Some stories are too big for any one journalist — or even one news organization. That’s where we come in.
In November the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists published the Implant Files, a deep examination of the medical device industry and its oversight that involved more than 250 journalists in 36 countries. Our Paradise Papers and Panama Papers investigations were the two biggest cross-border journalistic collaborations in history.
These investigations began with journalists who realized their reporting would be stronger and have more impact if done as part of a team.
We are on the hunt for more world-changing stories.
If you have embarked on an investigation with cross-border potential and a clear public service imperative — or have a strong idea for a project that meets these tests – we want to hear from you.
Who can pitch to us?
Proposals can come from reporters or editors who work at established news organizations. (Read