Tagpage Organised crime
Working grant - EUROCRIMES - Exploring Criminal Worlds on the Continent
The migration of criminality between European countries is a major source of social and political tension on the continent. Though dominant in the news, this phenomenon is barely covered in reports released by national and European institutions, creating an information gap that furthers mistrust and fear between people.
Working grant - FCC — The African Line
The Calabrian mafia ‘Ndrangheta's primary source of money is cocaine. How do they traffic the drug from South America to Europe and Africa leaving virtually no trace?
Working grant - CC — Mafia in Africa 2
Mafia in Africa 2 exposes the fraudulent business empire of Italian criminal Curio Pintus, who was sentenced to three years in jail in 2001 for laundering drug money for the 'ndrangheta, but remains active as CEO of US “merchant bank”, the Pintus Group.
Working grant - CC - Catching the real pirates
A number of fishing companies are flouting international law, exploiting workers, and over-fishing, thus stripping vulnerable countries of a vital food source.
Working grant - Confiscated Goods in Europe
Despite a European directive on joint jurisdiction on confiscated goods, actual European monitoring is virtually nonexistent. European criminal organisations take advantage of this lack of solid jurisdiction.
BRUSSELS – The Mafia in Africa team was present at the Dataharvest/EIJC 2015 to talk about their big cross-border investigation into the Italian mafia's activities in Africa. An interview.
BRUSSELS – From the 8th until the 10th of May, the European capital of Brussels was transformed into an international meeting point for data coders and journalists, investigative or otherwise. The reason: the Dataharvest European Investigative Journalism Conference 2015.