Investigative journalism is faring well, in spite of political pressure in many European countries, and helped uncover in the last year a long string of shady stories and murky deals of the mighty and the rich. The Panama Papers have once again proved the power of investigative journalism to fight corruption: increasing transparency, accountability and the rule of law as the key steps towards reducing poverty.
The Organised Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP), a pan-European media ...
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