The Global Muckraker
How We Found Oscar’s Story
Ana Arana · May 30, 2012

ICIJ member Ana Arana talks about the reporting process behind the six-month investigation about a Guatemalan tragedy published by ProPublica, Fundacion MEPI and…

It Pays To Look Beyond So-Called ‘Experts’ in the Field
Jenny Nordberg · May 29, 2012

Jenny Nordberg discusses how she applies knowledge of human behavior to her interviews.

India’s Military Officials Profit from Land Scam
Syed Nazakat · May 23, 2012

ICIJ member Syed Nazakat reveals how India’s defence ministry has lost over 12,300 acres to land sharks – and military officials.

‘Know Who You’re Working For and Why You’re Working’
ICIJ · May 21, 2012

Carlos Eduardo Huertas, investigations editor at Colombia’s Semana magazine, talks about the traits of a good investigative journalist, and why it is…

‘Hay Que Tener Claro Para Quién Se Trabaja y Por Qué Se Trabaja’
ICIJ · May 21, 2012

El periodista colombiano Carlos Eduardo Huertas habla sobre las características de un buen investigador, su experiencia con Wikileaks y por qué apostar a los grandes temas – y perserverar en ellos – vale la pena.

Reber Joins CIR as Senior Editor
ICIJ · May 15, 2012

ICIJ member Susanne Reber has been named senior coordinating editor for multiplatform projects and investigations at the Center for Investigative Reporting. Reber left…

Criminal Justice, Italian-Style
Leo Sisti · May 15, 2012

Leo Sisti’s new book delves into the mysteries of Italian criminal trials and finds that 23 years after the new code of criminal procedure was enforced, the result has been disastrous.

An Exceptionally Brave Journalist
Drew Sullivan · May 14, 2012

When you report on crime and corruption in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Republics, you can expect to get your fair…

How To Be a Great Investigative Journalist
Phillip Knightley · May 9, 2012

The first thing to keep in mind about investigative journalism is that it’s not glamorous. (We can blame television with its “undercover” reporters and “hidden cameras” for this mistaken image.) It’s actually hard, and often boring work.