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Fuller Project Correspondent Louise Donovan holding the award with presenter Jenny Kleeman
Fuller Project Correspondent Louise Donovan with award presenter Jenny Kleeman, Journalist and One World Media Workshop Leader

The Fuller Project is committed to independent, rigorous journalism that raises awareness and sparks accountability. Since 2015, our global team of journalists has published hundreds of groundbreaking stories – from our TIME Magazine cover story on waitresses in American cities earning $2.13 an hour, to our four-part feature in Marie Claire on forced virginity testing in the U.S., to our devastating investigation into child sexual exploitation in the Philippines in The Washington Post. We are honored to have been recognized by these prestigious organizations for our work. 

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2021 NAJA National Native Media Award for Best Coverage of Native America

Jessica Klein, ” They Survived Intimate Partner Violence‚ Now They Can Vote Safely,” Indian Country Today


2021 LA Press Club Southern California Journalism Awards Finalist

Eileen Guo, “Coronavirus Threatens an Already Strained Maternal Health System,” The New York Times


2021 SPJ DC Dateline Award Finalist

Dr. Xanthe Scharff, “Why the Coronavirus Outbreak Could Hit Women Hardest,” TIME


2021 Gold Telly Award

The Fuller Project’s behind-the-scenes impact video


2021 The Webby Awards Official Honoree

The Fuller Project’s behind-the-scenes impact video


2021 Hermes Creative Platinum Award

The Fuller Project’s International Women’s Day interactive map and behind-the-scenes impact video


2021 AVA Digital Creative Platinum Award

The Fuller Project’s behind-the-scenes impact video


2020 Anthony Shadid Award for Journalism Ethics

Louise Donovan and Nasibo Kabale, “‘Dumped babies are just the tip of the iceberg’: The deadly consequences of curbing reproductive rights,” The Telegraph


2020 American Society of Journalists and Authors’ Crisis Coverage Award: COVID-19 Edition – Education Category

Rikha Sharma Rani, “Imagine Online School in a Language You Don’t Understand,” The New York Times


2019 American Association for Cancer Research June L. Biedler Prize for Cancer Journalism, Online/Multimedia Category (shortlisted) 

Sophia Jones, “In Afghanistan, Where Breast Cancer is a Death Sentence, Women Fight to Save Lives,” ELLE UK


2019 National Society of Newspaper Columnists, General Interest– Online, Blog, and Multimedia Columns (honorable mention) 

Sophia Jones, Christina Asquith, “Iraq is Tempting Fate by Punishing Women,” Foreign Policy 

Neha Wadekar, “Women Want Yemen Back Together Again,” Foreign Policy 


2019 Daniel Pearl Award for Outstanding Reporting About South Asia (finalist)

Sophia Jones, “The Many Dangers of Being an Afghan Woman in Uniform”


2019 Amnesty International Media Award 

Corinne Redfern, “My Husband Sold Me to a Brothel,” ELLE UK 


2019 Milwaukee Press Club Silver Award for Best Consumer Story or Series 

Rikha Sharma Rani and Parker Schorr, “Catholics run one-third of Wisconsin hospitals, putting many reproductive procedures off-limits,” The Capital Times 


2019 One World Media Popular Features Award

Louise Donovan, “Rebels with a Cause,” ELLE UK 


2019 Military Reporters and Editors Association Award, Print Overseas, Large Market 

Sophia Jones, “The Many Dangers of Being an Afghan Woman in Uniform,” The New York Times Magazine 

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