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.
In this special edition of our podcast, we go behind the scenes of ICIJ’s investigation into the ride-hailing giant’s massive lobbying campaign during its rapid international expansion.
The Uber Files investigation reveals how the ride-hailing juggernaut would "embrace the chaos" as it stormed into new markets around the world, driven by assertive tactics and helped by powerful friends.
ICIJ has curated a special email series to guide readers through the key findings of the biggest offshore financial investigation in history.
This World Press Freedom Day, ICIJ speaks to our Ukrainian reporting partners about how their lives and work have changed since Russia’s invasion.
Journalists Maggie Michael, Amir Musawy and Delphine Reuter talk about the challenges of unpacking the Ericsson List leaked files, and finding sources willing to speak out about corruption, ISIS and the real, human cost of continuing to do business in a warzone.
The telecommunications company released a statement in response to media inquiries today.
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’s partners in the region investigated the offshore dealings of government officials, contracts, royals, business tycoons and more.
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.
At more than 600 journalists from 150 media outlets reaching 117 countries, the Pandora Papers has been ICIJ's biggest collaboration to date.
ICIJ member Roman Anin, founder of the investigative outlet, says his team will continue their work despite the legal assault, which he predicted would occur ahead of upcoming elections.
Taking good care of data requires time and money, but the loss of irreplaceable work can come at a higher cost. Here are a few basic tips for journalists to improve personal archiving practices.
ICIJ's editors share reflections from behind the scenes of two award-winning investigations.
ICIJ partners who exposed major financial crimes are eager to see whether new measures in the country are more than cosmetic changes to gain the international community’s approval.
Groundbreaking journalism like the Panama Papers and FinCEN Files investigations wouldn’t be possible without creating our own cutting edge technology.
ICIJ partners have had to innovate and adapt how they uncover critical information on the crisis, while calling for more government transparency.
ICIJ members in every region told of rising attacks, intimidation, government pressure, restrictions, lawsuits and penalties in the past year, as well as concerns arising from changes in media ownership.
Following a raid on his apartment by Russian authorities in April, Anin discovered he had been under surveillance for years.
ICIJ’s Cairo-based investigative reporter Maggie Michael talks about the challenges of unearthing secrets and atrocities in a region where threats to press freedom abound.
A new book explores a multibillion-dollar money laundering conspiracy by gold traders and the human side of the illegal mining economy.
Maria Ressa, founder of the news outlet Rappler, could face six years in prison after being convicted of cyber libel for her reporting on President Rodrigo Duterte. A new video series chronicles the organization’s work.