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ICIJ member Golden Matonga shares stories of exposing government corruption and doing his part to ensure democracy endures in Malawi.
In the first installment of this multi-part video series, ICIJ’s training manager Jelena Cosic walks through the basics of how to search through more than 800,000 offshore entities from the Pandora Papers, Panama Papers and more.
ICIJ is one of three finalists for the global award, which honors individuals and organizations that fight corruption and uphold human rights.
ICIJ’s reporting partners in 29 countries investigated the ride-hailing giant’s aggressive tactics to expand into international markets based on a massive leak of internal records.
What is the Uber Files? Who was in the leak? Who is the source of the data? What do the Uber Files reveal and why does the investigation matter? We answer common questions ICIJ has been getting from readers in this FAQ.
ICIJ’s latest investigation exposes how a massive lobbying machine paved the tech giant’s road to global domination.
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.
ICIJ has curated a special email series to guide readers through the key findings of the biggest offshore financial investigation in history.
In this month's Meet the Investigators podcast, Nobel Peace Prize-winning reporter and press freedom advocate Maria Ressa speaks about her career, about journalism and democracy, and about having courage in the face of constant intimidation.
This World Press Freedom Day, ICIJ speaks to our Ukrainian reporting partners about how their lives and work have changed since Russia’s invasion.
Roman Anin shares his journey to investigative journalism, and talks about the dangers of working as a reporter in Russia, the challenge of holding powerful people accountable in the face of constant threats.
In this month's episode of Meet the Investigators, we speak with Namini Wijedasa, deputy editor of investigations at The Sunday Times in Sri Lanka.
The telecommunications company released a statement in response to media inquiries today.
Q&A: Despite facing constant harassment, threats and opposition, pioneering journalist Gwen Lister tells ICIJ that she never lost sight of her mission as an “activist journalist.”
For our first episode of Meet the Investigators for 2022, we're taking you back to the beginnings with Colombian reporter Maria Teresa Ronderos, who worked on ICIJ's first investigations 20 years ago, and describes collaborative investigations as like being addicted to "really good ice cream."
Investigative reporters took great personal risk to expose the hidden financial activities of powerful figures and businesses in the region.
ICIJ’s reporting partners ignited a firestorm of fallout in the region by exposing the offshore dealings of presidents, elites and people accused of high-profile corruption.
ICIJ partners in the region endured surveillance, raids, exile, smear campaigns by top politicians, laws targeting independent media and more.
From reporting through a pandemic, to working hand-in-hand with some of the world's best journalists, four ICIJ media partners share their reflections on the Pandora Papers collaboration.
ICIJ’s managing editor offers a look into what it took, and felt like, to produce the groundbreaking Pandora Papers and tame a monster.
Will ICIJ publish the Pandora Papers data? What's the difference between Pandora and Panama Papers? We answer some of the most frequently-asked questions about our investigation.
ICIJ's 2021 investigation, the Pandora Papers, reveals how the offshore money machine operates in every corner of the planet, including the world’s largest democracies.
The Pandora Papers reveal the inner workings of a shadow economy that benefits the wealthy and well-connected at the expense of everyone else.
ICIJ’s largest-ever investigation on the offshore world unlocks financial secrets of politicians, billionaires and the global elite
The film follows news outlet Khabar Lahariya as its team of female reporters investigate patriarchal abuse, government corruption, rape culture and Hindu extremism.