A boy stands at the gate of a refugee camp in Tompa, Hungary. Image by Bence Jardany via Wikimedia Commons. Hungary, 2016.
October 18, 2016 / Latterly by Laura Kasinof

This month, the E.U. expanded the power of its border patrol agency, Frontex.

University of Michigan students gather at the Bangu Women's Complex in Rio de Janeiro
October 17, 2016 / Untold Stories by Kate Toporski

Thousands of Brazilian mothers and their children are separated each year due to prison service and sentencing. A look inside one of Brazil's nursery prisons.

Visiting Trinity Church in Berlin one Sunday in July 2016. Half of the service was translated into Farsi. Image by Laura Kasinof. Germany, 2016.
October 14, 2016 / The Atlantic by Laura Kasinof

Iranian asylum seekers in Germany are converting to Christianity and filling pews in churches across Germany. What's the reason for this phenomenon?

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
October 14, 2016 / World Policy Journal by Daniella Zalcman

Award winning photojournalist Daniella Zalcman speaks with the World Policy Journal's On Air podcast about her work.

October 13, 2016 / Untold Stories by Christian Belanger

The people and places in Alex tell the township’s story and history, among them rival organizations of longtime property owners, a soup kitchen for drug addicts, and a hostel built under apartheid.

A prisoner at the Evarisio se Moraes Prison Complex in Rio de Janiero
October 11, 2016 / Untold Stories by Kate Toporski

Prisons can be cold, dark, scary places. But they can also be full of life. See how University of Michigan students work with theater in Brazilian prisons.

A prisoner at the Evarisio se Moraes Prison Complex in Rio de Janiero
October 11, 2016 by Kate Toporski

What happens when you send 20 University of Michigan students into Brazilian prisons to facilitate theater workshops? Join the Prison Creative Arts Project as they travel to Rio de Janiero, Brazil.

Following the departure of the archbishops, a flower arrangement is placed on the rocks. Floral displays accompany many religious ceremonies and rites
October 6, 2016 / Untold Stories by Dillon DeWitt

Song and faith are twin pillars of community practices in St. Theresa Point. Each autumn, families join together in a festival to celebrate family bonds and spiritual connections.

Peru is among many countries undergoing rapid aging, with the proportion of the population over the age of 60 projected to rise from 9.2 percent in 2014 to 22.7 percent in 2050. Advances in medicine, improvements in sanitation and economic prosperity have led to longer life expectancies, while family planning has resulted in falling birth rates across the globe. In low and middle-income families, rapid aging can be a double-edged sword due to limited resource availability, deteriorating family support and i
October 5, 2016 / Viewfind by Jordan Roth, kem knapp sawyer

Pulitzer Center student fellows travel the world to report on issues that affect us all—telling stories that might otherwise go untold. This exhibit features selected work by student fellows, shot on...

October 3, 2016 / Huffington Post by Ikra Javed

Pakistan’s khawaja siras challenge ideas of identity and the gender binary. Are they men or women, transgender or a third gender, if they are even really a gender identity at all?

Dhurba B.K. attends a gathering of Nepalese migrant workers in Doha, Qatar. B.K. is one of about 400,000 Nepalese workers there, many of whom struggled with whether to stay after an April 2015 earthquake damaged huge portions of Nepal. Image by Shilu Manandar. Qatar, 2016.
September 29, 2016 / Global Press Journal by Yam Kumari Kandel, Shilu Manandhar

For the millions of Nepalese migrant workers abroad, the 2015 earthquake in Nepal presented a dilemma: Return home to be with family or continue working to support their family.

Tirtha Raj Tamang, a Nepalese migrant worker, says he was exploited by a Nepalese company that sent him to work in Qatar. He was photographed in Doha, Qatar's capital city. Image by Shilu Manandhar. Qatar, 2016.
September 29, 2016 / Global Press Journal by Shilu Manandhar, Yam Kumari Kandel

Many of the Nepalese migrants who seek work abroad are exploited by the Nepalese agencies that help them get there. One man, who went to Qatar for a job, was trapped there even after he asked to...