October 20, 2014
by Misha Friedman

The Crimean Peninsula’s annexation by Russia means a return to the shadows for LGBT people who now face public prosecution.

October 16, 2014 / Huffington Post
by Daniella Zalcman

Huffington Post's James Nichols interviews Daniella Zalcman about the role of religious leaders in Uganda's contentious LGBT debate.

October 16, 2014 / CNN
by Daniella Zalcman

CNN Daisy Carrington spoke with Daniella Zalcman about her work engaging Uganda's religious leaders on sexual identity, anti-gay legislation, and their responsibilities as pastors, priests, and imams...

October 15, 2014 / Time
by Misha Friedman

Yegor Guskov and Bogdan Zinchenko, who owned a gay bar in Sevastopol, feared for their business — and their family.

October 14, 2014
by Emily Baumgaertner, Allison Shelley

The Pulitzer Center’s Washington Weekend included panel discussion with three journalists—all former Pulitzer Center grantees—who have covered complex public health issues.

October 10, 2014
by Yochi Dreazen

POSTPONED TALK on how one military family channeled grief into action and a focus on more support for mental illness and suicide prevention.

October 9, 2014
by Carlos Javier Ortiz, Mark Schulte

Hear how Carlos Ortiz inspired Chicago students, youth filmmakers through Pulitzer Center collaboration with Free Spirit Media, local schools.

October 9, 2014
by Tom Clement, Katie Mathieson

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.

October 9, 2014 / Untold Stories
by Joshua Hammer

A year and a half ago, the world watched crowds cheer as French soldiers liberated Timbuktu and Gao. But the real war was unfolding hundreds of miles away: in a desolate valley called the Ametettaï.

October 8, 2014
by Micah Fink

In interview with Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Maurice Tomlinson reflects on threats and discrimination associated with being gay within a homophobic culture.

October 6, 2014
by Tom Hundley

Panel draws on expertise of journalists, torture survivor on how to stay safe while reporting around the world.

October 3, 2014 / Untold Stories
by Joshua Hammer

Abdel Kader Haidara earned much media attention for smuggling 377,000 manuscripts from Timbuktu during Al Qaeda's occupation. The real hero was his nephew, who repeatedly put his life on the line