At the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists we want to inspire and cultivate a global community of reporters and readers who believe journalism can bring about positive change.

ICIJ is a unique organization. A U.S.-based nonprofit, we are both a small, resourceful newsroom with our own reporting team, as well as a global network of reporters and media organizations who work together to investigate the most important stories in the world.

Our network of trusted members encompasses 267 of the best investigative reporters from 100 countries and territories. We also partner with more than 100 media organizations, from the world’s most renowned outlets, including the BBC, the New York Times, the Guardian and the Asahi Shimbun, to small regional nonprofit investigative centers.

Drawing on the expertise and reach of our network, we collaborate on groundbreaking investigations that expose the truth and hold the powerful accountable, while also adhering to the highest standards of fairness and accuracy.

The ICIJ core team is small, but ambitious. We want to empower our readers to engage with their local communities about issues of global importance, such as broken systems and abuses of power. And we want to do that by harnessing the enormous strength of our extensive network.

In addition to our U.S. staff, we have team members in Australia, France, Spain, Hungary, Serbia, Ireland and England.

We are passionate about the power of journalism and provide the tools and guidance needed to successfully pull off unprecedented reporting collaborations.

Over the years, ICIJ has released dozens of investigations – including the Pulitzer Prize-winning Panama Papers – and we have won many awards for our work.

ICIJ is fully funded by donations. You can read more about our supporters here, and explore the impact of our work here.

ICIJ encourages tips, leaks and story ideas from the public, whistleblowers, as well as from outstanding investigative journalists interested in collaborating with us. Please don’t hesitate to contact us with your ideas.

If you are a journalist and want to be considered for ICIJ membership please send us your CV and clips.

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ICIJ's community engagement editor Amy Wilson-Chapman
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ICIJ editor Ben Hallman
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ICIJ's grants manager Caitlin Ginley
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ICIJ editor Dean Starkman
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ICIJ editor Fergus Shiel
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ICIJ director Gerard Ryle
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ICIJ's CTO Pierre Romera
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ICIJ reporter Sasha Chavkin
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ICIJ reporter and Europe partnership coordinator Simon Bowers
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ICIJ reporter Spencer Woodman
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ICIJ staff member Will Fitzgibbon
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