The food we eat: Tomatoes and greed – the exodus of Ghana’s farmers

Solomon’s “The food we eat” online discussions host exceptional journalistic works from around the world and contribute to the understanding of how our food systems cause global problems such as displacement and ecological collapse.

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Six years with Solomon

Six years with Solomon

Today is Solomon’s 6th birthday, which means that if Solomon was a person, he’d be starting school now — a new exciting stage of development and learning.

I am the journalist being watched by the Greek secret service

I am the journalist being watched by the Greek secret service

Our colleague Stavros Malichudis found out from a newspaper article that the National Intelligence Service, the agency charged with protecting national security, had information “from a highly credible source” about a story he was working on. He asks: Is journalism a threat to democracy?

Accountability: New focus for our journalism

Accountability: New focus for our journalism

Ιn our effort to shed light on important issues of public interest, we join forces with The Manifold, an independent investigative outfit, which specializes in in-depth, long-form journalism.

The well hidden cases of domestic servitude

The well hidden cases of domestic servitude

Many domestic workers in Greece have been living in the worst possible conditions. Many migrant women who worked as domestics and babysitters have lost their jobs.

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