News from The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists
The ICIJ team is growing even more and we're excited to introduce Caitlin Ginley Sigal as our first grants manager.
These charts show which countries have the most wealth offshore and what that means for inequality.
Come meet Bob and learn how some global companies dodge taxes, as we resurface our favorite LuxLeaks video for #ThrowbackThursday.
ICIJ director Gerard Ryle discusses how to chose what to investigate with journalists from Australia, India and America.
The Panama Papers has been dubbed a 'notable security success' for its easy-to-use tools and firm security instructions.
We are proud to welcome Manuel Villa, who will spend six months helping ICIJ make sense of complex datasets and finding stories inside networks.
The Supreme Court of Pakistan has voted unanimously to disqualify Nawaz Sharif from the prime ministership and referred the case to the country's top anti-corruption authority.
ICIJ's reporter Sasha Chavkin takes you behind the scenes of the Evicted and Abandoned investigation in a podcast by ProPublica.
Hearings began on a case that may decide the fate of Nawaz Sharif, after a damning report into his family's links to the Panama Papers.
ICIJ is looking for an engineer to join its Data & Research Unit to work on a project to build a secure peer-to-peer data-sharing application.
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