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Honorary consuls around the world have repeatedly exploited their status to enrich themselves, evade law enforcement or advance political agendas.
From learning top security tips to reinvigorating a passion for ICIJ’s model for investigating global stories, some of the staff’s newest faces reflect on our news organization’s first face-to-face gathering in three years.
As you read through our 2021 report, you will see that success at ICIJ was achieved on many different levels.
With a bold new logo and a reinvigorated focus on innovative, technology-led journalism, ICIJ plans to broaden its network and its storytelling to new frontiers.
New committee members to continue the expansion of the consortium, after more than 70 journalists added to the network over the past five years.
ICIJ’s largest-ever investigation on the offshore world unlocks financial secrets of politicians, billionaires and the global elite
Meet team member Pierre Romera, who oversees ICIJ's technology and security and ensures our data is kept safe and our global network of reporters have all the tools they need to thrive.
Jeffrey Woolverton brings nearly 20 years of experience in fundraising and nonprofit management, and says he is "thrilled to help ICIJ expand its philanthropic support and strategically grow our impact."
Meet team member Jelena Cosic, who provides training support to more than 500 reporters working on ICIJ’s investigations and using our signature platforms.
The new members have worked on several recent ICIJ projects, and boost the consortium's global coverage with the addition of five new countries.
We’ve been humbled and impressed by the responses to our recent reader survey, which will help us explore new ways we can engage with our audience, and make sure all our supporters feel valued.
Please let us know what you think of ICIJ, and help us better understand how we can ensure our work is worthy of your support.
ICIJ’s Cairo-based investigative reporter Maggie Michael talks about the challenges of unearthing secrets and atrocities in a region where threats to press freedom abound.
To mark the investigation's fifth anniversary, a panel of award-winning journalists and a documentary filmmaker share the inside story of the making of the Panama Papers, and all that has happened since.
Our model of collaborative journalism was uniquely placed to circumvent the reporting obstacles imposed by a global pandemic and publish Luanda Leaks and FinCEN Files, two groundbreaking investigations.
Thanks to NewsMatch, donations to ICIJ will be doubled through the end of the year, and will support the world’s best network of reporters.
Find FinCEN Files stories from your country, and in your language.
A massive global research effort for FinCEN Files turned secret records into usable information exposing the futility of U.S.-led anti-money laundering efforts.
An ICIJ member since 2001, Dutch investigative journalist Joop Bouma knows about the power of collaborations – we spoke with him as he wrapped up a career spanning more than 45 years.
Aidila Razak explains how her team re-told a critical moment in their nation’s past that sparked conversations between generations.
DatashareNetwork, developed by ICIJ and Swiss university EPFL, will allow reporters around the world to securely search one another's documents.
“I believe ICIJ can become the pre-eminent investigative journalism organization in the world,” ICIJ Chairperson Rhona Murphy said.
Journalists reporting on the coronavirus from Hungary to Chile are not only faced with the risk of contagion. They share their stories.
We asked our global network of reporters to share with you the unvarnished realities of their lives to mark World Press Freedom Day 2020.