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China's elite linked to secret offshore entities

xi jinpingICIJ has today published the latest part of the largest investigative reporting project in its 15-year history – revealing that close relatives of China’s top leaders have held secretive entities in offshore tax havens usually associated with hidden wealth.
Investigative firepower

ICIJ announces new Research Editor

Margot WilliamsMargot Williams will take on the role of setting up and operating a research desk and data library that will be a go-to resource for ICIJ reporters and our institutional members worldwide.
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Become ICIJ's first Investigative Journalism Fellow

washington dcAustralian journalists can apply now to spend 10 months with the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists in 2014, honing your cross-border investigative reporting skills.
Offshore Leaks data revealed

ICIJ database cracks open secret world

icij offshore leaks databaseOur web app allows the public to search more than 100,000 secret companies, trusts and funds created in offshore locales such as the British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Cook Islands and Singapore.
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How ICIJ chose our offshore reporting partners

offshoreleaksAt ICIJ we collaborate on “deep dive” stories that cross borders, then release our findings to media partners without cost. Here's how we choose which reporters to work with, and the organizations to publish the finished work.
Impact

How Investigative Journalism Produces Results

There were several important developments in recent days linked to our exposure of the international trade in human tissues. Here's how investigative reporters can work together to produce better journalism and effect change.
We're expanding

ICIJ Welcomes Four New Members

They are four independent investigative journalists in three continents, all women, doing the painstaking, unglamorous and often dangerous work of following the paper trails, finding the patterns and asking the questions others ignore.
We're expanding

International Consortium Adds 41 Investigative Journalists

The Center's International Consortium of Investigative Journalists has added 41 new members to its roster, expanding the network’s reach to 158 news professionals working on an array of media platforms in 61 countries. ICIJ is a global network of reporters who collaborate on in-depth, cross-border stories and is a project of the Center for Public Integrity.

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