November 17, 2016 /
Ari Daniel, Jane Qiu
Winning reporting focused on landslides in Nepal including work supported by the Pulitzer Center and published in Nature.
Hla Ohn May, centre, has had to take what work she can as a labourer since selling her land. She says she was never paid the amount she was promised. Image by Michael Peel. Myanmar, 2016.
November 17, 2016 /
Tom Burgis, Michael Peel
The Financial Times series on land rights abuses worldwide wins the prestigious European News Award for Concept/Innovation Online.
Villagers rebuilding in Langtang, a popular tourist destination in northern Nepal where the 2015 earthquake triggered a monstrous avalanche and killed nearly 400 people, face uncertain future risks. Image by Jane Qiu. Nepal, 2016.
November 10, 2016 /
Jane Qiu
Pulitzer Center grantee honored for reporting on landslide-related reconstruction risks in post-earthquake Nepal.
People in the Indian farming village of Dapegaon leave water jugs in line overnight and return at dawn to fill up before the daily supply of water runs out. The village relies on a single well, and shortages have worsened over the past several years as groundwater levels have declined. Image by Steve Elfers. India, 2015.
September 30, 2016
Will Fitzgibbon, Eleanor Bell, Steve Elfers, Ian James, Sarah Weiser
Reporting delved into range of topics: corporate responsibility and mining, vanishing water aquifers and farming communities, and the legacy of the 'population bomb.'
King Tom Cemetary
September 13, 2016
Amy Maxmen
Journalist Amy Maxmen receives prestigious science-writing prizes for reporting on Ebola and other diseases
Huntington's Disease
September 6, 2016
Dara Mohammadi
Dara Mohammadi recognized for his reporting on Huntington's Disease and a new gene therapy that many sufferers may not be able to afford.
Dapegon
August 17, 2016
Ian James, Steve Elfers
Pulitzer Center grantees receive award for helping audiences understand the global significance of groundwater depletion on land rights, livelihoods and the environment.
"I ran away 27 times," said Marcel Ellery, who attended the Marieval Indian Residential School from 1987-1990. "But the (Royal Canadian Mounted Police) always found us eventually. When I got out, I turned to booze because of the abuse. I drank to suppress what had happened to me, to deal with my anger, to deal with my pain, to forget. Ending up in jail was easy, because I'd already been there." Image by Daniella Zalcman. Canada, 2015.
July 22, 2016
Daniella Zalcman
"Signs of Identity" is recognized for Zalcman's "creative approach" to documenting the lives of those who survived Canada's Indian Residential Schools.
Still image from ICIJ Fatal Extraction interactive website.
July 22, 2016
Eleanor Bell, Will Fitzgibbon
Six-part multimedia interactive in association with International Consortium of Investigative Journalists focused on investigation into dozens of Australian mining companies in Africa.
June 30, 2016
Katherine Doyle
Persephone Miel fellow and photojournalist Ako Salemi to report on climate change in Iran.
May 31, 2016
Louie Palu
Juried competition results in exhibition at Smithsonian museum of about 50 finalists, which this year included Pulitzer Center grantee photographer.
Pasco, Franklin County, Washington
May 31, 2016
Matt Black
Photojournalist embarked on cross-country trip to explore, document and spark discussion about contemporary poverty and growing income inequality in the U.S. His work provides significant context for...
May 31, 2016
Micah Fink, Maurice Tomlinson
Recognition latest in awards for documentary examining homophobia in Jamaica.

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