Pulitzer Center grantees report on shadowy finance schemes, mismanagement, abuse of power, and other systemic exploits and failures that destabilize countries, erode democracies and governance, and empty national coffers. They investigate the root causes of corruption, including the laws and policies that provide cover to otherwise immoral activities.

We are actively seeking to support deep reporting projects that follow the money across borders; shed light on opaque and harmful supply chains; and investigate the systems, organizations, and people that enable corruption. You can apply for a Transparency and Governance grant or propose your project via one of our yearlong investigative fellowships on Rainforests, Oceans, and AI. We value cross-border and collaborative reporting, data-driven projects, and innovative, interdisciplinary approaches.