The Ghosts of International Adoptions
Tens of thousands of abandoned children were adopted internationally between 1990 and 2004. Many of them are trying to understand their roots but their search can be overwhelming as the Romanian state still hasn't recognized it has failed to protect them.
The Summer of David Popovici
Gold medals, records, fame and other stories from the summer of a teenager who became the fastest swimmer of all time.
(Updated) The Future of DoR: We’ll Stop Publishing at the End of 2022
We are going through a crisis, by far the most complex we've ever been through. This summer we're downsizing our team and activity to be able to tell the stories we plan to tell by the end of the year.
“Slavery may have ended 166 years ago, but I can still see the hatred today.”
A young Roma woman wrote a play about slavery to show her peers their history because if you hear your own story, you feel it.
The flip side of medals: The line between tough coaching and abuse was blurred in Romanian gymnastics
For over 40 years, during the golden age of Romanian gymnastics, we celebrated the medals won by child-gymnasts and looked away from their pain, fears and sufferings. What if we listened to them more carefully?
Something to Last Forever
In the Popa family, Sorin is the father, Loredana is the mother, and Huntington is the genetic disease that irreversibly changed their lives.
Simona Halep, a point by point champion
How Simona Halep found the balance she needed to shine on the court.