis and the Catholic Church?
A child labor victim from Myanmar closing the door of a shelter in Singapore for migrant workers who have run away from their employers. The address of the shelter is hidden from the public for the safety. Image by Xyza Bacani. Singapore, 2016.
Join award-winning street and documentary photographer for a talk on the exploitation of migrant workers in Singapore.
Pulitzer Center managing director, Nathalie Applewhite, and grantee, Peter DiCampo, join photojournalists from VII Photo for a panel on the intersections of journalism, advocacy and funding.
As extremist groups target youth to join their ranks from Nigeria to Kenya, people are standing up in schools.
José juxtaposed with the Achuar rainforest in Ecuador. Image by Pablo Albarenga. Ecuador, 2019.
Documentary photographer Pablo Albarenga leads a webinar for students on Indigenous resistance to environmental destruction in the Amazon.
Greg Constantine photographs on Burma's Rohingya

 featured by Refugees International and Open Society Foundations
The University of Chicago's Institute of Politics will host Nikole Hannah-Jones. 
Campus Consortium partner University of Chicago joins with us for a special focus on The New York Times 1619 initiative supported by Pulitzer Center-developed curriculum.  
During the webinar, potential applicants can learn more about this new initiative from the Pulitzer Center.
Voices of Haiti: A Post- Quake Odyssey in VerseInternational Premiere Performance Venue: Old Salem Visitor Center-Gray AuditoriumWinston Salem, North Carolina We will provide a link...
From the National Geographic Website: In 2009 National Geographic staff writer Peter Gwin and photographer Brent Stirton went on assignment to profile nomads in the Sahara. Their reporting led them...
Newseum-Pulitzer Center 'Faith, Freedom, Sexuality & Silence' series continues with journalists Nora FitzGerald and Misha Friedman.
Don't forget me. 2019.
The documentary follows three families with children on the autism spectrum in Morocco, where children with disabilities lack the right to go to school.
Please join us Thursday, March 27th at 5:45 pm in White Gravenor 201 B to hear an exciting presentation by Christie Aschwanden. Christie has done extensive work reporting on and making a...
The Last Thousands examines Marefat School, its minority founders and the struggle to continue to extol more liberal values as foreign troops pull out of the country.
Returning to its iconic location at the Brooklyn Bridge Plaza—located in DUMBO’s Brooklyn Bridge Park beneath the majestic span of the Brooklyn Bridge— Photoville will once again create an immersive photography village populated by 55+ shipping containers repurposed into galleries.
Pulitzer Center projects will be featured at Photoville 2017 in New York starting September 13.
Managing Director Nathalie Applewhite joins Pulitzer Center grantee and author for focus on Afghanistan and Mali.
Visit to Forsyth Technical Community College provides Pulitzer Center journalist grantee Richard Stone opportunity to dig into his reporting for Science with students and faculty.
Image by Roger Thurow. Uganda, 2016.
As part of inaugural Campus Consortium visit, journalist focuses on his reporting on the first 1,000 days in child development and the impact of nutrition and related issues.
From the headlines to the front lines, experience the back stories of the Arab Spring spanning Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, Yemen and Syria.
DOC NYC 2019
Conversation focuses on the collaboration of photojournalism, reporting and filmmaking that contributes to the making of a feature-length documentary, such as the companion piece to Pulitzer Center-...
Image of a collage made by a student from Whitney Young High School in Chicago, IL in response to The 1619 Project. United States, 2019.
Join a conversation between journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones and Dr. LaGarrett King, of the University of Missouri’s Carter Center for K12 Black History Education.
Pulitzer Center's Maura Youngman will talk about social media and journalism at Hamline University in St. Paul Minnesota on Oct. 12.
Tackling the Threat: The Lord's Resistance Army
Can Obama's new strategy to tackle the LRA succeed? In a collaborative project with Human Rights Watch, an investigation of investigate LRA atrocities in central Africa.
Women wait in line in the rain to collect 20kg bags of rice that is given out by the government as part of a VGF (Vulnerable Group Feeding) program ahead of Eid-ul-fitr in a southwestern village of the country. Image by Nikita Sampath. Bangladesh, 2016.
Journalists focus on the intersection of public health, climate change and international development.  
English language event information
The Southeast Asia Rainforest Journalism Fund is hosting a free webinar titled "Digital Security for Journalists" on June 18, 2020. This event will be hosted in English and is open to any interested...
How are Australian mining companies using wealth, power and influence in Africa? What is the toll on local communities? Eleanor Bell and Will Fitzgibbon share their investigation.
Micah Fink and Maurice Tomlinson
Filmmaker Micah Fink and lawyer Maurice Tomlinson, one of the film's main characters, on hand to discuss documentary and answer audience questions.
Photojournalist and filmmaker Sean Gallagher speaks at Beijing's Today Art Museum about his Pulitzer Center-sponsored work documenting environmental issues across Asia.
This event, organized by the DC Arts and Humanities Education Collaborative, will feature presentations by local cultural institutions.
DC educators: Join us to learn how you can bring visual storytelling to your classroom.
New York-based photographer explores his range of work with faculty and students, sharing his reporting from New Orleans, Staten Island, Liberia, Jamaica and beyond.
Photojournalists share their reporting and expertise on topics from farming in Jamaica and fracking in the US to the health of our Earth's waterways.
A special discussion and workshop organized by the Pulitzer Center and DC Public Schools.
Pulitzer Center's Jon Sawyer shares ideas on ways to reach new audiences through traditional and new platforms.
The photographer, Cynthia E. Wood, posted this image in a Facebook group on Michael Scott Moore’s birthday in 2012, after he had been kidnapped. It became a touchstone image for his friends during his captivity. Image by Cynthia E. Wood. 2012.
Journalist shares story of his life while being held hostage by Somali pirates for more than two years.
Pulitzer Center grantee Dominic Bracco will speak to high school students from U.S. and Mexico about the struggle of youth in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, at WorldLink's 15th Annual Youth Town Meeting.
Featuring: Rebecca Hamilton is author of Fighting for Darfur. She has reported from Sudan for The Washington Post, Foreign Policy, Foreign Affairs, The New Republic and The...
Pulitzer Center and partners at R.J. Reynolds High School present NewsArts curricula at the 37th Annual National Conference on Magnet Schools.
AAJA 2020. Image by Asian American Journalists Association. 
Pulitzer Center Senior Strategist Steve Sapienza discussed the process of finding and applying for grants and fellowships at AAJA Fest. 
Jon Sawyer, Peter Sawyer, Maura Youngman and Bill Wheeler to present to Bonner Summer Leadership Institute: June 2-5, 2010 Berea College, KY Note: Attendance by invitation only Pulitzer...
Photographer Greg Constantine shares Nowhere People, his third book in a series documenting his decade-long focus on individuals-and entire communities-denied or stripped of citizenship.
David Rochkind will draw on his worldwide TB and HIV/AIDS public health reporting to provide an on-the-ground perspective on global health financing.
The Double Exposure Investigative Film Festival and Symposium, now in its fourth year, features screenings, workshops, and conversations on the latest investigative films. Image courtesy of the Double Exposure Investigative Film Festival. United States, 2018.
This hands-on workshop with award-winning filmmaker Steve Sapienza will teach participants how to strategically and efficiently fact-check their own biases and their own reporting.
Please join us for a screening of the video documentary Sri Lanka: The Search for Justice, with the filmmaker Callum Macrae.
Children in an IDP camp. Image by Paolo Pellegrin. Iraq, July 2016
Madeleine Albright and Stephen Hadley discuss Middle East Strategy Task Force findings. Pulitzer Center Executive Director Jon Sawyer moderates event at Washington University in St. Louis.
Come discover the challenges and rewards of reporting, featuring two Pulitzer Center-supported journalists: National Geographic Fellow Paul Salopek and journalist Cynthia Gorney.
Join Boston University and the Pulitzer Center for an all-day symposium. What can you bring to the table?
Vatican expert and Pulitzer Center grantee Jason Berry visits University of Michigan with Senior Editor Tom Hundley.
Image by the University of Pittsburgh. Haiti, undated.
University of Pittsburgh conversation includes Pulitzer Center grantees in considering the portrayal of the island nation in the media.  
A panel discussion and tuberculosis (TB) tools exhibit in recognition of World Tuberculosis Day. TB is the second leading infectious disease killer of adults worldwide and 1.7 million individuals...
Image by Bob Jagendorf/Wikimedia Commons. United States, 2011.
Pulitzer Center grantee discusses her reportage on privatized corrections in America as part of her book talk.  
Where Will We Go? Let’s Talk About How Climate Change Is Driving Human Migration
What happens when places become uninhabitable? Join us for a conversation about climate change, migration, and data journalism, based on a recent reporting project from ProPublica and ...
Jennifer Redfearn's Sun Come Up has been accepted into the International Documentary Association's Docweeks theatrical showcase.
Award-winning documentary on homophobia in Jamaica focuses on the lives of individuals forced to flee their homeland because of their sexual orientation.
Join Philadelphia's Scribe Youth Media team, and photographer/mentor Dominic Bracco II, for a presentation of a short documentary about identity, culture, and the media–Philly style.
While the Afropunk Joburg festival was on pause because of the weather, crowds make their own music, singing freedom songs. Image by Melissa Bunni Elian. South Africa, 2017.
Multimedia journalist considers parallels between an American music festival and the current politics facing young South Africans as part of Spelman College's International Education Week. 
The exuberance of Holi, the holiday that includes flinging colored powders, was until recently thought inappropriate for widows. Aid groups, defying traditional prejudices against widows, now invite them to join celebrations like this Holi party in Vrindavan. Image by Amy Toensing. India, 2016.
Photojournalist brings stories of women, and her images of them published in National Geographic, to Campus Consortium partner students and faculty.
Bregtje van der Haak returns to alma mater with Pulitzer Center reporting project on the world's fastest growing religion.
Views from inside a black cab. Image by Gabrielle Pachon. United Kingdom, 2018.
William and Mary students report from across the globe: from France and the UK to communities around the United States.  
Illustrations capturing everyday life in Afghanistan on display February 21–September 6.
Pulitzer Center education director Mark Schulte delivers a keynote address at the Cuyahoga Community College Global Issues Resource Center's Conflict Resolution Educators' conference in Cleveland.
If Afrormosia goes extinct, it could threaten the forest’s resilience and stability, increasing greenhouse gas emissions and unleashing more chaotic weather on frica and the rest of the world. It’s in everyone’s interest to protect these trees. Image by Sarah Waiswa. Democratic Republic of Congo, 2019.
Vox reporter Umair Irfan and visuals editor Kainaz Amaria will participate in the webinar hosted by the Smith/Patterson Science Journalism Lecture and the Missouri School of Journalism.
Pulitzer Center grantee Melissa Noel (left) and student fellow alum Caron Creighton (right).
Are you interested in becoming a foreign correspondent? This session for emerging journalists explores how to apply for grants and fellowships, even while in school.
Image courtesy of Liza Jessie Peterson. Undated.
The actress, playwright and poet will present selected theatrical works based on her many years working with incarcerated populations. A Q&A will follow the performance.
Reporters, photographers and videographers address the challenges - and opportunities - of freelance foreign reporting in today's turbulent media market
Pulitzer Center grantee Daniella Zalcman to speak at DC's Newseum on December 11, 2014.
Muhammad is a journalist who fled Kabul with his wife and children. He and his family had been living in a tent in this camp for months when journalist Sonia Shah met him. “I can’t name one person here who isn’t losing their mind,” he said. Image by Frederick Atax. Greece, 2016.
Join the Pulitzer Center and Global Health NOW at the 2019 CUGH conference for a workshop on tips and tools for better communicating research to the public and engaging with the news media.  
While western politicians and consumers fret over the declining economy and increasing oil prices, the news from East Africa is that with a growing majority of the world living on less than a dollar...
Join a conversation with Pulitzer Center grantee on the transformation of the Islam world, from 1798 into modernity.
Pulitzer Center grantee and science journalist examines the future of malaria prevention in Mali.
A woman works on bookkeeping using the light of her phone in the Market 3 slum in the Navotas Fish Port Complex. Market 3 has electricity but no plumbing. Residents often turn to drugs to alleviate hunger and stay awake for the long hours they work at low pay. Image by James Whitlow Delano. Philippines, 2017.
Independent journalist Ana Santos reflects on the ongoing situation in her home country.  
Pulitzer Center grantee discusses his experience reporting on the war in Syria and investigators' efforts to tie President Assad to torture and other human rights abuses.
Image by Jordan Roth. United States, 2016.
In this workshop for upper elementary and middle school students, we will read and write poems in response to under-reported news stories.
Boston University Fellows Jason Hayes and Meghan Dhaliwal share why they chose to report from Haiti. Joining the conversation is Pulitzer Center grantee Jane Regan, Haiti Grassroots Watch coordinator.
Souad and her family fled Basateen, a suburb of Aden, two months before this photo was taken. They may be safe from bombs, but they have become homeless in their own land and still face the daily threat of starvation. Image by Marcia Biggs. Yemen, 2018.
Award-winning journalist focuses on her reporting from Yemen to Honduras.
Pulitzer Center executive editor will participate in a panel discussion about how to break the “vicious cycles of dirty money.”
On June 4 and 5 Pulitzer Center staff will participate in MHZ Networks' ShortieCon, a professional development conference for teachers and students. The sessions are being held at the Art Institute...
The Pulitzer center will host a global education program at the National Council for Social Studies' 90th Annual Conference. An interactive session with the Pulitzer Center will introduce innovative...
Attend the opening of Carlos Javier Ortiz's photo exhibition at the Bronx Documentary Center on Saturday, January 24.
Behind the Front Lines: Reporting on Children in Conflict. 2019.
Attend this panel featuring humanitarian experts and journalists with first-hand perspectives from reporting in conflict zones.
Pulitzer Center grantees talk about their work overseas in an event at Columbia University.
Pulitzer Center grantee presents her book on Middle Eastern women at New America.
Christine Namatovu and her son Andrew bring solace to each other in the house Namatovu’s in-laws tried to seize when her husband died. Pushing widows off their property is common practice in this region; Namatovu, with the help of lawyers, fought back. Image by Amy Toensing. Uganda, 2016.
Photojournalist, Amy Toensing and deputy director of photography at National Geographic Whitney Johnson will discuss the project, A World of Widows, that documents the status of widows in Uganda,...
Author Suzanne Franks, formerly with BBC Television, joins us to consider the nexus of global politics, celebrity and the media when disasters occur.
Canada, 2018.
"We Became Fragments" will screen at the LA Shorts International Festival on August 1.
Kharim Ahmad, 22, suffered shrapnel wounds on his face and the loss of a leg from fighting in Sangin.
The International Women’s Media Foundation presents award-winning photojournalist Paula Bronstein discussing her new book Afghanistan: Between Hope and Fear at Busboys and Poets.
Anna Badkhen and Vanessa Gezari offer their unique perspectives on Afghanistan and what the future may hold for the region during Westchester Community College visit.
Join the Pulitzer Center at Howard University for a conversation with Nikole Hannah-Jones about her landmark 1619 Project. Image courtesy of Howard University. United States, 2019.
Award-winning investigative reporter Nikole Hannah-Jones will speak about the 1619 Project at Howard University on October 29, 2019.
Pulitzer Center's Nathalie Applewhite participates in the 21st Annual Society of Environmental Journalists Conference.
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Property rights is a growing issue hiding in plain sight—not just in developing countries, but across the United States as well. Please join the Future of Property Rights Program at New America, the...
Double protection: 31-year-old Mojdeh teaches children to play the piano in Gorgan. But in the past two months, all of their courses have been canceled. Practicing with the kids on the internet didn't work. Now she gives a few private lessons, only three a day, and earns around 63 euros a month. It is not enough to pay for living expenses and debts. Finding special protective masks is difficult. In addition, according to Mojdeh, spraying disinfectant permanently damages the piano. Iranian singers, in turn, give online traditional-style singing lessons for middle and upper-class women, some of whom also pay for it. Image by Kianoush Saadati / NVP Images. Iran, 2020.
In the 2020 Summer Institute for Educators, participants will hear from journalists and Pulitzer Center staff to explore how health reporting can offer insights on the challenges presented by COVID-...
Monday, April 26 7:00 p.m. University of Wisconsin-River Falls North Hall Auditorium In conjunction with the Working Journalists Series, the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting and the...
Journalists Dan Sagalyn and Jamie McIntyre take their audience behind the scenes into their series on Pentagon plans to spend an estimated $1 trillion to buy a new generation of nuclear weapons.
Photojournalist examines climate change, pollution and public health through his Pulitzer Center-supported reporting. 
Members of Allison Herrera's family near their ancestral village of Toro Creek. Today, Salinan Indians are still fighting to reclaim their land. Image courtesy of Allison Herrera. California, 1930s.
Multimedia reporter discusses her project, Inter(Nation)al.
New book considers suggestibility on display in every part of human experience.
What may be next for the U.S. in Africa in its war against Islamist militants? Join us on October 15 to learn more.
Public welcome to join the conversation focused on science reporting, including on HIV/AIDS and Ebola. Participating educators receive professional development certificates from the Pulitzer Center.
Pulitzer Center grantee Micah Albert shares his award-winning documentary photography Wednesday, January 30 at the McGeorge School of Law in California.
Teddy Washington was one of 10 African American Washington University students involved in a July 7, 2018, incident at a St. Louis-area IHOP. Image by Chad Davis. Missouri, 2019.
Hear from journalist Richard Weiss and student Teddy Washington, a main character in his reporting on race relations in St. Louis area. Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Wesley Lowery joins the...
David Rochkind's photographs of the TB epidemic in Moldova, India and South Africa will be displayed at Global Health in Focus, an exhibition co-sponsored by Pulitzer Center and Boston University.
Image by Andre Lambertson. Haiti, 2010.
Poet Kwame Dawes speaks at Georgetown University Kwame Dawes will be at Georgetown University's Copley Hall for a poetry reading of his work. The event will be followed by a brief question and...
Image courtesy of American University School of Communications.
Join documentary filmmaker Bill Gentile, a professor at Campus Consortium partner American University, as he considers the role of an independent press and how to keep journalists safe when they're...
AAJA 2020. Image by Asian American Journalists Association.
Pulitzer Center Grants and Impact Coordinator Leilani Rania Ganser discusses how journalists can be more inclusive at this AAJA Fest virtual panel.
The National Endowment for Democracy presents: Brutal Censorship: Targeting Journalists in the North Caucasus
Eli Kintisch visits Campus Consortium partner to share his reporting on the impact of climate change on the Arctic's landscape and economy, and what that holds for other regions of the world.
Abdullah, 12, lives in a crowded converted gym outside Berlin that houses refugees. Image by Emily Kassie. Germany, 2016.
Pulitzer Center grantee speaks with students and faculty about her award-winning reporting and issues of how some small business owners are profiting from the global migrant crisis.
Pulitzer Center journalists explore range of health issues from tuberculosis in Vietnam to the sex-selective abortions in India.
Image from 2018 WaterSmart Innovations.
Pulitzer Center grantee speaks at urban water-efficiency conference on his reporting from South Africa.
Students exhibit photos and captions created as part of the Pulitzer Center's "Walk Like a Journalist" slow-reporting workshops in late 2016.
Original documentary short "Defending the Koshi" by Jennifer Gonzalez and Steve Matzker, a story about water rights in Nepal, screens at SIU Carbondale.
A Rohingya refugee displays her burn scars. Image by Doug Bock Clark. Bangladesh, 2017.
Pulitzer Center grantee journalists Doug Bock Clark and Nahal Toosi provide first-hand information from Myanmar and surrounding region.  
Annual Westchester Community College "Meet the Pros" features Pulitzer Center grantee Allison Shelley and Melissa Turley, the 2012 George Washington University student fellow.
Joane beside a bonfire used to burn plastic waste. Image by Pablo Albarenga. Brazil, 2019.
Short documentaries address range of global challenges including climate change, mental  health, gender violence and communicable diseases.
Join the Pulitzer Center at Wake Forest University for Too Young to Wed: Uncovering the Secret World of Child Brides.
Fergana, Uzbekistan city canal, Image via Flickr-user Queen Esoterica, 2008
Location: CSIS, 1800 K St. NW, Washington, DC In recognition of World Water Day on March 22, The Center for Strategic and International Studies and the WASH Advocacy Initiative are hosting a "...
Tupi, 29, became a rainforest defender after a personal process of identity-building that has made her proud of her Tupinamba ethnic origins. She became the first woman in her village to assert that she had faced violence. That was the first step to addressing the issue of gender violence in her village, Sao Francisco, in the Extractivist Reserve of the Tapajós-Aparapiuns rivers. She has encouraged other Indigenous women to tell their stories and fight gender violence. Tupi leads a women's support group and has joined the Suraras do Tapajós, a group of Indigenous women who defend their identity and the surrounding rainforest territory through activism and traditional music. Right: Tupi in her home village. Left: The territory that Tupi defends: the body of the Indigenous women. On her back she has body paint representing a snake, as a symbol of strength. Image by Pablo Albarenga. Brazil, 2019.
Pulitzer Center-supported photo projects will be on exhibit at Photoville in New York City. The projects focus on environmental and social issues in South America.
Jennifer Redfearn's Oscar-nominated documentary, sponsored partly by a grant from Pulitzer Center, about one of the first climate change refugees will debut at Full Frame Documentary Film Festival.
Migrants eat a meager meal of beans before making the dangerous trek into the Saharan desert and on to Libya. Image by Emily Kassie. Niger, 2016.
Westchester Community College organizes two-day visit to focus on the great migration of people from Africa and the Middle East in hopes of reaching safety and a better future.
ICWA and the Pulitzer Center invite you to join us for a special brown bag lunch with former CNN producer and AP journalist.
Image by Daniella Zalcman.
Powerful photography documents how diverse communities are reframing their identities and pushing back against racial stereotypes.
World Health Summit workshop about global health for development includes grantee Samuel Loewenberg.
Betty Nanozi was robbed of everything she owned, twice. Image by Kathryn Carlson. Uganda, 2016.
Cynthia Gorney discusses "For Widows: Life After Loss" as part of Pulitzer Center visit to Austin, Texas.
Simone Edwards, Maurice Tomlinson join filmmaker Micah Fink to share how homophobia in their homeland Jamaica changed their lives.
A father of a slain drug suspect clutches a photograph of his late son at a rally in Quezon City, on July 24, 2017. Image by Pat Nabong. Philippines, 2017.
Fellow Pat Nabong's reporting focuses on the impact on low-income families. Event includes discussion with Nabong and Bro. Jun Santiago, who also has documented social justice issues in the...
Pulitzer Prize winner Larry C. Price is guest presenter at exhibition featuring images from his project on child labor in gold mining.
Pulitzer Center Education Director Mark Schulte speaks at the Asia Society's Partnership for Global Learning annual conference in Brooklyn, New York.
Image by Krithika Varagur.
Join Pulitzer Center-supported journalist Krithika Varagur and Bruce Riedel of the Brookings Institution as they consider the lasting effects of Saudi influence today.
Pulitzer Center grantee Ameto Akpe will discuss the causes of Nigeria's water and sanitation issues at a day-long conference held by the Wilson Center in Washington, DC.
A woman sits with her baby inside a shelter for displaced persons in Ibb. Image by Nariman El-Mofty/AP Photo. Yemen, 2018.
This free exhibition features photographer Nariman El-Mofty's Pulitzer Prize-winning project. 
In this webinar for educators, Pulitzer Center education staff will introduce resources connected to The 1619 Project and Christina Sneed will discuss her classroom engagements with the project.
October 20, 2010 Main Ballroom of the Double Tree Hotel 1515 Rhode Island Avenue, NW Washington, D.C. It has been nearly three months since Persephone Miel left us, succumbing to her long battle...
Director Micah Fink brings "The Abominable Crime" to the Netherlands, connects with those whose stories are told in the documentary: Maurice Tomlinson and Simone Edwards.
Flooding in Texas following Hurricane Harvey. Image by George Steinmetz. United States, 2018.
Photographer George Steinmetz and Evan Berry of American University come together for a conversation on climate change moderated by Pulitzer Center Executive Editor Indira Lakshmanan.
The October 15th event at the University of Pennsylvania is held as a campus event of the Preceptorials Committee. As part of the Student Committee on Undergraduate Education (SCUE), a student-...
Seven years in the making, this tale of two circuses is a culture-crossing performance piece that offers an inspiring story of resilience and joy.
Nawroz and his son Zewarshah at their home in Charkh, Aghanistan, in 2015. Nawroz had sent his sons out to collect grain on the morning of August 3 only to have Zewarshah witness the death of his younger brother, Ayman, whose nickname was Sufi. Image by Jason Motlagh. Afghanistan, 2015.
Students hear from Pulitzer Center grantee on his journalism career and issues he has covered, from civilian post-traumatic shock in Afghanistan to the dangerous trek of migrants across the Darien...
With a new decree issued by the King that puts many unemployed Saudi women to work, traditional gender roles in the region are slowly being challenged.
Marina was addicted to drugs for 15 years. Image by Anna Nemtsova. Russia, 2017.
Anna Nemtsova shares her reporting on the HIV/AIDS epidemic taking place in Russia, particularly the effect this has on Russian women.
Pulitzer Center grantee Scott Anderson discusses his Middle East reporting with Jake Silverstein, editor in chief of The New York Times Magazine, and Pulitzer Center executive director Jon...
This webinar for educators introduces digital resources and hands-on activities that students can use to explore photojournalism while learning remotely
Washington State University Professor Peter Chilson discusses his Pulitzer Center reporting project about borders in Africa and his recent experiences in Mali.
Heartland Film Festival 2019
Two Syrian mothers navigate an inflexible European resettlement program to build a future for their newborn daughters.
Ostrovsky will join academics and regional experts in a panel discussion presented by the University of Chicago
Voices of Haiti: A Post- Quake Odyssey in VerseInternational Premiere Performance Venue: Old Salem Visitor Center-Gray AuditoriumWinston Salem, North Carolina We will provide a link...
Pulitzer staff members Summer Marion and Kate Seche will lead a workshop hosted by the National Social Studies Supervisors Association in Denver, Colorado. Participants will be introduced to the...
Award-winning documentary filmmaker Callum Macrae tours U.S. college campuses from New York to San Diego to screen his film, No Fire Zone, and discuss human rights issues.
Pulitzer Center leads a free edWebinar from in partnership with Common Sense Media that describes methods for using the Center's education resources and programs to increase students'...
Chatham House, Thursday 20 November, 12:00-13:00 Please note that the meeting will be held on the record.
Aerial footage, interviews and other media from "The Megacity Initiative" provide insight into the world's rapidly urbanizing countries.
Why do billions of people lack access to surgical care? How can communities and medical professionals address this global health problem? Join journalist Bridget Huber to learn more.
Join us for a discussion on reproductive rights, family planning, and the effect of foreign aid on female health initiatives in Nigeria.
Five photojournalists will present projects they recently worked on.
Tomas van Houtryve discusses his work as it relates to contemporary warfare at The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art.
Angie, activist in South Africa.
Join us for a conversation at George Washington University on social media's role in raising awareness around gender violence.
Phillip Martin to visit South Dakota State University.
Pulitzer Center grantee Phillip Martin visits South Dakota State University for two days of talks and presentations.
Ann Peters, Pulitzer Center director of development and outreach, led workshops at the "Reclaiming the Prince of Peace Conference," an event focusing on the impact of war and violence organized by...
Uganda's Lord's Resistance Army rebels have waged a quarter-century campaign of terror across central Africa, kidnapping over 60,000 children and driving over 2 million people from their homes. Now...
Image courtesy of the ByWater Institute at Tulane University.
In his adopted hometown of New Orleans, Pulitzer Center-supported journalist and author expands on his extensive New York Times Magazine piece. 
Image by Pablo Albarenga. Ecuador, 2019.
In the 2020 CLACS Summer Institute, participants will hear from journalists and Pulitzer Center staff to explore methods for using global news stories and journalism skills in curricula
The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting presents "Hungry? Frontline on the Threats to the Global Food Supply" at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The event is sponsored by the Frank...
Join us for a Global Health Storytelling forum at Campus Consortium partner Boston University to dissect this lofty goal of ending poverty in the next two decades.
Ms. Feng, 41-year-old, works at a noodle factory. Her hand was injured during work. The intermediary company, which introduced her to the job in Singapore, refused to refund her. Before got injured, she only worked in Singapore for 25 days. Image by Xyza Bacani. Singapore, 2017.
Bacani's work on Chinese migrant workers in Singapore and Zalcman's work on Native American survivors of the Canadian residential school system featured in exhibit, Here We Are: Visual Resistance...
Pulitzer Center grantees Michael Hayden and Daniella Zalcman share their experiences reporting on societal barriers to ending the AIDS epidemic.
The sheer number of people and the limited infrastructure have led to filthy conditions in the camps. There is almost no privacy. Image by Szymon Barylski. Bangladesh, 2018.
Lecture part of visit by Politico reporter and Pulitzer Center grantee to Campus Consortium partner Flagler College.  
Award-winning science writer discusses the mind's ability to influence, transform and heal the body.
Young journalists from the Muslim world highlight their coverage of revolutions and human rights.
Filmmaker Rob Tinworth screens his documentary "The Life Equation" and shares his reporting with public health students and faculty.  
Dimiter Kenarov visits Duquesne University as part of his Pulitzer Center tour to discuss his reporting on shale gas extraction in Eastern Europe and the US.
The 2019 Johns Hopkins-Pulitzer Center Symposium. Surviving Trauma: Stories of Pain and Possibility.
The seventh annual Johns Hopkins-Pulitzer Center Symposium focuses on journalists and public health scholars examining the effects of trauma and paths to healing.  
Pulitzer Center photojournalist David Rochkind will share his thoughts on the TB epidemic at a panel discussion "Why Global Health Matters," a part of the Global Health in Focus exhibition.
Image by Vanessa Gezari. Afghanistan, 2010.
Vanessa Gezari, a freelance journalist who has been embedded in Afghanistan with the U.S. Army, the Marine Corps, and Canadian forces will be speaking to William and Mary students on her experiences...
A woman sits with her baby inside a shelter for displaced persons in Ibb. Image by Nariman El-Mofty/AP Photo. Yemen, 2018.
Pulitzer Center supports the award-winning reporting by Michael and her AP colleagues. Their coverage features groundbreaking investigations of corruption, torture and other war crimes in Yemen as...
A member of the military at Guantanamo Bay’s detention center. For most of two decades, the United States has been holding five men accused of helping plot the September 11, 2001 attacks. Image by Doug Mills/The New York Times. United States, undated.
Grounded in the context of the 2020 presidential election, discussion between journalist and retired U.S. rear admiral considers the moral, legal and political challenges surrounding military prison.
As the death toll in Afghanistan rises from US airstrikes and militants' use of human shields, Jason Motlagh explores the impact on Afghan communities and international efforts to stem the Taliban-...
Science Magazine correspondent Eli Kintisch traveled to Russia and Alaska. Now he tells US audiences about his findings on the impact of thawing Arctic soils.
Book documents legendary American journalist's time in Moscow during the Cold War.
University of Chicago forum brings together journalists and academic specialists to assess significance cultural traditions play in meeting one of China's most significant challenges
Journalist Eli Kintisch draws on reporting from Russia and Alaska in conversations with students in journalism and environmental studies classes.
New book documents legendary journalist's time in Moscow during the Cold War.
Pulitzer Center grantee David Rochkind discusses his reporting on TB and HIV for a Department of Global Health event at the University of Washington, Seattle.
Cuban migrants stranded in Panama talk to journalists at the camp where they are housed in Gualaca in the western province of Chiriquí. Image by José A. Iglesias. Panama, 2017.
Grantee Rolando Arrieta, a Peabody award-winning journalist for NPR, will moderate a panel discussion on the Cuban Diaspora at the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art in Winston-Salem, NC.
Grantee photographer Tomas van Houtryve's project is a part of a group exhibition, Perpetual Revolution: The Image and Social Change.
Award-winning documentary on homophobia in Jamaica comes to main campus of the University of the West Indies.
Emergency care physician Rodrigo Lobo was the first to suspect a yellow fever outbreak in the area around Teófilo Otoni, Brazil. The city is about 460 miles north of Rio de Janeiro. Image by Mark Hoffman. Brazil, 2017.
Pulitzer Center-supported journalists and student fellows screen films and discuss their global health related reporting, from climate change to domestic violence.
Pulitzer Center grantee John Schmid will discuss his reporting project "China and Wisconsin: Paper Cuts" at Davidson College April 15 and 16.
Pulitzer Center at the 2020 Environmental Film Festival in the Nation's Capital
Multiple Pulitzer Center-supported films will screen at the 28th annual Environmental Film Festival.
Guilford College focuses attention on child marriage with Campus Consortium event.
Location: Newseum, 555 Pennsylvania Ave, NW, Washington, DC The Newseum is displaying a slideshow on the giant, 800 square foot atrium screen featuring photographs of the water crisis from across...
NATO soldiers and airmen learn how to carve a temporary shelter into drifted snow at the Canadian military’s Chrystal City training facility near Resolute Bay in Nunavut. Image by Louie Palu. Canada, 2018.
Photographic exhibit provides window evolving perceived state of militarization in the North American Arctic. 
A bruised transgender woman is forced to wait for trial confined with male prisoners, many of whom abuse her. Image by Ana María Arévalo. Venezuela, 2017.
At Photoville 2020, grantees discuss their approach to photographing marginalized communities, from Indigenous activists in the Amazon to women suffering overcrowded and violent prison conditions in...
Nathalie Applewhite and Summer Marion presented the following session at the Asia Society Partnership for Global Learning annual conference in Rockville, Maryland: From Information to Engagement:...
Two-day visit gives students and faculty insight into journalist's work and career as well as offers further exploration of opportunities associated with international reporting fellowship.  
Featuring Yunfan Sun, Leah Thompson at South Dakota State University on the people of Bishan who struggle to maintain their heritage and folk traditions in the wake of China's rapid urbanization.
After the 2010 earthquake, NGOs dumped hundreds of thousands of gallons of raw sewage at the end of the Port-au-Prince city landfill, which borders the sea and is not lined with an impermeable material. Image by Marie Arago/NPR. Haiti, 2017.
Hear journalists Jon Cohen and Rebecca Hersher discuss the need for quality science reporting with Dr. Amesh Adalja at the 2018 Johns Hopkins-Pulitzer Center Symposium.
A holographic image of Mao in a rural farmhouse. Despite decades of violence and murder, Mao is still revered by many Chinese as a near god-like figure. Image by Sim Chi Yin/ VII Photo Agency. China, 2016.
How is China's religious revival influencing the country's future? Visit with Pulitzer Center journalist grantee Ian Johnson for a book signing and discussion at East City Bookshop in Washington, D.C...
Filmmaker and human rights lawyer join in conversation about homophobia in Jamaica.
Image by Iris Zaki. Israel, 2017.
Pulitzer Center grantee Iris Zaki debuts latest film at Copenhagen International Documentary Festival.
Award-winning photojournalist Larry Price exhibits his work at exhibition focused of socio-ecological impacts of gold mining.
Ladies' Literary Society
Seamus Murphy brings to life the stories and poetry of Afghan women through his photographs at Poetry Foundation exhibition June 19 - August 24.
Image by Jordan Roth. United States, 2016.
In this workshop for students, we will write poems in response to under-reported news stories. Poems crafted in this workshops can be entered into our 2020 Fighting Words Poetry Contest.
Liberian journalists Mae Azango and Prue Clarke speak at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism on April 26.
Image courtesy of the Idlewild International Film Festival. United States, 2019.
In the Columbia University student fellow film, Tatenda Ngwaru, an intersex woman from Zimbabwe, seeks to find her place in the United States.
In this one-hour webinar for educators, the Pulitzer Center education staff,  journalist William Freivogel, and educator Christina Sneed will explore The 1857 Project and the implementation of its...
Pulitzer Center grantee Carmen Russell will present "Restaveks: Haiti's Child Slaves" at New York University's Against Child Trafficking event.
Sascha Garrey and Selin Thomas traveled to Uganda and Turkey as part of their Campus Consortium fellowships.
Members of the Munduruku village gather to bless the Brazil nut harvest. Image by Sam Eaton. Brazil, 2018.
From the Arctic to the Amazon, communities are facing tremendous shifts in their ways of life. Hear more from Pulitzer Center-supported journalists and films at the Environmental Film Festival in the...
10/24 4:15-5:30 and 7:30-9:30p Nathalie Applewhite, managing director of the Water Wars portal, and Water Wars journalist Alex Stonehill, will describe the Gateway project and show examples. Go to...
Youth circus arts program hosts producer and performers from a documentary about world-class acrobats from remote corners of the globe who join together to combat suicide, poverty and despair.
Grantee visits Nerinx Hall High School in St. Louis to discuss how the political dialogue is shaped by immigration policy.
A King's decree put tens of thousands of Saudi women into the workforce. How did they fare and what's next for them?
Michael Scott Moore's book, released July 2018. Image Courtesy of Harper Collins Publishers. United States, 2018.
Join grantee Michael Scott Moore at a book reading at Politics and Prose on Saturday, July 28. No RSVP necessary.
From Cambodia to China, journalists explore the way spirituality and religion are intertwined with connections to the land.
Out of Bondage
Join Pulitzer Center Grantees on Tuesday, August 23rd for a discussion of bonded labor in South Asia.
Amazon rainforest as seen from above. Image by Vox. Brazil, 2019. 
UNA Chicago and the Pulitzer Center have partnered for a digital event meant to teach, inspire, and connect all things climate change.
World's rapid population growth focus of discussion with L.A. Times journalist Kenneth R. Weiss, Pulitzer Center Senior Editor Tom Hundley
Olhares Film Festival 2019
Two Syrian mothers navigate an inflexible European resettlement program to build a future for their newborn daughters.
“Stay Strong.” Image by Mateo Ruiz González. United States, 2020.
Through multimedia, the project creates a historical record of the coronavirus pandemic in New York City.
Jen Marlowe will discuss her films Darfur Diaries and Rebuilding Hope at Vanderbilt University's Holocaust Lecture series on October 2.
No Fire Zone filmmaker brings his investigation, efforts to raise awareness of war crime allegations to Washington University Harris World Law Institute.
Image courtesy of the Camden Conference. 2019.
Pulitzer Center's Indira Lakshmanan moderates the 2019 Camden Conference on China's emergence as a major global power.
Film Director Sanjeev Chatterjee, associate professor and executive director of U. Miami's Knight Center for International Media, will screen his documentary "One Water" at the College of William...
Journalists come to 2016 Environmental Film Festival to explore critical global environmental and public health issues: vanishing groundwater, mercury pollution and water transfer projects.
Documentary photographer Carlos Javier Ortiz joins health professionals and other experts to discuss how journalism, the creative arts, and public health can work together to retell the story of...
Join us in New York for an evening of Afghan women's folk poetry with journalist and author Eliza Griswold.
Pulitzer Center Executive Editor Indira Lakshmanan and Marketing Coordinator Jin Ding will speak at the Asian American Journalism Association(AAJA)'s annual convention in Houston, TX on Friday,...
Landmark edition of The New York Times Magazine trace the lives of individuals across the Middle East living through the turmoil. Writer and multimedia journalist share those stories and...
Dimiter Kenarov and Mark Schulte to speak to middle and high school students from San Diego and Baja California at the 16th annual WorldLink Youth Town Meeting.
Nikole Hannah-Jones to visit Hampton University's Scripps Howard School of Journalism.
Nikole Hannah-Jones to visit Hampton University campus for a discussion on her landmark 1619 project.
An exhibit capturing the compelling work of eight Pulitzer Center photographers whose work challenges our notions of what to expect from images of crisis.
Join us at SIU-Carbondale as Pulitzer Center Director, Journalists and a Haitian NGO Development Director discuss Haiti's reconstruction progress, one year later. Jon Sawyer, founding director of...
The Fight: Battling Cancer in Haiti. 2019.
Please join us for a conversation with award-winning Pulitzer Center grantee journalist Jacqueline Charles at Guttman Community College, one of our Campus Consortium partners. She'll highlight some...
An image taken by an ex-inmate as part of Brian Frank's "Visions of Justice" project. The image captures a young man and his dog on the streets of San Francisco. Image by Chris Shurn. United States, 2018.
How can art – from photography workshops for youth to personal expression through creative means – change narratives surrounding the criminal justice system? Join Norris Henderson, Brian Frank and...
David Hecht is scheduled to speak at the University of Edinburgh School of Social and Political Science as part of their Center for African Studies seminar series: Date and Time: 7th Oct 2009 16:00...
The Yazidi community was devastated as the Islamic State forced conversions and enslavement. Journalist's reporting tells what happened next.
From "The Stolen Children" Pulitzer Center project. Image by Glenna Gordon. Nigeria, 2017.
Journalist's month-long reporting trip brought her face-to-face with child survivors of abductios who shared their stories.
Learn what it takes to work abroad as a journalist in the digital age—how to prepare, report safely, and develop the skills that will serve you best.
Acrobats Yamoussa Bangoura and Guillaume Saladin perform at the Emerson College 'Circus Without Borders' screening. Image by Michele McDonald. Massachusetts, 2015.
Circus Kalabanté director Yamoussa Bangoura leads a talkback, with filmmaker Susan Gray, and a performance following the screening at the Avalon Theatre.
Talk focuses on "The First 1,000 Days" reporting, examining the lives of mothers and their babies in India, Uganda, Guatemala and Chicago and the impact of proper nutrition to survive and thrive.
Award-winning directors Micah Fink and Fiona Lloyd-Davies participate in the St. Louis premieres of their documentaries as well as a post-screening reception.
Join the Pulitzer Center and Global Health NOW at the 2018 CUGH conference for a workshop on ways to better communicate research and field experience to the public.
Although Pennsylvania does most of the fracking for shale gas in the region, neighboring Ohio has begun to feel some strain from the hunt for this fossil fuel. Dimiter Kenarov discusses.
Image courtesy of Amit Madheshiya and Shirley Abraham.
Shirley Abraham shares her work on a global problem: communities turning on "the other"– sometimes with extreme violence as part of conversation with other award-winning journalists reporting on...
Pulitzer Center grantee William Wheeler discusses at Washington University in St. Louis the plight of African guest workers in Libya after the fall of Qaddafi.
Image by Andre Lambertson. Haiti, 2010.
Poet Kwame Dawes to speak at Knox College The English Department of Knox College will be hosting a lecture with Kwame Dawes this March as part of their spring events series. Location: TBA The...
Jamal Muhammad Ali Qied (left), whose 14-year-old brother was killed in the airstrike, and Yahia al-Abdeli, who was injured and whose brother was killed, at the site of the attack. Image by Tyler Hicks/The New York Times. Yemen, 2018.
Pulitzer Center grantee journalist Maggie Michael and Jeffrey E. Stern explore their reporting during conversation at Campus Consortium partner University of Chicago.
This webinar and discussion for educators will explore methods for engaging with students in global news this fall, and also introduce free resources and opportunities for students and teachers
As part of Lynchburg College's Wading In series of events, William Wheeler and Anna-Katarina Gravgaard will speak to classes on their reporting on water issues and climate change in South Asia....
The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, American University, and the United States Institute of Peace present Sudan: Rebuilding Hope Washington DC Premiere Film Screening and Panel Discussion...
Book talk and signing part of grantee's 10-year examination of human rights consequences of statelessness..
Migrants whose boat was intercepted by the Libyan navy wait to be given shoes before they can be moved to a detention center in Tripoli. Image by Peter Tinti. Libya, 2017.
Latest Foreign Policy Pulitzer Center-supported reporting part of author's New York City book event. 
Join us at the New York Academy of Medicine for a special event: “Mapping Cholera,” a discussion on the past, present, and future of cholera and other emerging infectious diseases.
Zach Fannin reports on Putin, patriotism, and propaganda in Russia. Image courtesy of PBS NewsHour. Russia, 2017.
Pulitzer Center grantee talks Putin, politics, and propaganda at Davidson College.
Cover designed by Jordan Roth. Image by Misha Friedman. South Africa, 2016.
This Campus Consortium event in partnership with Boston University is focused on the fight to end HIV/AIDS everywhere.
Documentary on homophobia in Jamaica part of two-day event "Embracing Jamaican Sexualities."
Five short films explore the intersection of property rights with environmental and social issues. Join us at the Environmental Film Festival and hear from the filmmakers.
Photographs from Sean Gallagher's Pulitzer Center-supported project, "Meltdown," exhibited in Beijing on Saturday, April 20.
Amazon rainforest area in Acre. Deforestation points are easily identifiable by satellite imagery along the roads. Image by Marcio Pimenta. Brazil, 2019. 
Grantee Marcio Pimenta will highlight his documentary "Stress Nexus," which studies our civilization in times of climate change.
Short films and discussion on the global phenomenon of child brides, honor killings in Pakistan, adoptions and trafficking in Nepal, and reproductive health in Liberia.
Image by Andre Lambertson, Haiti, 2010.
Pulitzer Center grant-recipient Lisa Armstrong will be honored Saturday for her work in developing countries at the 2nd International Women's Day Luncheon. The event is hosted by the Psi Epsilon...
Aerial photo of the breach near Old Inlet, located within Fire Island National Seashore's wilderness area. June, 2016. Image by Charles Flagg, NPS Photo. 
Join us for a conversation about an exciting new opportunity: a collaborative reporting effort focused on climate science in U.S. coastal states.
Still image from Victoria's Foil, a film by Brett Forrest and Brian Ryu, Pulitzer Center reporting fellows from Columbia University. 2020.
Holly Piepenburg will screen and discuss Victoria’s Foil, a film by two Columbia University reporting fellows.
Carnegie Institution for Science, Elihu Root Auditorium On March 23, the Pulitzer Center presented a series of films on the global water crisis as part of the DC Environmental Film Festival. Topics...
Documentary explores use of big data in public health. Follow the stories of the patients and service provides in this Pulitzer Center-supported film by Rob Tinworth.
With photographs by Marcus Bleasdale, Robin Hammond and Andrew Lambertson, latest Pulitzer Center-Worcester Art Museum exhibit sheds light on children at war.
Everyday Noodle. Image by Melissa McCart. Pennsylvania, 2018.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reporter Melissa McCart discusses her Pulitzer Center-supported project on Asian American identity, Pittsburgh's growing communities originally from China and Taiwan...
Projects range from coverage of the Ebola outbreak to the causes and effects of why non-communicable diseases are on the rise.
Capturing suspected pirates off the coast of Somalia. Image courtesy of the European Union Naval Force. Somalia, 2012.
Campus Consortium partner collaborates with Pulitzer Center to raise awareness of risks journalists face in reporting around the world and demands of the profession in a rapidly changing environment...
Filmmaker Micah Fink profiled two Jamaicans who left their homeland because of homophobia. The three come together for the first time in public for a conversation.
An Iranian soldier wearing a gas mask during the Iran-Iraq War. In the waning days of the war, Iraq resorted more frequently to bombarding soldiers and civilians with sulfur mustard and nerve agents. Image licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0.
Screening of 'Winds of Chemical Warfare' part of conversation with Pulitzer Center grantee journalist Richard Stone and filmmaker Fabienne Lips-Dumas.
Pulitzer Center grantee presents 'A Different War: Liberia in the Time of Ebola' at conference honoring women journalists.
outlawed in pakistan
“Outlawed in Pakistan” tells the story of Kainat Soomro as she takes her rape case to Pakistan’s deeply flawed court system in hopes of finding justice.
Pulitzer Center education and editorial staff describe the Center's digital resources for K-12 students and talk to educators to educators about ways to connect students with underreported global...
Poet Kwame Dawes headlines Pulitzer Center multimedia exploration of Haiti's earthquake through the lives, and voices, of Haitians confronting the ongoing consequences of this disaster.
Image courtesy of Vancouver Queer Film Festival. 2019.
She’s Not a Boy, the story of an asylum-seeking intersex woman who fled Zimbabwe, will screen at the Vancouver Queer Film Festival in August.
Congo Basin RJF Webinar
Participants will learn from a WRI expert the basics of how to use Forest Atlas, and how Global Forest Watch can be used in journalistic coverage of forest issues in the greater Congo Basin region. 
What's happening on the ground in Haiti? Join us for a conversation beyond the sound bites. Journalists will discuss a range of issues including reconstruction, public health, human rights, and...
More people than ever before are confronting environmental challenges, including climate change. How do journalists explore new angles on these issues?
Sanga-Minson, 64, surveys his recently reclaimed land in the Barangay T'konel region. Image by Chien-Chi Chang. Philippines, 2018.
Join Susan Meiselas and Thomas Dworzak as they discuss their Pulitzer Center-supported work at exhibit in San Francisco. 
Wednesday, October 29, 2008, 7 - 9 pm Columbia University, Graduate School of Journalism 3rd Floor Lecture Hall, 116th and Broadway How a team of young journalists found untold stories and...
In this documentary, two circus troupes from remote corners of the globe use art and the power of dreams to transform themselves and their communities.
PBS Newshour broadcast still image of a child in South Sudan. Reporting by Jane Ferguson. South Sudan, 2017.
PBS NewsHour special correspondent Jane Ferguson presents her reporting from South Sudan, exploring the impacts of ethnic violence, economic collapse and famine.
Pulitzer Center's Tom Hundley and photojournalist Allison Shelley share their reporting on the politics of family planning and the stories of individual women.
The 2018 Summer Institute for Educators, co-sponsored by the Pulitzer Center and the University of Chicago, will join educators and journalists in discussion about integrating international...
Filmmaker considers impact of religion and 'ecological civilization' in China's attempts to solve its significant environmental issues and protect its natural resources.
Photographer Daniella Zalcman explores the legacy of Canada's Indian Residential Schools.
Image courtesy The Everyday Projects.
Join The Everyday Projects to learn about grants and fellowships with the Pulitzer Center, National Geographic Society and the International Women’s Media Foundation.
Join a conversation with National Geographic Fellow Paul Salopek and former Chicago Tribune Editor Jack Fuller as they discuss "Out of Eden."
Woodstock Film Festival. 2019.
Two Syrian mothers navigate an inflexible European resettlement program to build a future for their newborn daughters.
The Ghazanchetsots Cathedral in Shushi, which was hit twice with precision strikes that injured a journalist and several others. Image by Simon Ostrovsky/Newlines. Nagorno-Karabakh, 2020.
PBS NewsHour’s Simon Ostrovsky and Pulitzer Center Executive Director Jon Sawyer will discuss what comes next following the end of the most recent conflict.
Austin East Classroom, Austin Hall, Harvard Law School Free and Open to the Public; RSVP required via the Berkman Center by July 8 at 12pm Reception to follow
Josephine Gambolipai, 13 years old, was abducted in July 2009 and escaped in December 2009 as a result of an attack by the military of the Democratic Republic of Congo (FARDC). She was saved as a wife for Joseph Kony and therefore only had to carry light clothes and was not forced to work. (Photo by Marcus Bleasdale)
Photographs from Lynsey Addario, Pulitzer Center journalist Marcus Bleasdale, Ron Haviv, and James Nachtwey will be on display from October 18 to 27, 2010 in the Atrium Gallery of the Old Building...
Pulitzer Center Executive Director Jon Sawyer joins Callum Macrae for day-long visit to Carbondale, IL, exploring issues of human rights, journalism and advocacy.
Custom House, a camp on the outskirts of Maiduguri, Nigeria, for people displaced by the conflict with Boko Haram, has more than 9,000 residents. Image by Glenna Gordon. Nigeria, 2017.
Pulitzer Center journalists and staff along with faculty from Milken Institute School of Public Health consider how best to pitch stories and explain research findings to broader audiences.  
7 to 9 P.M. in Templetion Student Center Council Chambers, Lewis & Clark College Multimedia journalists Sarah Stuteville, Jessica Partnow and Alex Stonehill will discuss their experiences in...
Investigative journalism is the topic of discussion during a conversation between Uri Blau and Juan Cole during Campus Consortium visit.
We were on assignment in #IvoryCoast; on the first day, in an #Abidjan elevator, I lifted my phone and made this simple photograph.
Pulitzer Center grantees Austin Merrill and Peter DiCampo discuss how the "Everyday" project began and where it has led: right into schools across Washington, DC.  
POSTPONED: NEW DATE TO BE ANNOUNCED - Evening of poetry that sheds light on the world of Afghan women through their landays, bitingly poignant two-line poems that shares their loves, lives and dream
Children work among adults in this area at the base of an operating manganese reprocessing smelter managed by the Chinese company Super Deal. The smelter burns lead and manganese slag and spews toxic fumes across the Kabwe area. Image by Larry C. Price. Zambia, 2017.
Photographers and filmmakers discuss their work documenting the devastating consequences of global inaction in the face of climate change.
Defunct Karachi Circular Railway focus of journalist's multimedia reporting and one-day installation at Harvard Art Museums.
Join a panel of distinguished journalists to discuss the issue of land rights around the globe.
Dimiter Kenarov takes his reporting on "game changer" shale gas to the University of Chicago.
The fall 2019 National College Media Convention will be held in Washington, D.C. from Oct. 31 - Nov. 3.
Panel topics will include freelancing, video, and science journalism.
Photojournalist Richard Mosse's Infra projection will be displayed on the South wall of Lisner Auditorium at George Washington University Nov. 7.
A conversation with Nathaniel Rich. 2019.
Two-day visit focuses on Pulitzer Center-supported New York Times Magazine climate change reporting and includes Roosevelt House evening talk as well as class sessions.  
Image by Pulitzer Center. United States, 2020.
Join this free webinar about identifying under-reported environmental issues in the greater Congo Basin.
Sean Gallagher will be visiting classes and speaking at a public event at Kent State University in Akron, Ohio, October 26-27. He will be discussing his experience in international multimedia...
"Dying To Breathe" screened at Objectifs School of Photography and Film, Singapore as one of three VII films in the Stories That Matter program.
Runaway migrant workers practiced a song inside the shelter to stay active despite their painful situations. Image by Xyza Bacani. Singapore, 2016.
ACTION DC! is hosting an exhibit called, Bearing Witness, that combines photographs, paintings, sculptures, collages, video, and installations to show the global scale of human trafficking.
Pulitzer Center's Tom Hundley, Washington University's John Bowen Moderate Panels.
A pregnant woman waits for delivery at the primary health centre in Borsul village. Primary health centers typically provide basic health care services as well as antenatal and postnatal care for women. Image by Sami Siva. India, 2014.
Documentaries explore critical global health issues from healthcare access and maternal and child health, to violence, migration and health.  
Iran's nuclear negotiations have kept world leaders on edge. Reese Erlich examines what motivates Iran's nuclear policy, and how the U.S. should respond.
Landmark New York Times Magazine issue focused on the stories of individuals in the Middle East to explore regional conflicts.
New York premiere for documentary shedding light on homophobic Jamaican society, individuals in danger if they remain in their homeland.
Documentary by Public Square Media examines issues not limited to the NYC jail and provides backdrop to Pulitzer Center's new World of Difference initiative.  
Award-winning photojournalist James Whitlow Delano visits South Dakota State University to discuss his recent work in South America and Asia.
"Under Every Yard of Sky" incorporates images and personal essays from photographer's 10 years reporting in the region.
Marcus Bleasdale's photographs will be featured in the exhibit, Stolen Children: Soldiers of the Lord's Resistance Army at the Fotografiska Museum in Stockholm, Sweden.
Image by Andre Lambertson. Haiti, 2010.
Kwame Dawes poetry reading at Knox College Kwame Dawes will be at Knox College for a poetry reading of his work. Location: TBA The event is open to the public. Event Details
A madrasa (Islamic school) for Hazara children, Kabul. Image by Monika Bulaj. Afghanistan, 2019.
Registration open for 2019 conference, this year illuminating the intersection of religion with climate change, global health, conflict and peacebuilding, LGBTQIA rights, reconciliation, and much...
Dollar Island at Les Cheneaux Islands on Lake Huron in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan on Nov. 20, 2019. Kenneth Kloster Sr., also known as " Captain Ken," bought the island in 1981 right before the record-setting high water levels of 1986. Image by Zbigniew Bzdak / Chicago Tribune. United States, 2020.
This webinar for educators will explore the devastating impact of climate change on the Great Lakes region.
Pulitzer Center Executive Director Jon Sawyer will give the keynote address at the second annual conference on journalism ethics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Misha Friedman's photography documents the remaking of a state, told through the lens of the new police force.
Pulitzer Center grantee Malia Politzer.
Pulitzer Center-supported journalist presents her award-winning reporting on the "21st century gold rush," which shows how the biggest refugee crisis has been profitable for criminals. 
Tom Hundley and Meghan Dhaliwal discuss the future of journalism at the University of Michigan.
Many prostitutes in Agadez are recruited by friends and family. Image by Emily Kassie. Niger, 2016.
Award-winning investigative journalist and filmmaker visits Elon University to discuss her Pulitzer Center-supported reporting on the economic impact of the global migration crisis.
 Au pairs walk back to the train after shopping at Loppemarked, a weekend flea market in Gentofte, a wealthy suburb of Copenhagen. The women buy second-hand clothing and gifts to send to their families back home, a common practice of overseas Filipino workers. Image by Allison Shelley. Denmark, 2016.
Ana Santos, Allison Shelley and Tom Hundley visit Campus Consortium partner Northwestern in Qatar to discuss migrant worker exchange programs that are more than just cultural immersion.
Jenna Krajeski, Caroline D'Angelo share their expertise to advance conversation on role of social media in giving voice to the silenced.
Rachel Oswald, joined by Tom Hundley, will speak about cold war parallels and relations with North Korea as nuclear tensions escalate. Image by Rachel Oswald. Russia, 2015.
Join Pulitzer Center and the Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute at Hunter College for a conversation with journalists Rachel Oswald and Tom Hundley. Their reporting from Russia, Pakistan and...
Pulitzer Center grantee photographer Greg Constantine participates on Burma panel at University of Chicago.
Image by Pablo Albarenga. Ecuador, 2019. 
Join Pulitzer Center grantee Pablo Albarenga in a discussion on the challenges and opportunities faced by journalists reporting in Indigenous communities.
Nigerian journalist Ameto Akpe and Emmy award-winning producer Stephen Sapienza will discuss issues of inadequate access to safe drinking water in Bangladesh, Nigeria and Ghana.
Image by David Rochkind. Moldova, 2011.
For the past three years, photojournalist David Rochkind has traveled throughout the world, documenting the devastating impact of tuberculosis in communities that are most affected by the disease,...
Image courtesy of Pointless Theatre. United States, 2019.
Communications expert and journalists, including Pulitzer Center grantees, consider the responsibilities associated with reporting during moments of public crisis.
Students and teachers are invited to join Natasha S. Alford for a webinar on racial identity and representation in Puerto Rico.
Rebuilding Hope will screen at the Okanagan International Film Festival in Kelowna, British Columbia on July 24, 2010 at 5pm. Tickets are $8 and require a membership card, available for $2. For...
Image by Tzeli Hadjidimitriou. Greece, 2015.
Pulitzer Center grantee Jeanne Carstensen shares international reporting experiences while multimedia coordinator Jordan Roth discusses importance of visual storytelling with students and faculty.  
Persephone Miel Fellow Ana Santos and Campus Consortium Fellow Jalesa Tucker come together for sessions at Westchester Community College.
A midwife cares for a newborn baby at the Independent Public Health CAre Center in Myślenice, Poland. Image by Natalia Ojewska for The Texas Tribune. Poland, 2018.
Award-winning health reporter for The Texas Tribune considers how individuals in different situations can learn from one another about reducing maternal mortality.  
A shot of video footage of Izmir, Turkey, overlaid with images posted by refugees on Instagram from those same sites. Image by Tomas van Houtyryve. Turkey, 2016.
Van Houtryve's work is also on display in the "Perpetual Revoultion: The Image and Social Change" exhibit at the International Center of Photography.
Documentary covers lives of Jamaicans forced to flee their homeland because of their sexual orientation.
Journalist Ivan Sigal's multi-channel installation KCR explores the abandoned railway that once connected divergent neighborhoods of Pakistan's largest metropolitan area.
Louie Palu to lecture on his experiences in the field as a war/conflict photographer on August 28th at the Corcoran. There will be an exhibition viewing following.
Volunteers from Indonesia's Red Cross prepare to spray disinfectant at a school closed amid the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Jakarta. Image by REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan. Indonesia, 2020.
Journalist and medical doctor Seema Yasmin leads a webinar for students on the role of journalism during public health emergencies.
Montserrat House features Joshua Cogan's photographs from Jamaica focused on those living with HIV/AIDS.
Image courtesy of Chain Film Festival. United States, 2019.
The Chain NYC Film Festival will feature She’s Not a Boy, the story of an asylum-seeking intersex woman who fled Zimbabwe.
Image courtesy of David Abel and Andy Laub.
Grantee filmmaker David Abel will join policymakers and scientists for a deep dive into efforts to save endangered North Atlantic right whales from extinction
The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting in conjunction with the Institute for International Journalism present: Global Crises & International Journalism: The Pulitzer Center Model...
Tom Hundley focuses at Summit on expanding awareness and social media about road safety.
Through a collaboration involving Magnum Photos, Pacific Standard and the Pulitzer Center, six photographers shed light on indigenous communities around the world waging battles against...
Ann Peters, director of development and outreach with the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting and a 1983 school alumna, will meet with students Thursday, Nov. 6, at 5 p.m. in Carroll Hall room 11 to...
Photo of Rick Pelletier from 'Signs of Your Identity' series. Image by Daniella Zalcman. Canada, 2015.
Pulitzer Center grantee talks about her use of double exposure photography to document the effects of cultural genocide and forced assimilation of indigenous communities in Canada.
Documentary spans more than four years following Jamaicans who left their homeland because of homophobia, attacks and fears of what could happen next.
The 2018 Summer Institute for Educators co-sponsored by the Pulitzer Center and the University of Chicago will join educators and journalists in discussion about integrating international journalism...
Pulitzer Center Senior Producer Steve Sapienza joins discussion at D.C. Science Writers Association Professional Development Day.
Women of Chuicavioc tend to a small vegetable garden. Image by Roger Thurow. Guatemala, 2013.
Session to provide journalists with reporting resources and give them opportunities to ask experts questions.
Image by Pulitzer Center. United States, 2020.
Join the Rainforest Journalism Fund for a webinar on digital mapping and its application in environmental reporting.
Pulitzer Center and Saint Mary's University of Minnesota partner to focus on youth education in Minnesota, across the United States and around the world.
The Struggle for Justice logo. Courtesy of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. 2019.
The evening begins with opening remarks on The 1619 Project by Nikole Hannah-Jones, domestic correspondent for The New York Times.
In this Feb. 17, 2019, photo, Deidre Levi carries her basketball as she walks to work in the Native Village of St. Michael, Alaska. Levi says she spoke up about being sexually assaulted because she wanted to be a role model for girls in Alaska. Image by Wong Maye-E/Associated Press. United States, 2019.
The conversation centers on the impact the award has had on Mckenzie and delves more deeply into her Pulitzer Center-supported investigation on sexual assault against Alaska Native women.
Join Human Rights Watch, FotoDC and the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting for the opening reception of Speaking to Silence: An exhibition on communities displaced, dissidents repressed, and...
Correspondent Adam Yamaguchi in Delhi, India.
An estimated 40% of the world's population has no access to toilets and defecate anywhere they can. This documentary investigates how developing countries are trying to solve an epidemic that few...
Pulitzer Center senior editor speaks at USC Annenberg about the risks and rewards of covering history as it happens.
Dr. Claudette Crawford-Brown interacts with Shaniqua Long during an art therapy session at Shortwood Practising Infant, Primary and Junior High School in Kingston, Jamaica. Long's mother migrated to the United States. Image by Sabriya Simon. Jamaica.
Award-winning multimedia journalist returns to her alma mater to discuss migration, economics and prolonged parent-child separations.
Original illustration by Marty Two Bulls Jr. / High Country News. United States, 2020.
Join journalist Tristan Ahtone and Geoff McGhee, and historian Robert Lee for an exploration into how they uncovered the data for the Pulitzer Center-supported investigation by High Country News...
The Institute for International Journalism in the Scripps College of Communication, in conjunction with The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting in Washington, D.C. has organized a campus visit by...
Daniella Zalcman and Misha Friedman focus on their work from Uganda, Russia and Crimea as part of "Beyond Marriage Equality: Rainbows at the Crossroads."
A worker uses his bare hands to remove hide from an alkali bath.
A screening of films by Pulitzer Center grantees and global health advocates on how communities can address pressing environmental health problems and improve the lives of vulnerable populations.
Award-winning journalist discusses her reporting in Afghanistan, and what might happen to initiatives for female education after the U.S. troop withdrawal.
Image by George Steinmetz for The New York Times. Antartica, 2018.
Grantees Amy Martin and Nathaniel Rich will lead a conversation on climate change at the Missouri School of Journalism.
Why are there staggering shortages of surgical resources worldwide? Join the Pulitzer Center and public health experts to find out more.
The Poynter News University invites high school and college classes to join journalist Yochi Dreazen on Tuesday, January 15 to discuss nuclear security in the Middle East.
Image courtesy of DOC NYC. United States, 2018.
Reporting Fellows from Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism will screen their award-winning documentary films at DOC NYC in November.
Pulitzer Center's Jon Sawyer will participate in a panel discussion on population and the Environment at the Woodrow Wilson Center.
Join us at George Washington University for an evening with Rebecca Hamilton, Washington Post Sudan special correspondent and author of Fighting for Darfur. Decades of civil...
“Each bead means something,” Adrianna says of the bracelet she made me with her mom. “This one,” she says, pointing to the shiniest pink bead, “is supposed to be how much love she has for us because it is so bright." Image by Jaime Joyce for TIME Edge. California, 2018.
Join a discussion with journalists and researchers about what happens to children when parents serve time and how prison reform issues are examined.  
Identifier et couvrir les sujets environnementaux peu traités au niveau du Bassin du Congo (Webinaire).
Le Rainforest Journalism Fund - Bassin du Congo et le Centre Pulitzer organisent une série de webinaires gratuits pour les journalistes qui font des reportages au niveau du grand Bassin du Congo.
Sean Gallagher will speak at David Bosco's International Roundtable at American University Thursday evening at 6:30. During the day on Thursday, Sean will be presenting to Journalism Professor Bill...
Evening event is part of week-long Boston-area visit focusing on the use of performance and the power of dreams to transform individuals and communities.
Blessing and two other teen-age Nigerian girls watch a rainbow over the short stretch of water separating Sicily from mainland Italy. Eighty percent of young Nigerian women who cross the Mediterranean are trafficked into sexual exploitation. Image by Ben Taub. Italy, 2017.
Award-winning journalist focuses on human trafficking from Africa to Europe and war crimes in Syria during Campus Consortium visit. 
National Geographic Live takes in-depth look at reporting by Pulitzer Center-supported journalists.
Michael Scott Moore's book, released July 2018. Image Courtesy of Harper Collins Publishers. United States, 2018.
Author and journalist Michael Scott Moore talks with British writer Ben Rawlence about Moore’s kidnapping and his time spent on land and at sea while in captivity.  
"Not Your Mama's Drama," a short documentary produced in collaboration with Scribe Video Center, will be featured as part of the Youth Program of the Black Star Film festival.
Photographer Sim Chi Yin's exhibit examines the impact of China's top occupational disease.
TakePart Live features director Micah Fink and clips from his award-winning documentary "The Abominable Crime."
Mahal, an orangutan, is pictured in March 2010 with his surrogate mother, MJ, at the Milwaukee County Zoo. The young orangutan, 3 years old in the photo, was transferred to Milwaukee from a zoo in Colorado after his birth mother rejected him. Image by Mark Hoffman. United States, 2012.
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Mark Johnson shares his experiences reporting on outbreaks, climate change, and human-animal interactions in a talk at the College of William & Mary.
Peter Chilson discusses Mali, regional borders and migration issues at Washington University in St. Louis.
Joane beside a bonfire used to burn plastic waste. Image by Pablo Albarenga. Brazil, 2019.
Albarenga's panel will focus on telling stories of resistance and repair from the rainforest.
Andre Lambertson. Haiti. 2010
Poet Kwame Dawes speaks at University of Dayton As part of the University of Dayton Ohio's annual literary festival, Kwame Dawes will take part in a poetry reading of his work. This year's theme...
A worker cleans a solar panel on top of a factory building in Baoding City. China is installing a soccer field's worth of solar panels every hour. Image by Sean Gallagher. China, 2017.
Environmental journalist speaks on her Pulitzer Center-supported reporting from China and Poland as well as her newly published book, Choked: Life and Breath in the Age of Air Pollution.  
Nighttime in a Dalit section of Nanded. Image by Phillip Martin/WGBH News. India, 2019.
Underreported in the media and excluded from U.S. constitutional law, caste system prejudices still influence job opportunities and marriage prospects available to South Asian immigrants.
2020 Reporting Fellow Virtual Film Festival: The Migrant Experience. Graphic by Libby Moeller. United States, 2020.
The Migrant Experience: A Reporting Fellow Virtual Film Festival will feature stories of migration and experiences of place. Join us on Sept. 24 for a screening of the three shorts and a panel...
The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting presents Reports from the Field: The Life of a Foreign Correspondent on Wednesday, March 31, 2010 at 7:00-8:30 p.m. at the College of New Jersey Library...
A global race has begun for one of the world's most precious resources–land. Tom Burgis shares his multimedia investigation into the progress and grievances in the struggle for land.
Flier courtesy of the University of Oklahoma. United States, 2017.
Pulitzer Center grantee Michael Scott Moore and Diane Foley, mother of the late James Foley, discuss the dangers journalists face while reporting abroad.