Reports by Pulitzer Center journalists for print, online and broadcast news outlets
May 5, 2016 / Washington Post Magazine Robin Shulman
In Canada, citizens help refugees settle in.
May 4, 2016 / BBC
Atish Patel
Demand for good quality end-of-life care has grown globally as more people live longer with chronic conditions.
May 3, 2016 / The Guardian
Tina Rosenberg
Giving free booze to homeless alcoholics sounds crazy. But it may be the key to helping them live a stable life.
December 14, 2012 / The New Yorker
Shiho Fukada
Shiho Fukada documents the lives of disposable workers in Japan in stories that illustrate the global unemployment crisis.
December 13, 2012 / Milwaukee Public Radio
John Schmid
Mitch Teich interviews John Schmid about his reporting on how China has helped speed the demise of Wisconsin's paper-making economy.
December 13, 2012 / GlobalPost
Reese Erlich
A new union association set up to support the government is dividing Bahrain's labor movement.
December 13, 2012 / GlobalPost
Reese Erlich
When the uprising in Bahrain began, both Sunni and Shiites took to the streets together. Now they barely talk.
December 13, 2012 / GlobalPost
Reese Erlich
Frustrated by a lack of progress, a younger, more militant faction of Bahrain’s reform movement is threatening to take center stage.
December 12, 2012 / Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Mike De Sisti, John Schmid
Despite a lack of forests, China has overtaken the U.S. as the world’s largest manufacturer of paper, tripling output over the last decade.
December 12, 2012 / Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
John Schmid, Mike De Sisti
In the last decade China has tripled its paper production and overtaken the U.S. as the world’s biggest papermaker.
December 12, 2012 / Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Mike De Sisti, John Schmid
After a century of growth, U.S. the paper industry is suffering as a result of the digital revolution. In the last decade China has overtaken the U.S. as the world’s biggest papermaker.
December 12, 2012 / The New York Times
Alia Malek
The flight of Syrian Armenians — one of many lesser-noticed ripple effects that could reshape countries well beyond Syria’s neighbors — is raising questions about the future of Syria’s diversity.
December 12, 2012 / GlobalPost
Tim Rogers
Thirty-three years after toppling the Somoza dynasty, the Sandinista Revolution, with Daniel Ortega still at its head, has pushed Nicaragua back to a one-party system that looks hauntingly familiar.

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