Karlijn Kuijpers, a freelance investigative journalist in the Netherlands, talks about her reporting that has taken a detailed look at the impact of corporate behavior — and it has made uncomfortable reading for some in her home country.
The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists has expanded its global membership with new journalist members in Panama, Tunisia, Ghana, Senegal and Nepal, growing the network to 249 reporters in more than 90 countries.
When the Panama Papers broke in Ecuador, then president Rafael Correa encouraged the public to find the reporters and force them to hand over the documents.
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.
Here are the top findings and cartoons from the first investigation, dubbed NepaLeaks, into how money moves from Nepal offshore.
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.
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.
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.