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  1. Carla Minet, Puerto Rico, is a journalist and executive director of the Center for Investigative Journalism in Puerto Rico. Read complete profile »
  2. Thomas Maier, United States, is an award-winning author and investigative journalist for Newsday in New York.

    He won the 2002 ICIJ Award for Outstanding International Investigative Reporting for his investigation into the plight of America’s immigrant workers.

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  3. Carlos Marín, Mexico, is editorial director of Milenio, a new independent newspaper based in Mexico City.

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  4. William Marsden, Canada, is an investigative reporter and assistant city editor for The Gazette, Montreal's leading English-language daily.

    In 30 years with the paper, Marsden has directed its investigative team as well as conducted in-depth investigations into political corruption, white-collar crime, organized crime, and Canada’s underground economy.

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  5. Georg Mascolo, Germany,  started working for the Spiegel Group back in 1988. He reported and produced features and documentaries for Spiegel-TV, particularly covering the fall of the Berlin Wall and the subsequent reunification of Germany. 

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  6. Jan Mayman, Australia, an independent journalist based in Perth, has been an investigative reporter in Australia and the United Kingdom for over 20 years.

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  7. Andrew McIntosh, Canada-USA, is investigations editor for QMI News Agency, a national news service of Quebecor Media, which publishes 28 daily newspapers in English and French Canada.

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  8. Yossi Melman, Israel,  is one of his country's leading investigative reporters, as well as a feature writer and intelligence commentator for Walla, Israel's largest news website, which he joined in 2012. Until then he covered the same topics for 27 years for the daily Ha'aretz newspaper.

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  9. Adrian Mogos, Romania, is currently the head of investigations at the Bucharest daily newspaper Jurnalul National.

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  10. Goenawan Mohamad, Indonesia, is founder and editor of Tempo magazine, Indonesia's most-respected newsmagazine. It was banned by the Suharto government in 1994 after publishing details of the government’s purchase of aging East German destroyers, a confidential subject of dispute among Suharto’s cabinet members. In 1995, Mohamad founded the Institute for the Studies on Free Flow of Information (ISAI) which produced alternative media intended to circumvent censorship.

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  11. Musikilu Mojeed, Nigeria, is an award-winning investigative journalist and Managing Editor at Nigeria's multimedia newspaper, Premium Times. He was until 2011 Investigative Editor at Nigeria’s NEXT newspaper where he directed the groundbreaking investigative work of that newspaper. He also coordinated the paper's WikiLeaks coverage.

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  12. Michael Montgomery, United States, is a California-based reporter and broadcast producer for The Center for Investigative Reporting. He also is a special correspondent for KQED Public Radio and contributing producer at American RadioWorks. A veteran of radio, television and newspapers, Michael reports extensively on criminal justice and prisons, vulnerable and exploited populations, and the underground economy.

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  13. Metin Munir, Turkey, is a regular contributor to the Financial Times and Euromoney, a European financial magazine.

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  14. Mihai Munteanu, Romania, is reporter-at-large for the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project and co-founder of the RISE Project.

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  15. Marcel Metze, The Netherlands, is the author of in-depth journalistic books and the editor-in-chief of De Onderzoeksredactie (The Investigative Desk), a non-profit organization for research journalism, started in March 2014. 

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  16. Serge Michel, France and Switzerland, is reporter at large at Le Monde, in Paris. He has worked as a journalist in Switzerland, Iran, Africa and the Balkans. He won the Albert Londres Prize in 2001, France's most prestigious journalistic award, for his work in Iran. He’s the founder of the Bondy Blog, a “citizen journalism” website written from within the volatile French suburbs.

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  17. Ginna Morelo, Colombia, is an investigative journalist, editor for El Tiempo’s Data Unit, and a professor of journalism and general coordinator for the Consejo de Redacción (CdR), an organization that promotes investigative journalism in Colombia.

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  18. Paul Myers, Britain, is an internet research specialist working in the U.K. media.

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