News from The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists
From tax cheats to heated policy debates, 2015 has been a year of tax scandals, reforms and international agreements.
After years of delay, the bank is addressing sweeping failures in its oversight of projects that force people from their land or harm their livelihoods.
Azerbaijan is among a group of 50 countries with poor human rights records spending millions to push an agenda.
A recent global journalism conference highlighted an important new trend: expanding perspectives through transnational collaboration.
IKEA, Disney, Google and more faced questions from a committee setup to investigate tax rulings after ICIJ's Luxembourg Leaks investigation.
Protesters took to the streets to commemorate the launch of ICIJ's investigation into corporations slashing tax bills by billions.
Prosecutors opened the criminal trial of a former HSBC IT worker accused of theft, but the defendant refused to leave France to face charges.
Luxembourg Leaks, Swiss Leaks and Fatal Extraction investigations honored with 2015 EPPY awards.
Q & A: Jocelyn Zuckerman was stunned by the destruction to both the land and people's lives she saw while reporting on an Indonesian palm oil plantation.
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