Inside ICIJ

ICIJ welcomes three new board members
ICIJ · December 12, 2019

The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists is pleased to welcome three new members to its board of directors.

How independent news is ‘vital to democracy’
Caitlin Ginley Sigal · December 3, 2019

Why donate to ICIJ? ICIJ Insiders told us that they believe the work of ICIJ, and of investigative journalists, is needed more than ever.

Readers from 50 countries share medical implant stories
Amy Wilson-Chapman and Agustin Armendariz · November 16, 2019

ICIJ received more than 3,500 responses from people affected by the medical device industry in 50 countries, bringing to life the personal cost of implants that fail.

We need your support to keep reporting in 2020 and beyond
Caitlin Ginley Sigal and Vanessa Chebli · November 1, 2019

ICIJ is thrilled to take part in NewsMatch the national nonprofit news campaign that doubles gifts of up to $1,000 from individual donors until December 31.

Investigate the enablers, understand the science and more reporting tips from GIJC
Will Fitzgibbon and Scilla Alecci · October 15, 2019

The ICIJ team went to Hamburg to take part in a gathering of 1,700 investigative reporters. Here are some tips we picked up.

Come one, come all – we’re opening ICIJ Insiders up to every donor
Vanessa Chebli and Caitlin Ginley Sigal · October 8, 2019

The support of ICIJ Insiders helps us stay fearless and powerful, so we’re improving our membership program.

ICIJ’s Marina Walker Guevara recognized for outstanding commitment to journalism
Zshekinah Collier · October 3, 2019

Marina Walker Guevara says the key to successful investigations are deep trust, harnessing technology and working together.

Press Freedom Week highlights power of collaborative journalism
Caitlin Ginley Sigal · September 26, 2019

Journalists, advocates, lawyers and members of the public gathered in Los Angeles last week for the first-ever LA Press Freedom Week, to…

I wanted immigration detention complex blueprints, but all I got was a hefty legal letter.
Spencer Woodman · September 23, 2019

I wanted to shed light on the future use of solitary confinement, but instead, I got a hefty envelope from a private law firm.

Whistleblowers, covering Suharto and making stories ‘bullet-proof’: Meet Wahyu Dhyatmika
Scilla Alecci · September 10, 2019

Wahyu Dhyatmika has been writing stories for as long as he can remember and began working as a reporter in 1996 – when Indonesia was still under the dictatorship of the Suharto regime.