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Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting
October 19 at 2:37pm ·
‪#‎PulitzerFellows‬ brought incredible energy, stories, and perspectives to this weekend's celebration. Learn more about their international reporting projects in this week's newsletter!
Student Fellows Weekend 2015
Twenty-two of our student fellows came to Washington, DC, for two days last week to share their reporting projects and meet with professional journalists. It was a jam-packed, fun and stimulating weekend—the second annual event that brings…
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October 17 at 8:30am ·
"Ian Crozier, an infectious disease doctor and Ebola survivor, was one of the first to realize the Ebola virus was haunting him. Two months after being declared Ebola-free, Crozier walked up to his bathroom mirror to brush his teeth and did a double take. One of his blue eyes had turned green."
Emily Baumgaertner has that story for Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health's Global Health Now.
Ebola: Persistent, and No Visa Required
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October 16 at 12:24pm ·
University of Pennsylvania student fellow Farzana Shah joined Dr. William Novick and his team in their inaugural trip to Tehran, Iran, as an ICU nurse educator, where she reported on pediatric cardiac care in the country. Explore her project here!
To see work by our other student fellows, join our live stream of today's presentations: http://youtu.be/KPc9uD14GCE
The Heart Sounds of Iran
Your child's doctor tells you that there is something wrong: there is a hole in her heart and she needs surgery, but we can't do it; we need to wait for a team to come. Panic, hope, anxiety.
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October 16 at 11:28am ·
Washington University in St. Louis student fellow Jae Lee is about to begin a presentation on his reporting on the healthcare system in Uganda. Watch here: http://youtu.be/KPc9uD14GCE
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Uganda: Looking at an Under-Resourced Healthcare System
In rural Uganda, lack of access to healthcare results in disability and death. What can be done?
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October 16 at 9:00am ·
As we count down to the start of Student Fellows Weekend, we celebrate the work of the students who make it possible! Loyola University of Chicago student fellow Olivia Conti's project, "Ghana: Walking on Water," explores the impact of going barefoot in Ghana.
Ghana: Walking on Water
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October 16 at 8:34am ·
New dispatches from University of Michigan student fellow Austin Davis's project, "Repairing the Cultural Divide: Integration, Education, and the Turkish Community in Berlin."
Repairing the Cultural Divide: Integration, Education, and the Turkish Community in Berlin
There are approximately 3 million individuals of Turkish decent living in Germany. Past studies have shown that they may not be afforded the same educational…
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October 16 at 8:00am ·
Our 2015 student fellows have reported on topics ranging from the experiences of African migrants in France, to trans rights in Thailand. Today, we're welcoming them to Washington, D.C. for a weekend filled with sharing and learning.
Pulitzer Center 2015 Student Fellows
Students journey across the globe to report on issues that matter—from migration to global health and indigenous land rights.
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October 14 at 11:12am ·
We're teaming up with Reuters to provide free hostile environment training for freelance journalists. Tomorrow is the last day to apply.
Five-day Hostile Environment Training for Freelance Journalists
The Pulitzer Center partners with Thompson Reuters to support hostile-environment training for up to 14 freelance journalists. Training takes place Nov. 22-27 in…
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October 13 at 9:37am · Edited ·
As the country prepares for another debate on immigration, the Renaud Brothers shine a light on the young people who risk their lives "between borders" on the dangerous journey from Central America to the U.S. Read more in this week's newsletter.
Between Borders
Each week, hundreds of young people—teenagers and children—attempt to flee the gang warfare that has gripped large swaths of Central America, heading north, crossing thousands of miles in hopes of obtaining asylum or settling with relatives…
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October 12 at 12:55pm ·
From solar powered irrigation to handheld crop sensors, climate-smart villages are springing up across Gujarat, Haryana, Punjab and other states. Our grantee Lisa Palmer has that story for The Guardian.
India's climate tech revolution is starting in its villages
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October 10 at 1:34pm ·
Our grantee, Jeanne Carstensen, says rough Aegean seas aren't deterring refugees. Here's her interview with PRI's The World:
Rough Aegean seas don't deter refugess
Reporter Jeanne Carstensen in Turkish town of Izmir tells host Carol Hills about new dangers facing the migrants and refugees who work with smugglers.
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October 9 at 1:32pm · Edited ·
From our archive:
Four years after the Arab Spring, Tunisia has a new constitution with unprecedented civil liberties and has had two free and fair elections. But, it has also become the world’s top contributor of fighters to the intractable conflicts in Syria, Libya and Iraq.
Tunisians Struggle with Arab Spring Impact
In underdeveloped interior regions, lack of progress confounds residents, four years after political upheaval.
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October 9 at 12:06pm · Edited ·
"It is very sad and hurtful for us to see them deforesting the forest because we consider the trees our brothers."
Pulitzer Center student fellow Rebecca Gibian reports on Costa Rica's Bríbri community's fight to preserve their land.
Illegal Deforestation Threatens Bríbri Communities
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October 8 at 10:00am ·
Our newest free e-book, "Flight from Syria: Refugee Stories" features the writing and photography of nine Pulitzer Center grantees—journalists who reported on Syrian refugees between 2012 and 2015. Their travels took them from Syria to Sweden, and from crowded camps to cramped apartments in city suburbs. Download the book and start reading today.
Flight From Syria by Hugh Eakin & Lauren Gelfond Feldinger on iBooks
Read a free sample or buy Flight From Syria by Hugh Eakin & Lauren Gelfond Feldinger. You can read this book with iBooks on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch,…
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October 8 at 8:17am · Edited ·
"In Vladimir Putin’s world, it is only a short flight from Ukraine to Syria and in both war-torn countries his message is the same: Russia is back, and without its full participation, no solution to either crisis is possible."
Marvin Kalb lays out Russia's plans for the Middle East in TIME:
Putin Takes on Syria
Vladimir Putin's sudden interest in Syria makes Russia a global player again.
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October 7 at 11:20am · Edited ·
Teachers: Thousands of young migrants, many of them the same age as the kids in your classrooms, risk everything to flee violence and poverty in Central America in the hope of making it to the United States. Help your students to better understand this complex issue with our new lesson plan:
Why They Flee: Understanding the Migration of Minors
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October 7 at 8:00am ·
When Pankaj Khadka walked through the village of Kala Bang, Nepal, the realization immediately sank in—there are no young men in the village.
Nepal: Absence of Youth in Kala Bang
As you wander the village of Kala Bang, the absence of men—particularly young men—is starkly evident. Almost every face you come across is that of a child, a young woman or an elderly person.
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October 6 at 10:29am · Edited ·
"Imagine being 16 years old, leaving home alone with $8.00 in your pocket, and trying to make it all the way from Honduras to the United States. It's close to 2,000 miles."
Our grantees, Brent and Craig Renaud, trace the journey these young people make in their new documentary for The New York Times.
Video: Between Borders: American Migrant Crisis
From Central America, thousands of children fleeing poverty and danger make multiple attempts to reach the United States despite increased efforts by Mexico to turn them back.
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October 5 at 1:11pm ·
Syrians enduring the civil war face an abandoned homeland, an indifferent world, and an uncertain future. More in this week's newsletter:
Flight from Syria: Refugee Stories
The refugee crisis seems to have caught European governments by surprise. It shouldn’t have. According to UN figures, an estimated 14 million people were forced to flee their homes in 2014 as a result of armed conflict. Wars in Syria, Iraq and…
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October 3 at 11:00am ·
What does it look like to rebuild a police force from scratch? Our grantee, Misha Friedman, went to Kiev, Ukraine to find out.
The Making of Kiev's Police
Photojournalist Misha Friedman documents the first steps of a new Ukrainian police officers, from exams to training, graduation and finally street patrols.
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