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  1. Lourdes Ramírez, Honduras, is an independent journalist and the director of the radio news program Café Informativo in the north of the country. She specializes in human rights issues, especially violence against women and vulnerable groups in conflict areas. Read complete profile »
  2. Martijn Roessingh, Netherlands, works as the assistant editor-in-chief for daily newspaper Trouw. Read complete profile »
  3. Iván Ruiz, Argentina, is an investigative journalist who has been with La Nación newspaper for the past decade. He is a political correspondent who runs data-based investigations with the award-winning La Nación DATA team. Read complete profile »
  4. Paul Radu, Romania, is the executive director of the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project and a co-creator of the Investigative Dashboard concept and RISE Project. Read complete profile »
  5. Ahmed Rashid, Pakistan, is the Pakistan, Afghanistan and Central Asia correspondent for the Far Eastern Economic Review and The Daily Telegraph of London.

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  6. Susanne Reber, USA, is the senior coordinating editor for multiplatform projects and investigations at the Center for Investigative Reporting.

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  7. Mabel Rehnfeldt, Paraguay, is an investigative reporter and editor at ABC Digital–ABC Color.

    Rehnfeldt has been an investigative reporter since 1991, uncovering cases of corruption and human rights violations in Paraguay. In 2007 and 2008 Rehnfeldt was a reporter on ICIJ’s Tobacco Underground project, following illicit tobacco networks from South America to Europe and Asia.

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  8. Gerardo Reyes, United States/Colombia, is the investigations editor for Univisión. Before he was a Miami-based Latin America correspondent and columnist for El Nuevo Herald, the Spanish-language sister publication of The Miami Herald.

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  9. Ernesto Rivera, Costa Rica, has been a staff writer for the investigative unit at La Nación in San Jose since 2000.

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  10. Fernando Rodrigues, Brazil, has been with the news portal UOL since the year 2000. UOL is a leading Internet portal in Brazil with a traffic of 35 million unique visitors.

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  11. María Teresa Ronderos, Colombia, is the founder and editor-in-chief of VerdadAbierta.com, a specialized site in the coverage of Colombia's armed conflict, which has received four national awards,

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  12. Rob Rose, South Africa, is an investigative journalist specializing in business corruption for South Africa's Sunday Times.

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  13. Gerard Ryle leads the ICIJ’s headquarters staff in Washington, D.C., as well as overseeing the consortium’s more than 190 member journalists in more than 65 countries. Before joining as the ICIJ’s first non-American director in September 2011, Ryle spent 26 years working as a reporter, investigative reporter and editor in Australia and Ireland, including two decades at The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age newspapers. He uncovered some of the biggest stories in Australian journalism, winning that country’s highest journalism award four times. He is a former deputy editor of The Canberra Times and a former Knight-Wallace Journalism Fellow at the University of Michigan. He is the author of a critically acclaimed book based on one of his former investigations, Firepower, and has contributed to two other books on journalism, published in the U.S. and Australia. Read complete profile »
  14. Leonarda Reyes, Mexico, is Executive Director of the Center for journalism and Public Ethics (CEPET) in Mexico, a non profit organization she founded to promote journalism in the country after seven decades of a single-party dictatorship rule and censorship.

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