Once a month we send out a newsletter in English with our newest investigations,  columns, reactions to our work and must reads from all over Europe (we are not the only ones publishing good cross border journalism).

Also we send short language-specific alerts about our publications, whenever they become public.

Our latest Newsletters:

2020-04-02 +++ Covid-19 Special: Contagion Apps, Eurobonds, Interactive Coronatracker +++ This month’s column by Italian Investigate Europe Member Maria Maggiore asks the question: Could such apps cause a contagion of overruled civil liberties and allow private companies to abuse our most personal data? Plus in-depth reporting into the question of Coronabonds, and why division in Europe could spell catastrophe.

2020-03-17 +++ Exclusive: Greece’s ignored plea for help +++ Jailed minor migrants +++ Our in-depth Covid-19 reporting begins with our column – First lesson of the crisis: We are more equal than we think. More on our investigation in jailed minor migrants with a major long read piece: Borderlands.

2020-02-20 +++Failing Asylum System+++  Solidarity is a value that European leaders often refer to – especially in reference to the various crises of the past years. But if you take a look at what happens on Europe’s borders you can see how the entire asylum system  lacks the exact values our governments praise. Read our special report from the Moria refugee camp, and discover why Europe is responsible for such dire conditions.

2019-01-15 +++Minor Migrants: Detained In Europe’s Prisons+++ Jailing children is against international treaties. But if the kid is a migrant European governments don’t care. We spent three months researching the inhumane jailing of children across Europe. Read our findings. We’ve also launch Secrets Of The Council – a special series investigating the Council of the European Union and its opaque law-making processes.

2020-01-03 +++ Investigate Europe’s plans for 2020 +++ Happy New Year! Why we are fundraising and the launch of a new cross boarder investigation: Secrets of The Council – a long term project looking at the workings of the Council of the European Union.

2019-12-19 +++ How Europe detains minor migrants +++ Free Assange +++  Our reporters visit detention centres where European governments are detaining child migrants. We launch an animation detailing our child migrant investigation. Why we disagree with the jailing of Julian Assange, and more on Chinese investors in Norway in ‘Arctic Silk Road’.

2019-11-22: +++ How China silences critics in Europe +++ As part of our investigation into Chinese investors in Europe, we look at how China silences critics of its human rights violations (labelled as “internal affairs”) through economic and political pressure. Even in Europe, politicians get unpleasant visits, minorities are spied on, and CEOs of global companies bow to pressure.

2019-11-01: +++ Undercover report: Inside a troll farm +++  Young Polish journalist, Katarszyna Pruszkiewicz, spent six months undercover in a commercial “troll farm” in Warsaw, helping to run almost 200 fake accounts on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for a company called Cat@Net. This report offers a rare insight into a company that turned the spreading of hate and propaganda into a business model.

2019-10-22: +++ Chinese investors: threat or blessing? +++ Shady privatisation in Portugal +++ How is China’s money changing Europe? Are countries selling their economic strength to a new superpower? Is China a partner or a “systemic rival”? In an in-depth investigation that took us several months, Investigate Europe reporters have found highly contradictory answers.

019-09-20: +++ China’s Investment in Europe +++ Microsoft & BlackRock +++ With an increasingly bitter trade war between the US and China, Europe is finding itself caught in the middle without a clear and united policy on how it deals with Chinese investment. Investigate Europe reporters travelled from Portugal to the outskirts of Norwegian Kirkenes and found answers that might contradict a few of your expectations. Plus UPDATES on our BlackRock and Microsoft investigations.

Subscribe to our newsletter