Reports by Pulitzer Center journalists for print, online and broadcast news outlets
December 19, 2014 / Time Tomas van Houtryve
Affordable drones are giving us a new—perhaps temporary—vantage on the world.
December 18, 2014 / Nature
Erika Check Hayden
A frontline report from Sierra Leone examines efforts to change hearts and minds in West Africa’s villages.
December 18, 2014 / The New Yorker
Jenna Krajeski
In the power struggle between Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and exiled imam Fethullah Gülen, the first casualty has been freedom of the press.
Thailand - Sex Tourism and Ping Pong Shows
August 5, 2010 / Ms. Magazine
Deena Guzder
In Thailand, a misogynistic sex-show industry coerces women to torture themselves. Now the global economic crisis is making matters worse.
August 4, 2010 / Good
Hanna Ingber
Boat clinics in India provide family planning services, immunizations, antenatal care to pregnant women and basic healthcare to socially and geographically isolated villages along the Brahmaptra...
August 3, 2010 / Columbia Journalism Review
CJR's assistant editor Joel Meares interviews Pulitzer Center grantee Nir Rosen about the WikiLeaks war logs dump. Rosen has reported from Afghanistan over the past year on the limits of the US...
July 31, 2010 / World Vision Report
Jina Moore
One journalist rethinks her Western stereotypes of Africa and the Central African Republic.
July 30, 2010 / Outer Voices
Dan Grossman
A hydroelectric power plant changed life for the small town of Agua Blanca. But the shrinking of the glaciers in Bolivia is threatening the greatest source of power for most of the country, and the...
July 26, 2010 / Christian Science Monitor
Stephanie Hanes
When Haitians cross into the Dominican Republic to work, they often lack official documents that can help protect them from abuse. That's where Johnny Rivas steps in.
July 21, 2010 / Christian Science Monitor
Rebecca Hamilton
Sudan President Omar al-Bashir today flew to Chad on his first visit to a full member of the International Criminal Court (ICC) since his arrest warrant was issued. He left amid a severe crackdown on...
July 21, 2010 / The Economist
Jason Motlagh
In a three-day diary, Jason Motlagh examines how the Taliban is evolving to overcome the U.S. army's counter-insurgency tactics.
July 21, 2010 / Time
Jason Motlagh
Afghani soldiers try to take control of public security in Kandahar and convince locals of the government's legitimacy over insurgents and criminals.
Haitian on the border
July 20, 2010 / Outer Voices
Stephanie Hanes, Steve Sapienza
As many as 1 million Haitian migrants have long provided cheap labor in the Dominican Republic. But this often marginalized population faces racism and exploitation.