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The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists envisions a world free from corruption, injustice and inequality.

Our mission is to show people how the world really works through stories that rock the world; forcing positive change.

We are a 100% donor-supported independent, investigative news organization that believes truth and transparency are the foundations of a democratic society.
For more than a quarter century, ICIJ has repeatedly conducted journalistic collaborations so big, so visionary and so aspirational that they are unlike any others in history. Our award-winning investigations like Pandora Papers, Panama Papers, and FinCEN Files have sparked public protests, police raids and government inquiries, and have prompted sweeping legal reform in dozens of countries around the world.
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