January 11, 2009 /
This Gateway provides compelling material related to the role of women in society and the impact of industrialization and international development on women, children, and families.
February 1, 2016 / Al Jazeera
Max Radwin
Though the electric company agreed to compensate relocated Pehuenche with reparations, 10 years later many Chilean residents say they are still waiting for those promises to be fulfilled.
January 25, 2016 / Untold Stories
Sharron Lovell
During the course of the year that I filmed him, fisherman Cao Suizhou’s hair turned from jet black to white, a potent sign of stress for a man who otherwise endures his worries in silence.
September 16, 2015 / NPR
Pierre Kattar
Aid workers have not been able to reach some of the remote parts of Nepal. So it's up to the villagers to rebuild their homes and their lives. And the clock is ticking as monsoon season nears.
September 11, 2015 / The Atlantic's Citylab
Matthew Niederhauser, John Fitzgerald
Those in greatest need of basic amenities are nowhere near the biggest infrastructure investments being made in preparation for the 2016 Olympic Games.
August 26, 2015
Lauren Shepherd, Paul Salopek
Nieman Reports article includes Paul Salopek as one of a rising number of journalists practicing their craft more slowly in an age of instant information.
August 24, 2015
Tom Hundley, James Harkin
To the victor go the spoils, but in Syria’s largest city there won’t be much left.
August 20, 2015 / KPCC
Tim Johnson
Tim Johnson talks to KPCC, Southern California public radio, about his reporting on Nicaragua's transoceanic canal.
August 19, 2015
James Harkin
James Harkin reports from Syria, in an exploration of human and cultural loss.
August 19, 2015 / NPR
Sarah Weiser
On NPR's The Takeaway, John Hockenberry talks to Retro Report producer Kit Roane about "Population Bomb."
August 19, 2015 / Newsweek
James Harkin
To the victor go the spoils, but in Syria’s largest city there won’t be much left.
August 14, 2015 / Science Magazine
Andrew Lawler
The indigenous tribes emerging from Peru's jungles fear for their lands and livelihoods. Without government protection, they may not be able to survive.
August 11, 2015 / Mashable
Emily Feldman
One year after ISIS swept into Yazidi villages, sparking an international outcry and escalating U.S. involvement in the war against the radical, Iraq’s Yazidi community is still in crisis.