Maite Vermeulen

Migration correspondent at De Correspondent

Maite Vermeulen
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Illustration: Luka van Diepen (designer at De Correspondent)
How maps in the media make us more negative about migrants
Maite Vermeulen, Leon de Korte and Henk van Houtum
Maite Vermeulen
Leon de Korte
Henk van Houtum
Illustration of pieces of paper floating in the air, on them arrows, lines and crosses are drawn, pawns standing around them. A big piece of chalk seems to be drawing an arrow.
Transnational chat: Migration policy needs an overhaul. But how?
Maite Vermeulen
Nabeelah Shabbir
Maite Vermeulen
Nabeelah Shabbir
Illustration of yellow and orange circles with blue arrows passing around it, symbolising EU money streams
Europe’s great migration illusion: money that creates more problems than it solves
Maite Vermeulen, Giacomo Zandonini and Ajibola Amzat
Maite Vermeulen
Giacomo Zandonini
Ajibola Amzat
Press release: How the EU created a crisis in Africa – and started a migration cartel
Maite Vermeulen, Giacomo Zandonini and Ajibola Amzat
Maite Vermeulen
Giacomo Zandonini
Ajibola Amzat
Illustration of a maze, where out of all entrances, one is very clearly just a straightforward path to its center.
How the EU created a crisis in Africa – and started a migration cartel 
Maite Vermeulen, Giacomo Zandonini and Ajibola Amzat
Maite Vermeulen
Giacomo Zandonini
Ajibola Amzat
Diagram showing the different money paths and institutions involved in the migration funding that the three journalists tried to unravel in their investigation.
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Europe spends billions stopping migration. Good luck figuring out where the money actually goes
Maite Vermeulen, Ajibola Amzat and Giacomo Zandonini
Maite Vermeulen
Ajibola Amzat
Giacomo Zandonini