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Pre-trial punishment of suspects in Greece

With large prisoner numbers and detention times far in excess of European averages, pre-trial detention is being abused by the Greek justice system, reveals MIIR’s research within the framework of the European Data Journalism Network (EDJNet).

COVID: How Europe’s prisons have fared in the pandemic

COVID: How Europe’s prisons have fared in the pandemic

    Prisons are breeding grounds for viruses, yet carceral administrations have revealed little about COVID-19 cases, deaths and vaccinations in Europe's prisons. Data from 32 countries show the pandemic's impact on prisons.        ...

Mapping the migrant camps in Europe

Mapping the migrant camps in Europe

Successful integration of refugees and migrants into their host society is at the core of the European migration strategy - at least, on paper. In reality their current living conditions show that they are far from meeting this objective.   MIIR’s ongoing...

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Trapped in Paradise: MIIR’s investigation on the tourism industry is out now

What lies behind the celebratory headlines about Greece’s “heavy industry”, tourism? After poring over thousands of pages, liaising with tens of workers, officials, trade unionists and industry insiders, investigating in situ in Greece, Bulgaria and Romania, we...

MIIR attended workshops on FOIA requests

28/2/2010 Workshops on the right of access to information internationally

MIIR becomes member of EDJNET!

15/12/2019 We are happy to announce that the Mediterranean Institute for Investigative Reporting is joning EDJNET, as the first based in Greece journalistic organisation.

Correspondence from London and the “Truth and Trust Online” Conference

8/10/2019 More than 250 academics, professionals, journalists and researchers participated in the “Truth and Trust Online” conference, with public debate on fake news, misinformation, deepfakes

“Tweets on the Dark Side of the Web” is now online

June 4, 2019 – MIIR’s first investigation on automated political propaganda through twitter in the Greek “Τwittersphere” is also being published in English….

MIIR’S first investigation is out!

May 20, 2019 – MIIR may have been officially founded on January 2019, but its data-driven seedlings were planted earlier, in the form of twitter bots…

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