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Białowieża forest: A debated neck of the woods

With 150,000 hectares of pure nature, 10,000 years of history and the last bison in Europe, the Białowieża forest in the east of Poland is one of the best preserved in the continent. So in 2016, when the Polish government decided to triple the rate of deforestation, the country was split in two. We met with locals to understand their relationship to this green oasis. [Translated in 6 EU languages. Part of the Borderline project, by which 16 journalists and photographers from all over Europe have researched eight fascinating feature reports along the Polish borders].

The hidden stories of the cultural looting of Latin America [Memoria Robada]

The first transnational journalistic investigation on cultural trafficking involving big data, leaded by Ojo-publico.com. It reveals the figures and the most serious cases of trafficking of cultural heritage in Latin America, and the international art market scheme that permits the selling of stolen objects. Winner of: 2017 Grupo Diarios de Ámerica Awards (Digital Narrative, La Nación Data Unit) 2016 Best of Digital Design (Silver medal, La Nación Data Unit) 2016 Premio Latinoamericano de Periodismo de Investigación (3rd place, Memoria Robada regional team)

Memoria Robada [Costa Rica] - Datajournalism international project

The first transnational journalistic investigation on cultural trafficking involving big data, leaded by Ojo-publico.com. It reveals the figures and the most serious cases of trafficking of cultural heritage in Latin America, and the international art market scheme that permits the selling of stolen objects. Winner of: 2017 Grupo Diarios de Ámerica Awards (Digital Narrative, La Nación Data Unit) 2016 Best of Digital Design (Silver medal, La Nación Data Unit) 2016 Premio Latinoamericano de Periodismo de Investigación (3rd place, Memoria Robada regional team)

Memoria Robada [Costa Rica]

The first transnational journalistic investigation on cultural trafficking involving big data, leaded by Ojo-publico.com. It reveals the figures and the most serious cases of trafficking of cultural heritage in Latin America, and the international art market scheme that permits the selling of stolen objects. Winner of: 2017 Grupo Diarios de Ámerica Awards (Digital Narrative, La Nación Data Unit) 2016 Best of Digital Design (Silver medal, La Nación Data Unit) 2016 Premio Latinoamericano de Periodismo de Investigación (3rd place, Memoria Robada regional team)

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