ICIJ media partners investigated honorary consuls tied to their countries, unearthing cases of wrongdoing by the part-time diplomats and a critical lack of government oversight.
The Shadow Diplomats investigation identified at least 500 current and former honorary consuls who have been accused of crimes or embroiled in controversies including drug and weapons trafficking, murder, fraud and terror financing.
From learning top security tips to reinvigorating a passion for ICIJ’s model for investigating global stories, some of the staff’s newest faces reflect on our news organization’s first face-to-face gathering in three years.
ICIJ is one of three finalists for the global award, which honors individuals and organizations that fight corruption and uphold human rights.
ICIJ’s reporting partners in 29 countries investigated the ride-hailing giant’s aggressive tactics to expand into international markets based on a massive leak of internal records.
With a bold new logo and a reinvigorated focus on innovative, technology-led journalism, ICIJ plans to broaden its network and its storytelling to new frontiers.
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.
ICIJ, together with 30 media partners in 22 countries, spent months investigating leaked Ericsson documents that detail alleged corrupt practices in 15 countries, including in Iraq where the Swedish telecom giant may have made payments to ISIS.
In our latest episode of Meet the Investigators, we speak with ICIJ member Malek Khadhraoui about the founding of the mission-driven Tunisian investigative outlet Inkyfada, and its innovative business model.
Investigative reporters took great personal risk to expose the hidden financial activities of powerful figures and businesses in the region.
ICIJ’s reporting partners ignited a firestorm of fallout in the region by exposing the offshore dealings of presidents, elites and people accused of high-profile corruption.
By exposing the offshore dealings of elites from every corner of the continent, ICIJ’s largest ever investigation has roiled the region and sparked a dramatic response.
ICIJ’s partners in the region investigated the offshore dealings of government officials, contracts, royals, business tycoons and more.
ICIJ’s partners in the region investigated celebrities, business magnates, billionaires, alleged arms dealing and more across borders.
ICIJ’s partners in the region investigated the offshore dealings of hundreds of prominent figures, including politicians, billionaires, and powerful business people.
In ICIJ’s largest-ever collaboration on the continent, African journalists investigated offshore dealings linked to prominent political figures, mining deals, business tycoons and more.
More than 600 reporters from 150 media outlets collaborated on the Pandora Papers investigations. Explore hundreds of their stories from all over the world.
At more than 600 journalists from 150 media outlets reaching 117 countries, the Pandora Papers has been ICIJ's biggest collaboration to date.
The global exposé by ICIJ and BuzzFeed News revealed how a broken U.S.-led enforcement system allows banks to continue to profit from moving trillions in dirty money.
ICIJ’s massive cross-border investigation remains an influence — and a catchphrase — in politics, business, academia and pop culture, half a decade on.
The WIN WIN Gothenburg Sustainability Award recognized five anti-corruption champions from around the world in its shortlist for the 2021 prize.
FinCEN Files shows the role of U.S.-based correspondent banks in facilitating the global flow of dirty money.
More than 400 reporters from 88 countries came together to investigate the FinCEN Files. This is how it happened.
Zea talks about her dogged journalism that resulted in protests and investigations in this month's ‘Meet the Investigators' podcast.
What Maud Beelman learned as a war correspondent became the heart of all future ICIJ investigations – after she took the helm as the organization's first director.