17 Aug 2011 - 05 Jan 2022
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The latest updates on Pulitzer Center grantee award nominations and wins.
Cambodia Burning is a finalist in the 2021 Social Impact Media Awards.
The Pulitzer Center-supported project from the Bangor Daily News investigated law enforcement accountability through records requests and on-the-ground reporting
Kiran Misra has won a Journalism Excellence Award for her story on the effects of New Delhi urban development on local communities.
The documentary, which explores Cambodia’s rapid deforestation due to agriculture and logging, won in the short film category.
Grantee Sean Gallagher’s project looks into how logging, agriculture, and rubber plantations are pushing Cambodian forests to the edge of existence
The multimedia projects profiled three species of trees from the world’s largest rainforests that help stave off global environmental disaster.
The award-winning article documented the World Health Organization’s response to the Ebola outbreak in a volatile region of the Congo.
Haines was recognized for her Pulitzer Center-supported project that chronicles the lives of women of color during the pandemic.
The project investigates the impact of the pandemic on homeless people across the country
Grantees Matt Hongoltz-Hetling and Michael G. Seamans won Best Environmental Story for their article documenting hydropower’s impact on Inuit communities.
This year, the Institute for Nonprofit News was one of three news organizations to win the award, which is presented by the Great Lakes Protection Fund.
The legendary anchor received a Lifetime Achievement Award, and spoke with journalist Jon Sawyer, executive director of the Pulitzer Center.
“We will illuminate dark places and, with a deep sense of responsibility, interpret these troubled times.”
—Joseph Pulitzer III (1913-1993)