The Global Muckraker
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.

5 tips for investigating the mining industry
Marina Walker Guevara · April 15, 2012

With controversial mining company Renco Group again in the news, here are a few tips on investigating the mining industry I shared at the recent annual conference of the Colombian journalism group Consejo de Redacción in Bogotá.

‘Be annoying, and don’t give up’
Bill Birnbauer · March 31, 2012

Bill Birnbauer shares the methodology and techniques which have served him best as an investigative journalist.

I scooped Julian Assange, now I’m on his enemy list
Yossi Melman · March 26, 2012

A few weeks ago I awoke to find out that from a professional journalist I had overnight turned into an “information mule”.

A St Patrick’s Day prank on Irish investigative journalism
Sam Smyth · March 21, 2012

Ireland’s most powerful politician and one of its wealthiest oligarchs were ringing the New York Stock Exchange bell on Ireland Day, the…

Back to the future at #nicar12
Mar Cabra · March 10, 2012

Going to the IRE-NICAR conference is like traveling to the future for me. Not only because I advance my skills in computer-assisted reporting, but…

Against All Spanish Odds
Mar Cabra · March 6, 2012

‘Spain is different’ has been the tourism slogan for the Southwestern European country for years, since dictator Francisco Franco’s regime used it…

International Consortium Adds 41 Investigative Journalists
Gerard Ryle · December 20, 2011

The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists has added 41 new members to its roster, expanding the network’s reach to 158 news professionals…