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Watch: Gerard Ryle on cross-border journalism at the Nobel Peace Center

The Nobel Peace Center hosted ICIJ Director Gerard Ryle alongside Norwegian ICIJ member Per Anders Johansen for a discussion about the Pandora Papers, Panama Papers, and coordinating huge global investigations.

When Gerard Ryle came to the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists more than 10 years ago, the organization was a group of about three people in a basement-style office in Washington, D.C., using freelancers to report and its network of members to help publish stories.

Over the past decade, ICIJ has become a world leader in innovative cross-border journalism, and has built a reputation for bringing together the world’s best journalists for the biggest collaborative investigations in history.

The Nobel Peace Center in Oslo, Norway, recently hosted ICIJ Director Gerard Ryle alongside Norwegian ICIJ member Per Anders Johansen for a discussion about the Pandora Papers, Panama Papers, and exactly what it takes to pull off massive cross-border investigations at a global scale.

You can also listen a recording of the talk on Spotify.

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