Amid the broader healthcare crisis and the growing paralysis of organ transplant activity, patients in Venezuela struggle to find the post-transplant medication they need to preserve their organs.
Reporting by Student Fellows
International reporting from Pulitzer Center student fellows in our Campus Consortium
Brazil's autism rights are some of the most comprehensive in the world. But the reality isn't so grand.
The Inuit’s rapid dietary shift from harvested to store-bought food is fraught with nutritional, financial, and cultural consequences.
As Colombia's peace accords reach their second year of implementation, some ex-combatants of the FARC guerrilla group have turned to a surprising ally—an evangelical church.
As the Inuit incorporate more and more store-bought foods into their traditionally harvesting-based diets, their health and wellness suffer the consequences.
What is life like for children in orphanages and children's homes under the new foreign adoption law in Ethiopia? How will the law affect children in the future?
Gustavo Esteva once believed in "development." He once believed that social change could be achieved through government. That all changed with the emergence of the black-masked Zapatistas in 1994.
As development increases in Thailand, so does deforestation. Buddhist ecology monks, a new category of religious activists, are making an effort to conserve the environment in Thailand.
The legacy of Northern Ireland's Troubles have left harsh memories and intergenerational trauma among its communities, often depicted by murals and the remaining interface areas.
This photo essay displays various faces of male Kosovo-Albanians directly connected to the conflicts in Syria and Iraq: relatives of jihadists, returned foreign fighters, and an imam.
In Chiapas, Mexico’s Zapatista movement convened to articulate a response to the election of “AMLO,” perceived as a dangerous false hope. The response was unprecedented.
Followers of the Muslim Ahmadiyya sect continue to face religious persecution within Pakistan. Many relocate to the city of Rabwah, their only safe haven.