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 - The Criminal Migrant Shipping Network
Smugglers, some of them organised in networks, are profiting from migrants’ despair by selling them their services, making a fortune in the process and fueling their criminal enterprise with cash.
Working grant - Europe, the Uranium Hell
The EU's member states' focus on energy independence is putting at risk the environment and the health of its citizens, due to the bloc’s continued exploitation of European uranium resources.
Working grant - The Donbass Paradox
Russian-backed separatists have plundered the rebel-held regions in Ukraine’s industrial heartland and created an economy stricken with fear, hypocrisy and contradiction. How has business transformed since the rebels took control of Ukraine’s east?
The Dutch banking giant Rabobank is accused of profiting off the back of fraud...
Working grant - The Profiteers of the Hungarian-Romanian Border Area
Dozens of millions of Euros were spent on roads across the Romanian-Hungarian border that lead nowhere.
Working grant - The Gold Trail
ROSIA MONTANA - The Romanian village of Rosia Montana has been a site of historic gold and silver mining for over two millennia. Now, mining company Rosia Montana Gold Corporation plans a massive mining project, which is dividing the village into supporters and opponents.