About

I am a freelance journalist and Fellow at the Centre for Investigative Journalism in London, experienced in corruption, cross border and human rights reporting.  I worked for the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists on the global “Offshore Leaks” investigation which helped to lift the veil on the secretive world of tax havens. I have published with leading international news media such as the Guardian, Sunday Times, Sydney Morning Herald, L’Espresso, theblacksea.eu, Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, Computer Weekly and Thomson Reuters Foundation. A graduate of Film, Journalism & Media at University of Huddersfield,

I specialise and am interested in:

  • Cross-border investigations
  • Corruption
  • Human rights
  • International journalism

 

Get contact info and PGP stuff here

 

4 Responses to About

  1. Hi, nice to meet you !

  2. simeonyianni says:

    Good blog, i’ll be reading more

    • craig shaw says:

      That’s good, my man. Why is your blog ‘protected?’ I fear that there are dark secrets contained within!

  3. Joe Cawthorn says:

    Hi there,
    My name is Joe Cawthorn and I am studying Journalism at Huddersfield University,
    For my third year project I am carrying out a study in to what role investigative journalism has in the future of the media, and also to what extent new media has affected the way an investigative journalist may work.

    I would love to hear your opinions on these matters and more if you could spare me a minute or two.

    I look forward to hearing from you,
    Joe Cawthorn
    @josephcawthorn

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