To honor this year's World Refugee Day, we look at the state of refugees around the world, Pulitzer's work to cover their stories, and what the future may look like for 59.5 million displaced persons.
Sudan In Transition
January 13, 2014 /
As the death toll in South Sudan surpasses 1,000 people, Pulitzer Center grantee Rebecca Hamilton examines the fledgling country’s intensifying crisis and how the international community should be
January 9, 2014 / Reuters
Three years ago, South Sudan gained independence and became its own nation. Now, it may be about to start a civil war.
March 7, 2013 /
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.
July 13, 2012 / Reuters
South Sudan achieved its troubled independence only in 2011 but a group of Washington-based policy wonks and government officials had been plotting since the 1980s to bring that result about.
July 3, 2012 / Mother Jones
Images of vulnerability. Photographer Cédric Gerbehaye documents the fragile situation unfolding in South Sudan as the newly independent state nears its one-year anniversary.
May 25, 2012 / De Standaard
Pulitzer Center grantee Cédric Gerbehaye's photographs were featured in De Standaard, a Flemish daily newspaper published in Belgium.
May 25, 2012 / de Volkskrant
Pulitzer Center grantee Cédric Gerbehaye's photographs were featured in De Volkskrant, a daily newspaper published in the Netherlands.
May 23, 2012 / The New Statesman
South Sudan may be a new country, but it's fighting the same old war.
April 6, 2012 / Pulitzer Center
Cedric Gerbehaye interviews aid worker/journalist Peter Moszynski on why people in the Nuba Mountains feel betrayed--by Sudan, by South Sudan, and by the world.