Inside ICIJ

How Artificial Intelligence Can Help Us Crack More Panama Papers Stories
Marina Walker Guevara · March 25, 2019

A new partnership between journalists and machine learning scientists aims to enhance the investigative reporting process. Here’s what we learned so far.

Help us create our first ICIJ tote bag
Amy Wilson-Chapman · March 21, 2019

We are all about collaboration here at the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists. Even when it comes to swag.

Pitch and go global: What makes a great ICIJ investigation
Ben Hallman · March 7, 2019

Do you have a story with a cross-border potential and a clear public service imperative — or have a strong idea for a project that meets these tests – we want to hear from you.

Datashare: Help test and improve our latest journalism tool
Will Fitzgibbon · February 5, 2019

Our data team are looking for people to test our latest collaborative journalism tool: Datashare.

Meet the Funders: Six months and more than 1,000 ICIJ Insiders later…
Vanessa Chebli · January 9, 2019

We’ve been blown away by our readers’ support for our new membership program, so we thought we’d ask our Insiders why they choose to support ICIJ.

A reporting lesson: ‘Take a chance and show up’
Scilla Alecci · January 7, 2019

Journalist Scilla Alecci went to India to report on Medtronic for the Implant Files and despite monsoon conditions, she makes some interesting discoveries.

Support ICIJ today for another year of powerful, independent journalism
Caitlin Ginley Sigal · December 20, 2018

Can you help us create a world that is more transparent, accountable and fair?

How ICIJ Used Machine Learning Algorithms To Help Find Medical Device Issues
Emilia Díaz-Struck and Rigoberto Carvajal · December 19, 2018

Using algorithms and careful analysis, ICIJ screened millions of records and found cases where patients had died, but the incident hadn’t been reported as a death.

Investigative Reporting: Shoe-leather, data and empathy
Sasha Chavkin · December 10, 2018

For one reporter working on the Implant Files investigation, discovering the sisterhood – and the power – of women-led patient groups was an eye-opening experience.