Population & Migration

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.
May 18, 2018

Join award-winning street and documentary photographer for a talk on the exploitation of migrant workers in Singapore.

Militants from the Rohingya insurgent group ARSA. September 2017. Image by Jason Motlagh.
May 7, 2018

Pulitzer Center grantees Nahal Toosi and Jason Motlagh explore their reporting during Campus Consortium visit at the University of Chicago.

April 23, 2018

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.

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.
April 11, 2018

A talk at National Geographic will examine what "otherness" means and how we should approach it.

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.
March 14, 2018

Longtime writer and editor for National Geographic teaches educators how to implement long-form storytelling in the classroom.

Image courtesy Tomas van Houtryve/Harper's. 2018.
March 14, 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. 

March 14, 2018

CatchLight fellow and Pulitzer Center grantee uses turn of the century photography techniques to imagine the history of the U.S.–Mexico border.

Cuban migrants in Panama as they made their journey to the United States. Image courtesy 14ymedio. Panama.
March 9, 2018

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...

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March 1, 2018

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...

Independent taxi in Havana with the flags of the United States and Cuba. Image courtesy of 14ymedio. Cuba.
February 26, 2018

Three-time George Foster Peabody award-winning journalist, storyteller, and educator connects with faculty and students as part of second Campus Consortium partnership visit.  

February 20, 2018

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.

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.
February 15, 2018

Pulitzer Center-supported journalists and student fellows screen films and discuss their global health related reporting, from climate change to domestic violence.