Accountability

The Daphne Project: ‘Her voice will not be silenced’
Will Fitzgibbon · April 17, 2018

When anti-corruption journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia was killed in a car bombing in Malta last year, the investigations she was working on came to a sudden halt. Until now.

ICIJ’s Paradise Papers wins award for innovation in watchdog journalism
ICIJ · April 9, 2018

The Paradise Papers investigation has been honored with a top prize at the IRE Awards, an international award for investigative reporting and editing.

The biggest change after the Panama Papers? The one inside people’s heads
Will Fitzgibbon · April 3, 2018

Two years after the Panama Papers was first published, journalists look back on the project through different lenses, but taken together, they reflect a world in flux.

Zimbabwe’s list of alleged offshore offenders includes Panama Papers shell companies
Will Fitzgibbon · March 26, 2018

Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa says there is still $826 million stashed offshore, as the country names and shames those it believes illegally transferred money abroad.

After Panama Papers, Indonesia urges beneficial owners to come out of hiding
Scilla Alecci · March 19, 2018

Indonesia has beefed up corporate transparency and will require all companies to regularly disclose their true, beneficial owners – not just their legal representatives – to authorities.

Paradise Papers helps reveal Illinois governor candidate’s offshore connections
Spencer Woodman · March 15, 2018

Chicago Tribune reporters used ICIJ’s data to debunk claims by Democratic governor candidate J.B. Pritzker.

Bahamas, US Virgin Islands and St. Kitts and Nevis added to EU blacklist
Cecile S. Gallego · March 15, 2018

Three major offshore hubs in the Caribbean have been added to the EU’s tax haven blacklist.

‘The world has changed’: Europe targets advisers, accountants, lawyers with new tax rules
Will Fitzgibbon · March 14, 2018

The masterminds who promote and sell tax avoidance are under fresh scrutiny in the wake of the Paradise Papers and Panama Papers.

‘I am still in shock’: Journalists flee Venezuela to publish ongoing investigation, amid legal threats
Sasha Chavkin · February 9, 2018

ICIJ members and colleagues forced to leave home after revealing questionable dealings in a government food program.

Through death threats and scare tactics, Honduran reporter ‘perseveres’
Sasha Chavkin · February 6, 2018

It’s not easy being a journalist in Honduras, where you can be captured by hooded men and face political pressure. But for ICIJ member Lourdes Ramirez that’s why she became a reporter in the first place.