October 20, 2009 /
The HIV/AIDS in the Caribbean Gateway examines the impact of the disease across the Caribbean. The reporting in this Gateway uses articles, photography, videos, as well as original poetry and music,...
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.
October 14, 2014 /
Katherine Doyle
Journalism professor Bill Freivogel and former fellow Julia Rendleman cap a weekend of spirited discussion by this year's students on global issues.
January 9, 2014 / Reuters
Rebecca Hamilton
Three years ago, South Sudan gained independence and became its own nation. Now, it may be about to start a civil war.
January 2, 2014 / Untold Stories
Reese Erlich
Correspondent Reese Erlich reports from Damascus on the growing sectarian divide and future prospects for peace.
December 27, 2013
Meghan Dhaliwal
The Pulitzer Center staff shares favorite images from 2013.
December 26, 2013 / Untold Stories
Jennifer Gonzalez, Steven E. Matzker
Along the Koshi river sits Barah Chhetra, one of four major pilgrimage sites for Hindus. Many Nepali believe that if the proposed dam is built, Barah Chhetra’s significance will be destroyed.
December 25, 2013 / GlobalPost
Reese Erlich
Once a safe haven for Middle Eastern Christians, Syria has become a place where Christians are targeted for kidnapping and murder.
December 22, 2013 / Vivelo Hoy
Jeff Kelly Lowenstein, Jon Lowenstein
A generation of people who grew during and after the Pinochet dictatorship are working to change Chile.
December 16, 2013 / Deutsche Welle
Reese Erlich
Syrian Christians now fear extremist rebels more than the government. Reese Erlich reports on shifting attitudes among the country's Christian minority.
December 13, 2013 / The Ochberg Society
Jeff Kelly Lowenstein, Jon Lowenstein
Angela Bachelet Jeria has borne witness to her own and the nation's suffering for nearly 40 years.
December 5, 2013 / Vivelo Hoy
Jeff Kelly Lowenstein, Jon Lowenstein
Forty years after the Pinochet coup, memories of that dark period sit uncomfortably within many Chileans. The country has begun to confront its past more openly, but many simply want to move forward.
December 3, 2013 / The New Yorker
Jeff Kelly Lowenstein, Jon Lowenstein
“Many Chilean youth are committed to helping the country continue its arduous transition from a dictatorship to a vibrant democracy,” Jeff Kelly Lowenstein reports.