Investigative Reporting

Investigative Reporting

We make sure the powerful can’t bury the truth.

ICFJ builds and supports investigative journalism networks to collaborate across borders and hold the powerful to account. We equip reporters to conduct hard-hitting investigations, and to do so in a way that better protects their sources and themselves. The journalists we work with have changed laws, brought down governments and reduced contamination  and they are not finished.

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Alfabetización Mediática, Periodismo Ciudadano e Investigaciones en Nicaragua

 

En estas circunstancias restrictivas de libertad de prensa, es importante que los ciudadanos y los periodistas trabajen juntos para mantener la información independiente fluida. 

Luis Botello, ICFJ's Deputy Vice President of News Initiative and Impact.

 Un programa nuevo dirigido por el Centro Internacional para Periodistas (ICFJ, por sus

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Open Data Costa Rica

Building off its Open Data project in Panama, Open Data Costa Rica aims to link journalists, civil society advocates, and data experts to collaborate on projects that expose development problems on topics like corruption, security, governance, gender inequality, illegal immigration, and illicit trafficking.

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Abriendo Datos Panamá

En los años recientes, el gobierno de Panamá ha aumentado la disponibilidad de datos para los ciudadanos. Pero este acto solo no puede transformar el gobierno. La participación de los medios y la sociedad civil tiene que ayudar a abrir el potencial de los datos abiertos, para hacerlos claros y útiles

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Open Data Panama

In recent years, Panama’s government has increased the availability of data to citizens. But this alone cannot transform governments. Media and civil society engagement must help unlock the potential of open data, make it clear and useful for citizens, and reveal information that can expose and prevent abuses of power

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Expanding investigative journalism and transparency in Nicaragua

The International Center for Journalists (ICFJ), in partnership with the Fundación Violeta B. de Chamorro, is offering a new program focused on addressing transparency and digital security issues in Nicaragua. Through this program, investigative journalists will be able to develop and strengthen their capacity to produce in-depth reports covering topics

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