The Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP) is seriously concerned by an ongoing raid on the Moscow apartment of Roman Anin, the editor in chief of IStories, by Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB).
Go Behind the Scenes of our OpenLux Investigation With Journalists Antonio Baquero and Maxime Vaudano
OCCRP editor Antonio Baquero and Le Monde journalist Maxime Vaudano will discuss the far-reaching impact of our OpenLux investigation, which made headlines around the world, in a live webinar on April 7 at 11:30 a.m. EDT/5:30 p.m. CEST. The event will last 45 minutes to an hour.
The Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP) is deeply concerned by a mounting assault by Serbian tabloid news outlets on our colleague, Stevan Dojčinović, who is both an OCCRP regional editor and the editor in chief of KRIK, a major Serbian news outlet focusing on crime and corruption.
OCCRP Concerned by Steps that Compromise Independence of Partner Network Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty
Recent steps taken by the current leadership of the U.S. Agency for Global Media compromise the independence of Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFE/RL), a long-standing partner of OCCRP in some of the world’s most challenging environments for independent reporting. OCCRP fears a loss of credibility for RFE/RL could have dire effects for independent journalists and citizens at a historic time for truth and accountability.
Jair Bolsonaro, President of Brazil, has been named the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project’s 2020 Person of the Year for his role in promoting organized crime and corruption.
ARIJ Aleph Archive makes millions of records available in Arabic.
The Year Ahead in Global Crime and Corruption: OCCRP Co-Founders Drew Sullivan and Paul Radu Discuss Trends in Virtual Event
Drew Sullivan and Paul Radu will share insights and answer questions about the constantly evolving world of transnational crime and corruption on December 16, from 11 a.m.-12 p.m. EST.
OCCRP Co-Founder Drew Sullivan Tells Parliamentarians at OSCE Event that Journalists Covering Corruption Need Stronger Laws and Protection
In a web dialog hosted by the Parliamentary Assembly of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), OCCRP Co-Founder Drew Sullivan presented recommendations that would ensure stronger transparency and accountability so investigative journalists can do their jobs exposing corruption without fear of reprisals.
OCCRP Concerned by Serbian Government’s Selective Inquiry into Investigative Journalism Outlets and Civil Society Organizations
The Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP) is concerned by what appears to be a selective inquiry by Serbian authorities into several investigative journalism outlets and civil society organizations in the country.
Investigative reporting is getting harder and harder as autocratic governments crack down on media and government-friendly oligarchs use the courts to silence independent voices. The Philippine online news organization Rappler and its CEO and Executive Editor Maria Ressa are experiencing this firsthand, as Ressa was convicted last week on baseless “cyber libel” charges.
Earlier today, in front of a special committee of the Kyrgyz parliament, the country’s intelligence agency presented the preliminary results of an investigation that was triggered by a reporting project released in November by RFE/RL’s Radio Azattyk, OCCRP, and its local member center, Kloop.