Tracing the Story

Winners of TRACE Prize for Investigative Reporting share the story behind the story.

“They say it takes five generations to get healed”

Muriel Betsina is a residential school survivor. Taken with her sister from their childhood home, she suffered years of abuse. Muriel shares how she found happiness again—both for herself, her children and her grandchildren.

“We should be coming out and staking our claim”

Catherine Lafferty tells her story as part of Turning Points, a GRC series airing weekends on PBS NewsHour that explores alcohol use, addiction, resilience and healing in the Canadian North.

Here’s how we do global journalism differently

On the biggest annual day of giving, the GRC invites you to help us keep producing the kinds of cutting-edge, independent journalism that cannot be made without your support.

Ethiopia and the Road Ahead

Chinese investments helped Ethiopia become one of the world’s fastest growing economies. But now civil strife is putting that success at risk for both countries. Episode 9 of On China's New Silk Road is out now.

Supporting Independent Journalism

In our latest newsletter, we hear from the journalists behind the scenes of our latest documentary on medical supply chains for PBS Frontline, the Global Reporting Program and our most recent Global Journalist in Residence program.

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