exposing illicit finance
Launch of Money Trail final project report
The Great Gas Illusion: Mozambique’s LNG revenues may fall short to transform the country
How the owners of M1 Group, Myanmar’s newest telecoms operator, reaped huge profits under brutal regimes
#ElectoralHydra Part I: The Stabber
Revealed: the huge profits made by Myanmar gas pipeline investors
SportPesa: How Kenya Revenue Authority may have made massive error in its unpaid tax claim on betting giant
BP millions promised to offshore firm run by Angolan tycoon accused of corruption
Hard Labour: The Surrogacy Industry in Kenya
Total: “We have taken the call to limit the income going to the military junta. We have tried everything to reduce this.”
Insolvent AirZim stashes US$5m in UK
Money Trail interview on the Nirav Modi case
Conducting and delivering journalistic illicit finance investigations is often long, difficult and complex. It can even be dangerous. It can take courage to even start researching these stories.
Money Trail is supported by the Dutch Postcode Lottery.
In Money Trail Journalismfund.eu offers working grants for mixed teams of African, Asian and European journalists to investigate cross-border illicit financial flows, tax abuse and corruption in Africa, Asia and Europe.
Grants are awarded to journalists solely by Journalismfund.eu, with no input or oversight at any stage from the consortium as a whole.
It is important to keep sources and information during an investigation safe and secure. It is a basic pre-condition for anyone involved in investigative journalism.
Digital records, databases, documents and communication streams are all likely targets. A variety of protection tools, also developed by other organizations, to help security and safety for journalists and civil society activists is available here.