The Global Muckraker
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.

Learn To Build News Apps
ICIJ · May 9, 2012

Want to learn how to work with structured data in your investigations? The Poynter Institute is again holding their Building News Applications with Data four-day seminar, in partnership with Investigative Reporters and Editors (IRE), from June 7 – 10.

Tax Havens: the Good, the Bad and the Ugly
Michael Hudson · May 7, 2012

The layers of secrecy linked to offshore tax havens is helping corruption “on a massive scale”. We’re taking a hard look.

Interviews With Two ICIJ Greats
Gerard Ryle · April 25, 2012

Investigating Power is a new online multimedia project from ICIJ founder Chuck Lewis, reporting on and interviewing some of America’s best journalists about the craft of investigative journalism – including ICIJ’s very own Bill Kovach and Florence Graves.

Why I care about a bony fish with oddly shaped fins
Mort Rosenblum · April 22, 2012

Looting the Seas III project manager Mort Rosenblum talks about his experience reporting the story for ICIJ and BBC World News with a multi-country team.

‘Open up as much dialogue with reporters in other countries as possible’
Paul Cristian Radu · April 19, 2012

Paul Radu shares how he tracks down the money across borders.

Finding the victims of surveillance
Fredrik Laurin · April 18, 2012

Behind the groundbreaking expose by Swedish ICIJ members Sven Bergman, Joachim Dyfvermark and Fredrik Laurin on the cooperation between Swedish-Finnish telecommunications company Teliasonera and oppressive regimes in Belarus, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan.