InSight Crime is readying its newest class of interns – from universities in Europe and the Americas – to begin investigative work on a number of high-impact projects.
For the next few months, this group of eight will be integrated into projects that span the Americas. They will be digging into underworld activities on the US-Mexico border; armed actors along the Colombia-Venezuela border, one of the world’s most dangerous; the criminal chaos in Haiti; wildlife trafficking in the Amazon; and issues from gender and organized crime to drug pipelines across the globe.
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