ICIJ member Kristof Clerix specializes in reporting on intelligence agencies and espionage, and finds his methods are similar to the spies he’s investigating.
Explaining the contortions that multinational corporations put themselves through to avoid taxes is a journalistic challenge. Here’s one way to overcome it.
Sarin tells us what it’s like working as an investigative reporter in India, and other insights in our monthly column Meet the Investigators.
ICIJ member Dai Qing went from accidental reporter to one of China’s most prominent investigative journalists by virtue of courage and a belief in press freedom.
ICIJ member and veteran internet researcher shares his experience and some practical tips for using the world wide web to investigate and dig a whole lot deeper.
Ritu Sarin describes her investigations of secret payments, hidden bank accounts and bugs planted in the Prime Minister’s office – and explains why her gender never held her back as she rose to become a top editor in India.
Inga Springe describes the challenges of creating the first investigative journalism center in the Baltics, as well as her groundbreaking investigations into organized crime and economic inequality.
Giannina Segnini, the director of the investigative team at La Nacion newspaper in Costa Rica, describes her approach to the investigation that put two former Costa Rican presidents behind bars.