Das Erste – Abgewrackt in Bangladesch: Schmutzige Spuren deutscher Schiffsfonds

Access the reportage by Christine Auerbach and Wolfgang Kerler here.

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The Guardian – Where oil rigs go to die

When a drilling platform is scheduled for destruction, it must go on a thousand-mile final journey to the breaker’s yard. As one rig proved when it crashed on to the rocks of a remote Scottish island, this is always a risky business. Access… More

Corriere della Sera – A mani nude

Isacco Chiaf, graphic designer, and Tomaso Clavarino, journalist and photographer, are behind this outstanding project, which was funded by the European Journalism Centre. The two Italians travelled to Bangladesh and India, where dirty and dangerous scrapping is conducted on the tidal beaches of… More

Al Jazeera – With bare hands

Isacco Chiaf, graphic designer, and Tomaso Clavarino, journalist and photographer, are behind this outstanding project, which was funded by the European Journalism Centre. The two Italians travelled to Bangladesh and India, where dirty and dangerous scrapping is conducted on the tidal beaches of… More

El Pais – Cementerio de hombres y barcos

Isacco Chiaf, graphic designer, and Tomaso Clavarino, journalist and photographer, are behind this outstanding project, which was funded by the European Journalism Centre. The two Italians travelled to Bangladesh and India, where dirty and dangerous scrapping is conducted on the tidal beaches of… More

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La Stampa – Pochi controlli e costi ridotti, le navi italiane demolite in India

Written by Roberto Giovannini Access the original article 24 October 2016 – Voi non lo sapete, ma l’aliscafo o il traghetto che vi portò in vacanza venti anni fa non naviga più. Anche se i proprietari e gli armatori sanno benissimo che non… More

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Los Angeles Times – Adult and underage workers risk their lives in Bangladesh’s rising ship-breaking industry

Written by Shashank Bengali Access the original article 9 March 2016 – In late November, a 52,000-ton barge eased into this ramshackle port on the Bay of Bengal and came to rest on a wide, muddy beach. After nearly four decades crisscrossing the… More

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Deutsche Welle – Ship recycling is risky work in Bangladesh

21 January 2016 – #headabovewater – “Ship recycling is risky work in Bangladesh.” In shipbreaking yards in Bangladesh, poorly paid workers dismantle giant tankers or ocean liners by hand. They are regularly exposed to hazardous substances like asbestos and lead. International controls are… More

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L’Espresso – Demolizione delle navi, le accuse della Ong alle compagnie italiane

Written by Luciana Grosso Access the original article 12 January 2016 – Le navi Grimaldi, quelle Ignazio Messina e di Vittorio Bogazzi & Figli: ecco i nomi delle tre compagnie navali italiane finite nella lista nera della Ngo Shipbreaking Platform, gruppo ambientalista che… More

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NRK TV – Opphugging av skip i Bangladesh

23 November 2015 – “Opphugging av skip i Bangladesh” Interview with Ms Rizwana Hasan on national Norwegian tv NRK.