Inside ICIJ

Uganda, Mauritius, and Kenya: What’s life like as a reporter?
Zshekinah Collier · July 25, 2019

We spoke with three of our partners from Uganda, Kenya and Mauritius about what press freedom was like at home – and the challenges they overcome.

ICIJ Publishes List of Mauritian Companies Used by Conyers’ Corporate Clients
Delphine Reuter · July 23, 2019

Explore the details of more than 200 companies from Mauritius Leaks including Whirlpool, Total S.A. and Mayo Clinic.

Behind the scenes of the Bribery Division
Emilia Díaz-Struck and Sasha Chavkin · July 3, 2019

We are often asked how cross-border investigations like the Bribery Division come about. Here we explain how it all happens.

Join ICIJ Insiders today and help ‘speak truth to power’
Vanessa Chebli and Caitlin Ginley Sigal · June 7, 2019

One year after we launched ICIJ Insiders, we’re sharing some of the reasons readers support our work.

Seeing the bigger picture: ICIJ’s new training manager on arms trades, press freedom and investigative journalism
Douglas Dalby · June 4, 2019

ICIJ’s new training manager Jelena Cosic recalls being part of a major weapons trade investigation that reaffirmed her view that there’s no such thing as a victimless crime.

Lessons from Inside the Implant Files
Ben Hallman and Emilia Díaz-Struck · May 6, 2019

We only scratched the surface when it came to analyzing medical device data. We want other journalists to build on our reporting. Here are some lessons we learned along the way.

Standing Together for Press Freedom
Scilla Alecci and Gerard Ryle · May 3, 2019

On World Press Freedom Day 2019, the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists director Gerard Ryle talks about the importance of press freedom.

ICIJ adds 18 new journalist members across 5 continents
Minna Knus-Galán, Titus Plattner and Bill Birnbauer · April 29, 2019

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.

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.