Investigative journalism

ICIJ publishes new investigation: the Implant Files
ICIJ · November 25, 2018

ICIJ partnered with more than 250 journalists in 36 countries to examine how devices are tested, approved, marketed and monitored.

Video: Why Join The Implant Files Investigation?
Razzan Nakhlawi · November 25, 2018

Reporters explain why they decided to investigate medical device harm with ICIJ reporters.

About The Implant Files Investigation
Fergus Shiel · November 25, 2018

The Implant Files is a global investigation that tracks the harm caused by medical devices that have been tested inadequately or not at all.

Want to change how investigative journalism is done in Africa?
Ntibinyane 'Alvin' Ntibinyane · October 23, 2018

Here are 14 suggests to ensure nonprofit investigative journalism continues to hold power to account in Africa.

Dangerous situations, collaboration and humility: Highlights from ‘Safeguarding the Truth’
Razzan Nakhlawi · October 18, 2018

From the power of working together through to protecting vulnerable reporters, here are some key takeaways from our recent panel discussion.

Defamation case could be a ‘killer’ for Namibia’s largest daily paper
Will Fitzgibbon · September 24, 2018

Namibia’s press freedom is at a crossroads as a lawyer fights Panama Papers coverage more than two years after the story was published.

Meet The Funders: What ICIJ’s readers think of our work
Caitlin Ginley Sigal · July 23, 2018

A recent survey of our readers has helped ICIJ understand how we’re doing, why our readers support us, and what we can do to better serve you.

How French journalists used the Offshore Leaks database to find local stories
Cecile S. Gallego · July 6, 2018

A collaborative investigation has exposed what they describe as “the banality” of tax evasion costing France millions of euros each year.

What our partners found in the new Panama Papers data
Will Fitzgibbon and Martha M. Hamilton · June 28, 2018

ICIJ partners from Latin America to Eastern Europe (and in between) have exposed a plethora of new abuses.

Swiss authorities propose major money-laundering law reforms
Martha M. Hamilton and Will Fitzgibbon · June 11, 2018

Switzerland’s federal government appears poised to crack down on money laundering in the wake of Panama Papers.