The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting supports a large network of independent journalists that cover under-reported global issues, such as property rights, and disseminates the reporting across top-tier news media partners. The Center aims to raise awareness and increase public dialogue on the current barriers to property rights around the world.
Through written content, video, data visualization, and photography, the Center promotes high-quality international reporting and innovative platforms for the public to engage on key issues. It also provides in-person and online programs for secondary and university students, including those enrolled in public policy, business, and environmental programs.
The Center’s work helps citizens think critically about the creation and dissemination of news and aims to inspire people to become active consumers and producers of information, ultimately driving demand for more informed decisions around property rights by governments, corporations, funders, and other key stakeholders.