27 / 01 / 2023
Exclusive: ‘Whistleblowers’ Pile Pressure on EU Asylum Agency Chief After Dramatic Reshuffle
Malta-based agency rejects claims that it gave inaccurate information when questioned about recruitment practices.
13 / 01 / 2023
They saved the lives of refugees at sea. Now Greece is putting them on trial.
Two dozen aid workers have been indicted with facilitating migrant smuggling and face up to 25 years in prison, in a trial that has sparked international attention. Solomon has reviewed legal opinions, and spoken to defendants and lawyers, to peel back precisely what is at play in the case.
09 / 12 / 2022
A game for press freedom in Greece
In November 2021, Stavros Malichudis was the first journalist to reveal that he had been under surveillance by the Greek intelligence agency. A year later, he tells what it is like to be a journalist in the country ranked last in Europe for press freedom.
06 / 12 / 2022
They once experienced war in their home country. Bosnians are now helping those who get stuck along the Balkan route.
Azra has made her home a hub for those in need, and Asim has devoted himself to supporting migrant people. In a country still dealing with its own scars, many Bosnian people are showing solidarity to those escaping today’s wars and hardship.
06 / 12 / 2022
“Somewhere, a mother is crying for them”
The memories of the Bosnian war from the ‘90s are still vivid and many people in Bosnia and Herzegovina remember what it means to flee your home and leave it all behind. Today, war traumas influence Bosnians’ compassion for the migrants who attempt to reach Europe.
30 / 11 / 2022
Solomon awards €4,000 to 2 investigative projects in Greece
Unveiling the results of Solomon's "The food we eat" support scheme for investigative projects on food systems in Greece.
28 / 11 / 2022
Exclusive: Fears of ‘another Frontex’ as anti-fraud watchdog investigates EU asylum agency
The EU’s asylum agency is being investigated by the bloc’s anti-fraud watchdog, Solomon has learnt, following claims of serious mismanagement and neglect of human rights obligations.
18 / 11 / 2022
Exclusive: UN Letter Documents Greek Pushback of Turkish Asylum Seekers
In March, eight Turks reached Greece by boat, fearing persecution in their homeland. The UN urged Greece to provide protection, but instead the men were pushed back to sea and into the arms of the Turkish police.