News and announcements from the Pulitzer Center

Marco Vernaschi named finalist in international photo competition

Pulitzer-supported photojournalist Marco Vernaschi was among 10 finalists selected at the Ojo de Pez Award for Human Values, a major international photography competition, for his in-depth examination of the illegal activity within Guinea Bissau, "West Africa's New Achilles' Heel." He and his fellow finalists were chosen from 620 entries.

Nathalie Applewhite joins panel on Media and Development

Nathalie Applewhite joins panel on Media and Development, International Aid & Trade conference International Aid & Trade is the world's leading forum for humanitarian relief professionals to network, communicate, build partnerships and share knowledge. It brings together procurement professionals, product & service providers and thought leaders from the whole industry.

Time and Location: 16.00-17.30, Friday the 10th July

Area C The Ronald Reagan Building & International Trade Center, Washington D.C., USA

Ann Peters presents Water Wars at Asia Society Forum

Global Gateway at Asia Society Forum: "Putting the World into World-Class Education" The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting is excited to be a part of the July 9-11 Asia Society Forum for Policymakers and Practitioners, "Putting the World into World-Class Education."

Investigative journalists: Nonprofits unite!

Pulitzer Center

The Pulitzer Center is among 25 nonprofit journalism organizations that Wednesday concluded a three-day conference with the endorsement of The Pocantico Declaration: Creating a Nonprofit Investigative News Network. The declaration marks a vital step in harnessing the energy of new journalism initiatives across the country to give Americans the watchdog reporting that is essential if our democracy is to thrive.