Kevin Douglas Grant

Kevin Douglas Grant is the co-founder and managing editor of The GroundTruth Project, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to training the next generation of foreign correspondents in the digital age. It is focused on the issues of social justice including human rights, freedom of expression, emerging democracies, the environment, religious affairs and global health.

Kevin Douglas Grant is the co-founder and managing editor of The GroundTruth Project, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to training the next generation of foreign correspondents in the digital age. It is focused on the issues of social justice including human rights, freedom of expression, emerging democracies, the environment, religious affairs and global health.

Grant co-launched GroundTruth while senior editor of Special Reports at GlobalPost, producing award-winning series and continuing coverage from around the world. He holds an M.A. in online journalism from the University of Southern California's Annenberg School, where he was a Dean's Scholar and the founding executive editor of Annenberg's thriving 24/7 news organization Neon Tommy.

Grant is the former operations director of semantic news analyzer Inform.com. He holds a B.A. in International Studies from DePaul University and has appeared on NBC News, Salon.com, American Public Media, National Public Radio, Religion News Service, Huffington Post, LA Daily News, Columbia Journalism Review, PBS NewsHour and Truthdig.

He is the winner of a 2013 Society of American Business Editors and Writers Best in Business Award, a 2013 Knight Grant for Reporting on Religion and American Public Life, 2014 Association of Health Care Journalists' First Place Award for Excellence in Health Care Journalism as well as a 2014 ICFJ International Reporting Fellowship for Promoting Excellence in Global Coverage of Religion and the 2014 Religion Newswriters Association's Online Religion Section of the Year.

Youth unemployment

As youth unemployment spikes, job seekers keep dreaming

The global youth unemployment rate has returned to a level close to its all-time high, according to new data from the International Labor Organization.

As youth unemployment spikes, job seekers keep dreaming
Paris climate change talks

Hope and economics (and Obama and Modi) collide at climate talks

Hope and economics (and Obama and Modi) collide at climate talks

Heralded by the West as a model for tolerance, Indonesia squeezes religious minorities

Heralded by the West as a model for tolerance, Indonesia squeezes religious minorities

Why summer jobs are critical to reducing youth unemployment

Why summer jobs are critical to reducing youth unemployment

For some members of Generation TBD, finding a job is a distant dream (VIDEO)

For some members of Generation TBD, finding a job is a distant dream (VIDEO)

It's a landslide for Hindu nationalism in India's election

Narendra Modi and his BJP supporters will lead the world's largest democracy, worrying critics of his belief system and his tactics.

It's a landslide for Hindu nationalism in India's election

Exit polls say Narendra Modi will be India's next prime minister

Five weeks of voting brought record-setting turnout, with Modi poised to win a mandate from voters.

Exit polls say Narendra Modi will be India's next prime minister

Pope Francis makes boldest comments yet on sex abuse crisis

"You don't play with children's lives!" Francis told the French advocacy group International Catholic Child Bureau.

Pope Francis makes boldest comments yet on sex abuse crisis

Hindu nationalists and rationalists make strange neighbors in Pune

A progressive, anti-superstition group meets just down the street from a branch of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, a paramilitary Hindu nationalist organization proving influentia

Hindu nationalists and rationalists make strange neighbors in Pune

Hindu nationalism takes driver's seat in Indian election

A saffron party and its charismatic frontman have seized a moment of frustration in India and appear poised to take control of the country.

Hindu nationalism takes driver's seat in Indian election

FRONTLINE documentary to reveal Vatican 'secrets' nearly one year into Francis' papacy

Pope Francis may be well-liked but the Catholic Church's problems run deep. FRONTLINE explores them in a 90-minute documentary airing Tuesday night.

FRONTLINE documentary to reveal Vatican 'secrets' nearly one year into Francis' papacy

State of the Union: Increasingly unequal

President Obama addressed rising inequality and promised to help "build new ladders of opportunity." Can he — or Congress — deliver?

State of the Union: Increasingly unequal

Five years after Obama's first drone strike, civilian victims remain without legal recourse

America's drone operations abroad have been criticized for many reasons. Among them: there is no clear path to justice for innocent victims and their families.

Five years after Obama's first drone strike, civilian victims remain without legal recourse

Row over Indian diplomat’s treatment of maid became a matter of status, national pride

Indian diplomat Devyani Khobragade has flown home after weeks of escalating friction between the US and India about the handling of her case.

Row over Indian diplomat’s treatment of maid became a matter of status, national pride

Deep-sea mining could make 'largest footprint of any single human activity on the planet'

Honolulu, Hawaii is emerging as a hub for a race to extract billions of dollars worth of minerals from the ocean floor.

Deep-sea mining could make 'largest footprint of any single human activity on the planet'