Bulgarian investigative journalist Alexenia Dimitrova reveals how she uses Freedom of Information laws in several countries to uncover secrets.
Update October 8: Blaž Zgaga and Matej Surc have won the CEI SEEMO Award for Outstanding Merits in Investigative Journalism 2012 for their investigative work on arms dealing in former Yugoslavia in the 1990s, which led to the bestselling trilogy In the Name of the State. Read more about Creating an Investigative Reporting Best-Seller
ICIJ member Ana Arana talks about the reporting process behind the six-month investigation about a Guatemalan tragedy published by ProPublica, Fundacion MEPI and This American Life. Read more about How We Found Oscar's Story
Experts can be bought by powerful interests, which is why New York-based Jenny Nordberg has learned to look past their opinions when reporting. Read more about It Pays To Look Beyond So-Called ‘Experts’ in the Field
Carlos Eduardo Huertas, investigations editor at Colombia’s Semana magazine, talks about the traits of a good investigative journalist, and why it is essential to stick on a story.
What do you consider some of the most important lessons you have learned over the years? Read more about ‘Know Who You’re Working For and Why You’re Working’
Ireland’s most powerful politician and one of its wealthiest oligarchs were ringing the New York Stock Exchange bell on Ireland Day, the Monday after St Patrick’s Day. Read more about A St Patrick’s Day prank on Irish investigative journalism
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