Meet the newest ICIJ members

Togo, Yemen, Austria and Bolivia. These are just some of the countries newly  represented by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists’ trusted network of members.

The network of investigative reporters now spans 83 countries and territories, after ICIJ’s independent network committee selected 22 members to join the network.

Each of these investigative reporters has worked on ICIJ investigations, including the Paradise Papers in 2017 and the Panama Papers in 2016.

Head of the network committee Minna Knus-Galán said the committee was very impressed with the skills and the desire to collaborate across borders that new members demonstrated.

Knus-Galán said: “Many of them come from countries where ICIJ hasn’t had any members before.

“They are not only excellent investigative journalists with high integrity and professional standards, but they have also proven to be great team members with experience of cross border investigations.

“And that’s what it’s all about: collaboration, sharing and helping

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