International Consortium of Investigative Journalists

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The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists is a global network of media organizations and reporters who work together to investigate the most important stories and updates around the globe. It cultivates a community of reporters to engage local communities on matters of global importance. The organization comprises of more than 200 best investigative reporters from 90 countries around the world. It partners with 100 of the world’s most renowned media organizations including the New York Times, the BBC, the Guardian, and the Asahi Shimbun. It also collaborates with small regional nonprofit investigative centers.


  • ICIJ aims to show people how the world really works through stories that rock the world; forcing positive change.

  • ICIJ has directed the largest cross-border reporting initiatives in history, making ICIJ an indispensable news source, and a leader in the global battle for truth.

  • The organization also uncovers corruption, abuses of power and grave harms inflicted on the world's most vulnerable people.