Latest examples of data journalism and interactive digital storytelling from the ICIJ.
In the first installment of this multi-part video series, ICIJ’s training manager Jelena Cosic walks through the basics of how to search through more than 800,000 offshore entities from the Pandora Papers, Panama Papers and more.
What is the Uber Files? Who was in the leak? Who is the source of the data? What do the Uber Files reveal and why does the investigation matter? We answer common questions ICIJ has been getting from readers in this FAQ.
ICIJ has curated a special email series to guide readers through the key findings of the biggest offshore financial investigation in history.
Working with ICIJ's award-winning Datashare team, the new Neo4j fellow will explore ways to present data and find efficient ways to connect the dots.
A magic pill, a mysterious hard drive, a masterful data and tech team — the database was the result of tense decisions, a bit of luck and a lot of work.
The Offshore Leaks Database spans five different leaks, and now includes information on offshore companies, foundations and trusts from seven offshore service providers from ICIJ’s latest investigation on the use of tax havens.
What’s an oligarch? How do sanctions work? What have ICIJ investigations revealed about Vladimir Putin and his money? We answer frequently asked questions about Russia and offshore finance.
The Offshore Leaks Database spotlights vital new information on the covert financial activities of oligarchs, bankers and politicians as waves of Western sanctions target Putin loyalists.
A new chapter of ICIJ’s investigation on the largest-ever leak of offshore records show how figures close to Vladimir Putin dodge sanctions, maneuver vast wealth, and scoop up luxury assets with the help of Western enablers.
ICIJ and its partners endeavour to publish a selection of documents from the Pandora Papers leak alongside investigative stories wherever possible.
With the addition of more than 15,000 companies, foundations and trusts, ICIJ’s Offshore Leaks database now has information on more than 800,000 entities registered in secrecy jurisdictions coming from five different investigations.
Highlighting and visualizing a selection of the key data points found in the leak of more than 11.9 million files.
ICIJ’s managing editor offers a look into what it took, and felt like, to produce the groundbreaking Pandora Papers and tame a monster.
Will ICIJ publish the Pandora Papers data? What's the difference between Pandora and Panama Papers? We answer some of the most frequently-asked questions about our investigation.
The Pandora Papers’s 11.9 million records arrived from 14 different offshore services firms in a jumble of files and formats – even ink-on-paper – presenting a massive data-management challenge
Meet team member Pierre Romera, who oversees ICIJ's technology and security and ensures our data is kept safe and our global network of reporters have all the tools they need to thrive.
Taking good care of data requires time and money, but the loss of irreplaceable work can come at a higher cost. Here are a few basic tips for journalists to improve personal archiving practices.
ICIJ's editors share reflections from behind the scenes of two award-winning investigations.
ICIJ partners who exposed major financial crimes are eager to see whether new measures in the country are more than cosmetic changes to gain the international community’s approval.
Groundbreaking journalism like the Panama Papers and FinCEN Files investigations wouldn’t be possible without creating our own cutting edge technology.
In this month's Meet the Investigators, Barbara Maseda tells of the challenges of finding data and documents in Cuba, a country where journalists are threatened and harassed and where information is kept hidden away.
ICIJ partners have had to innovate and adapt how they uncover critical information on the crisis, while calling for more government transparency.
Syed Nazakat operates India’s first data-driven website dedicated to healthcare reporting, where he and his team have been on the frontline of reporting on COVID-19.
Combining public data with leaked FinCEN reports, ICIJ’s data team plotted a matrix of shadowy straw men who filed false accounts worth more than $4.5 billion.
ICIJ's innovative open-source research platform gained a host of new features in 2020 — and will continue to evolve throughout the year ahead.