May 29, 2018

A display of snowmen and signs outside the University of Montana’s Gilkey Center on Monday urges the UM Foundation to divest from fossil fuels in its endowment. Reinvest MT, a student organization, is also trying to convince the foundation to move 5 percent of its portfolio into green investments. … read more at:

Musab Al Shawabkeh, Jordan, is an investigative journalist currently working as an editor and trainer for Arab Reporters for Investigative Journalism. He participated in the ICIJ’s Panama Papers investigation. Before ARIJ, he helped establish the Investigative Journalism Unit in the Community Media Network (Radio Al Balad and the Amman Net website) which he led for […]

Nelfi Fernández Reyes, Bolivia, is an investigative journalist at El Deber newspaper. She participated in ICIJ’s Panama Papers investigation. She has graduate degrees in organized crime coverage and digital journalism and was a correspondent and a member of the U.N. Peace Missions in Haiti. In 2016, she was nominated for the Data Journalism Awards and […]

P Vaidyanathan Iyer, India, is part of the leadership team at The Indian Express, an English language daily newspaper, headquartered in Delhi. He participated in ICIJ’s Panama Papers investigation. He leads the national political and economic policy reporting team for the newspaper. Iyer specializes in reporting the political economy and investigates the link between politics […]

Alicia Ortega, Dominican Republic, is an investigative journalist known for uncovering corruption scandals. She participated in ICIJ’s Paradise Papers investigation. Ortega’s investigations have included: El Emporio no declarado del Zar del Metro and Caso Rodríguez Pimentel. The first, which resulted from an investigation that was part of the Panama Papers, led to the ouster of […]

Daphne Caruana Galizia was a Maltese investigative journalist and anti-corruption activist who was investigating Malta’s government links to money laundering and tax evasion. She was killed in a car bomb near to her home last year. Speaking to Sophie Claudet on Euronews’ Global Conversation, her sons say outside foreign interests have, in effect, have taken […]

On 19 April 2018, the European Parliament adopted the proposal for the fifth Anti-money Laundering (AML) Directive, which will make a number of changes to the fourth AML Directive, implemented in Belgium by the Anti-money Laundering and Terrorist Financing Act and in effect since 16 October 2017. The revised directive forms part of the European […]

Pelin Ünker, Turkey, is an investigative journalist working at Cumhuriyet newspaper. She has worked on ICIJ’s Panama Papers and Paradise Papers investigations. Her work has included investigations on macroeconomic data on the state of the Turkish economy. She has also investigated corruption, tax avoidance and evasion, privatizations, public contracts and other subjects. Her work has […]

Sputnik has reached a member of Unit Press Communications in the European United Left/Nordic Green Left (GUE/NGL) European Parliamentary Group, Ben Leung, to find out more about the “Journalists, Whistleblowers and Defenders of the Right to Information” award. READ MORE: WikiLeaks Founder Assange Ready to Testify in Russia Probe — Close Associate Mr. Leung told Sputnik that it was “conceived by our Greek MEP, Stelios Kouloglou,” […]

David Demble, Mali, is editor-in-chief at Depeches du Mali/L’Investigateur. He has worked on ICIJ’s investigations Panama Papers, Swiss Leaks, Fatal Extraction, Offshore Leaks. Demble graduated from journalism school in Lille, France, and has worked as an investigative reporter in Mali with Depeches du Mali and L’Investigateur. He is a member of the Norbert Zongo Center […]

The rising scholar of taxation and inequality talks to ProMarket about the problems excessive economic power poses for open political systems, how states can tackle profit-shifting, and critics who have dismissed his work on distributional issues as “a French economics.”     Gabriel Zucman Straightforwardly normative critiques of capitalism are these days rather sparse among […]

Ousted premier Nawaz Sharif’s son-in-law retired Captain Muhammad Safdar, while recording his statement before the accountability court on Tuesday, said he was a signatory of the trust deeds of offshore companies Nielsen and Nescoll while his wife Maryam Nawaz was a trustee. Safdar was recording his testimony in the Avenfield reference under Section 342 of […]