A London-based multi-award winning reporter, with data journalism skills to complement traditional investigative muckracking. Published by Reuters, the BBC, Greenpeace, openDemocracy, EUobserver, The Black Sea, The Canary, DeSmog, Investigate Europe. First to prove who truly owns UK's fishing rights. I have also reported for Swiss Leaks, Facebook Leaks, The Daphne Project, as well as helped openDemocracy set up their openMedia section by investigating commercial pressure inside newsrooms, among others. My reporting usually digs in on where corporate greed meets public sector corruption, causing poverty and distress. This is why I have a cross-border approach, and why I am versed in transparency laws in several jurisdistions. I have co-authred a manual in investigative reporting and data journalism for reporters in opaque countries; contributed to The Data Journalism Handbook - 2nd edition; have been commission to research what became the Master's Degree in Investigative Journalism for the Western Balkans and Turkey; and have trained thousands of journalists and students. I have also created and run Data Harvest's three data journalism strands for four consecutive years (2016-2019) and was the first to introduce a Train-The-Trainers pre-conference day here, with international contributions. I have been a globe-trotter, teaching journalism to accross the map. AWARDS The IJ4EU Impact Award (THE DAPHNE PROJECT) 2021 The Al Neuharth Innovation in Investigative Journalism Award, Small Newsroom (Finalist, THE DAPHNE PROJECT) 2018 The Paul Foot Award (Shortlisted, The Energy Desk) 2017 Investigation of the year, Data Journalism Awards (SWISS LEAKS, ICIJ) 2015 COMPAS “New Lives and Dreams” Photojournalism Award (Shortlisted) 2012 MEMBERSHIPS Alumni of and mentor at Journalism Fund Alumni of and trainer at the Centre for Investigative Journalism IRE | NUJ | Forbidden Stories member ONLINE LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/crinaboros
Where have all the mothers gone? Romania’s parents are leaving to work abroad in the absence of a living wage at home, and children are paying the price
Maltese journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia was assassinated by a car bomb. This is the inside story of a murder that tarnishes Europe.
In a small marina in Exmouth sits the Nina May, a 4.8m fibreglass boat. She has a secret: the tiny boat holds a massive amount of fishing quota, nearly a fifth of all fishing rights for the SW of England, more than all but one much larger fishing boat
The secrets of 'Black Ops' advertising. Who is paying for our news? - "I think the public would resent knowing they are being tricked. So best not to always tell them."
How a GM giant ‘bought control’ of what millions of Londoners read - The Evening Standard’s lucrative deal with Swiss chemical giant Syngenta shows how commercial giants pay for news – with readers left in the dark.
What Finland’s nuclear failure says about Hinkley - Firms drafted in to build the UK’s first nuclear plant in a generation have a history of failures and cost-overruns, according to an analysis I've done for Greenpeace - Unearthed.
Radio 4 - The Report investigated how prepared the British government was for an alleged influx of East-European migrants once restrictions lifted for Romanians and Bulgarians. My role was that of a reporter, fixer, translator and production assistant.
BBC Spotlight - Investigating claims that leaders of a Roma community in Belfast have been exploiting their own people, while pouring illicit funding into lavishing houses, complete with gold-coloured gates. I spearheaded the pre-filming groundwork.
BBC Newsnight - Romanian journalist goes undercover as hotel cleaner - A 4-month investigation exposing that minimum wage and working rights in the hospitality industry exist only on paper. I worked as a reporter, researcher and assistant producer.