Journalists from Oštro, a centre for investigative reporting in the Adriatic region, discuss the challenges of exposing white-collar crime in Slovenia and Croatia — two countries on the EU’s southeast flank where the space for independent media is shrinking.
Host Timothy Large speaks with leading journalists behind A Small Haven for White-Collar Crime, an investigation supported by the IJ4EU fund for cross-border investigative journalism.
Drawing on documents from The Pandora Papers, the biggest leak of offshore financial data in history, the investigation exposes tax evasion, fraud and the hiding of assets in offshore jurisdictions.
The project also brought home the difficulties of conducting investigative work in Slovenia and Croatia, countries with much in common — including a deteriorating landscape for media freedom.
- Host: Timothy Large, IJ4EU programme manager at the International Press Institute
- Guests: Anuška Delić, founder and editor-in-chief of Oštro in Slovenia, and Mašenjka Bačić, deputy editor-in-chief of Oštro in Croatia.
- Editor and Producer: Timothy Large