Ritu Sarin describes her investigations of secret payments, hidden bank accounts and bugs planted in the Prime Minister's office - and explains why her gender never held her back as she rose to become a top editor in India.
A documentary by the Danish Broadcasting Corporation used hidden camera footage to reveal a leading bank advising clients to hide money in offshore tax havens.
Secret documents obtained by ICIJ's Lars Bove revealed that banking giant HSBC helped its clients escape millions of euros in taxes by hiding money in offshore havens.
Masters of Sex, a biography of pioneering sex researchers by ICIJ's Thomas Maier, recently premiered as a popular television drama. Maier shares his tips on converting in-depth reporting to the screen.
Bulgarian investigative journalist Alexenia Dimitrova reveals how she uses Freedom of Information laws in several countries to uncover secrets.
ICIJ's Blaz Zgaga investigated a massive arms selling scandal in Slovenia and turned the story into a best selling book trilogy.
A look at the data on ICIJ's 158 member journalists: which part of world they work in, where they work, and the gender ratio of our membership.
ICIJ member Ana Arana talks about the reporting process behind the six-month investigation about a Guatemalan tragedy published by ProPublica, Fundacion MEPI and This American Life.
Experts can be bought by powerful interests, which is why New York-based Jenny Nordberg has learned to look past their opinions when reporting.
Carlos Eduardo Huertas, investigations editor at Colombia’s Semana magazine, talks about the traits of a good investigative journalist, and why it is essential to stick on a story.
What do you consider some of the most important lessons you have learned over the years?
ICIJ member Susanne Reber has been named senior coordinating editor for multiplatform projects and investigations at the Center for Investigative Reporting. Reber left NPR last week where she had been deputy managing editor for investigations.
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