Evie Papada

is a researcher at Transcapes, an ESRC-funded project on the Mediterranean migration crisis. She has worked extensively within the human rights and humanitarian sector in Europe and abroad.


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Extractivism above all?

Global economics, local resistance

Intensifying the exploitation of underground resources has been suggested as a solution for Europe’s crisis-ridden regions. But who really owns these resources? And where do the proceeds from their exploitation go? Evie Papada reviews the situation in the villages of Chalkidiki, Greece.

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