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.
Jan Strozyk believes can achieve more if you are good at several disciplines - rather than just one. It’s a philosophy he’s taken into the newsroom
Here’s GIJN's pocket-guide to five investigations whose financial impact is quantifiably great.
How do you tackle some of history’s largest data leaks? ICIJ's data journalists, gurus and programmers share the secrets of their digital toolbelts.
ICIJ relies on PGP encryption every day, so we've been watching the EFAIL vulnerabilities debate closely. Is PGP dead? We don't think so.
Here’s how we make digging through gigantic amounts of data more efficient.
ICIJ’s pioneering Datashare project will radically reshape the way journalists collaborate across the world.
The story of Hungary's latest Prime Minister Viktor Orban is a media story. His rise was built on it. His consolidated power rests on it.
It's not just big news organizations that benefit from working on cross-border collaborations like the Paradise Papers. Our Beirut-based partner explains.
ICIJ’s Thai member Prangtip Daoreung believes the best way to fight for press freedom is to work collaboratively, across borders.
For Burkina Faso reporter Yacouba Ladji Bama working on a collaborative, global project has some unique challenges with internet and phone reception less than perfect.
New data from the Paradise Papers will allow you to explore more information on companies registered in the Cook Islands, Samoa and Malta.
Here are five of the most commonly, easy-to-use, recommended security tools to keep your work, and your sources, safe.
New York Times reporter Mike Forsythe reveals what it's like to work on a global investigation like the Paradise Papers.
At the 2018 Golden Globes ceremony, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced two grants of $1 million each to ICIJ and the Committee To Protect Journalists.
ICIJ just received a $1 million donation from the Hollywood Foreign Press Association at the 2018 Golden Globes. But, who are we?
ICIJ has joined forces with several foundations and is asking the public to join a national day of giving.
Vice came behind the scenes with ICIJ from day-one of the Paradise Papers investigation.
Receiving "threatening" legal letters is a "normal part of the investigative process," according to ICIJ's deputy director Marina Walker Guevara.
Come meet Bob and learn how some global companies dodge taxes, as we resurface our favorite LuxLeaks video for #ThrowbackThursday.
The Panama Papers has been dubbed a 'notable security success' for its easy-to-use tools and firm security instructions.
ICIJ and Populate, with support from the Pulitzer Center, sought to create a game that would help players understand the scale and impact of offshore financial secrecy in Africa.
The anonymous whistleblower behind the Panama Papers has conditionally offered to make the documents available to government authorities.
If you think that authorities have more important things to do than investigate the source of leaks, think again.
Are we living in a Golden Age of investigative journalism? The answer depends on who you ask, and where they've come from.