Did Evil Win?

Did Evil Win?

In spite of a global campaign asking Western governments to act in Darfur, more than a decade ago, the crisis in this region in Sudan is still ongoing. The violence never ended. 

The Sudanese regime is held responsible for a genocidal military campaign against its own civilians - and yet, it continues to stay in power. How is that possible? See for yourself in this documentary: investigate the crisis, look at interviews with key players or follow the clues. Make up your mind: Did Evil Win?

#DutchArms: Track & trace of the Dutch arms

#DutchArms: Track & trace of the Dutch arms

The Netherlands is a major international arms dealer.  The export value since 2004 adds up to almost 15 billion euros. This business is great for the national economy, but it also creates risks. To asses these risks we started a collaboration with Bellingcat and the data-journalism team of KRO-NCRV: a track & trace of the Dutch arms. 

Water scarcity in Iran

Water scarcity in Iran

Water scarcity is increasingly fueling conflict in the Middle East. Khuzestan, in the southwest of Iran, is a compelling example. The province literally dried up. One of the main reasons are the dams build by Turkey, but even more so the dams build by Iran itself. 

Illegal gold mining in DR Congo

Illegal gold mining in DR Congo

In the Democratic Republic of Congo conflict is never far off. This is in part due to conflict minerals, the mining of which contributes to the perpetuation and aggravation of a cycle of violence. In the vast Okapi Wildlife Reserve, mining is illegal. But that doesn't limit the lengths to which people are willing to go to fight for the gold and other natural resources.