The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, the nonprofit journalism organization which provides funding for journalists covering under-reported stories around the world, is celebrating its 10th anniversary. This week, they’ve asked current grantees and alumni to share memories and memorable Pulitzer Center-funded projects on social media using the hashtag #PulitzerCenter10.

The Pulitzer Center gives out more than $1.5 million in grants per year. We’ve written about many Pulitzer Center-funded projects in the pages of PDN over the years, so we thought we’d join in the celebration by sharing those stories and saluting the organization’s commitment to funding the work of photojournalists.

Field Studies: Richard Mosse Explores the Complexities of War-Torn Congo

Aerial Photographer Alex MacLean Surveys the Source of the Keystone XL Pipeline

Picture Story: Everyday Africa on Instagram

Acclaimed Beijing Portrait Project, Expanded with Video

Mira Mexico: Louie Palu’s Conceptual Project About the War on Drugs

The Next Generation of Storytelling: The Seattle Times’ Sea Change

Q&A: How to Get Funding from The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting

Correction: A previous version of this story indicated that the Pulitzer Center had given out $1.5 million in grants to date. They give out $1.5 million in grants per year.


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