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ICIJ – Marina Walker Guevara – Council Of The European Union Request ICIJ Offshore Data – 21 June 2013

The Council of the European Union has formally requested the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists to release to each EU member state any information from its leaked cache of offshore financial data that may involve citizens of those countries. Continue reading

ICIJ – Arthur DeBruyne – Data Harvest Conference : What You Missed – 8 May 2013

David Leigh, Duncan Campbell, and Mar Cabra at Data Harvest.David Leigh, Duncan Campbell, and Mar Cabra at Data Harvest. Photo: JournalismFund.BRUSSELS – On 3 and 4 May 2013 the third edition of Journalismfund.eu’s Data Harvest Conference took place in Erasmushogeschool in Brussels. Some 150 investigative and data journalists and programmers from all across the European continent took part in what was a great harvest of ideas and digital research methods. Continue reading

ICIJ – Emily Menkes, Michael Hudson And Kimberley Porteous – Release Of Offshore Records Draws World Wide Response – 16 April 2013

Aurelie Filippetti(Picture : French culture minister Aurelie Filippetti: listed a David Beckham t-shirt in her assets.)

ICIJ’s investigative series on offshore secrecy – which draws from a cache of 2.5 million secret records – has ignited reactions around the globe.

Since the initial release of stories by the ICIJ and its media partners across the world, public officials have issued statements, governments have launched investigations, and politicians and journalists have been debating the implications of the records and the reporting. Continue reading

ICIJ – Top Malaysian Politicians Use Offshore Secrecy – 10 April 2013

630mirzanmahathirTop Malaysian Politicians Use Offshore Secrecy

Then-Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad (right) with his son Mirzan Mahathir at the 1997 ASEAN summit. Photo: AP Continue reading

ICIJ – Emily Menkes – Highlights Of Offshore Leaks So Far – 5 April 2013

ICIJApril 4, 2013, 1:00 pm

Today marks the beginning of one of the biggest financial leaks in history.

The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists has just released the first stories from a global collaborative project into the world of offshore money. The Tax Justice Network, an advocacy group claims that a third of the world’s wealth is tied up in the secret area of offshore. Continue reading