Investigative reporting

Medical Devices Harm Patients Worldwide As Governments Fail On Safety
ICIJ · November 25, 2018

A global investigation reveals the rising human toll of lax controls and testing standards pushed by a booming industry.

Frequently asked questions and resources for readers
Amy Wilson-Chapman · November 25, 2018

This resource aims to arm readers with information that makes informed decisions about medical devices easier.

Do events in the Implant Files sound familiar? Share your story with the world
ICIJ · November 25, 2018

Reporters across the world want your help.

Data analysis, accountability and a little humor: The best of Uncovering Asia 2018
Amy Wilson-Chapman · October 30, 2018

More than 400 investigative journalists descended on Seoul to hone their skills and develop accountability journalism.

Meet the Funders: Double your impact with NewsMatch 2018
Caitlin Ginley Sigal · October 29, 2018

Join ICIJ Insiders, our global community of supporters, today, and you can make your impact go twice as far.

Multiple murders cast shadow on an unexpected trouble spot
Martha M. Hamilton · October 16, 2018

Europe is a region often considered a relative safe haven for journalists, but this past year reporters have been murdered and press freedom declined.

Press Freedom And The Fight For Accountability
ICIJ · October 4, 2018

ICIJ’s Marina Walker Guevara joins a panel of journalists for an in-depth conversation on the challenges facing reporters today.

Panama Papers film examines how journalists speak truth to power
Amy Wilson-Chapman · October 2, 2018

The risky business of investigative reporting for whistleblowers and reporters is at the heart of the latest Panama Papers documentary.

German media reveals how Chinese bribes for Siemens products flowed
Scilla Alecci · October 1, 2018

Court records uncovered by a German news investigation reveal dozens of bribery prosecutions against Siemens’ medical device distributors in China.