ICIJ Members

Panama Papers was 'simply too big for one news outlet'
Simon Bowers · April 18, 2019

Three years ago, German investigative journalists Bastian Obermayer and Frederik Obermaier received a record-breaking trove of leaked data from a source going by the pseudonym John Doe.

How Panama Papers changed South Korea
Scilla Alecci · April 12, 2019

We speak with Newstapa’s Boyoung Lim from South Korea about how the Panama Papers affected South Korea.

Panama Papers helps recover more than $1.2 billion around the world
Douglas Dalby and Amy Wilson-Chapman · April 3, 2019

More than $1.2 billion has been publicly collected by governments around the world after the 2016 investigation, the Panama Papers.

‘Sometimes the back door will get you there faster’: Reporting on the Implant Files
Martha M. Hamilton · March 12, 2019

Meet ICIJ’s Norwegian member Nina Selbo Torset who believes in saying yes to opportunities that pull you out of your comfort zone — and of checking the back door when other doors are closed.

Troika Laundromat reveals Russian bank’s $8.8b offshore scheme
Will Fitzgibbon · March 4, 2019

Politicians, criminals and members of the Russian elite, including President Vladimir Putin’s friend, funneled billions of dollars through a hidden banking network, a new investigation found.

How a women-led news organization is holding the powerful to account in Brazil
Sasha Chavkin · February 11, 2019

Brazil’s Natalia Viana co-founded Agência Pública, a women-led investigative news outlet that focuses on human rights, gender equality and abuses of corporate and government power.

Journalist flees Nicaragua but vows to continue reporting
Sasha Chavkin · January 23, 2019

ICIJ member Carlos Fernando Chamorro has fled Nicaragua amid a series of escalating attacks against his newsroom by the Ortega regime.

ICIJ honors former investigative journalists for their contribution to global watchdog reporting
Titus Plattner · January 21, 2019

Several of the world’s top investigative journalists have been honored for their contributions to ground-breaking reporting in a new alumni membership category created by the ICIJ.

Turkish Journalist Sentenced To Prison Over Paradise Papers’ Investigation
Fergus Shiel · January 8, 2019

An Istanbul court has sentenced ICIJ member Pelin Ünker to imprisonment for 13 months after being found to have defamed her nation’s former prime minister and two of his sons.

A reporting lesson: ‘Take a chance and show up’
Scilla Alecci · January 7, 2019

Journalist Scilla Alecci went to India to report on Medtronic for the Implant Files and despite monsoon conditions, she makes some interesting discoveries.