Corruption & Money Laundering, Anonymous Companies
Treasure Island: Bank Records Link President of Cyprus to ‘Troika Laundromat’
A law firm founded by Cypriot President moved millions of dollars among shell companies that were deeply entwined with a secretive system for moving money around the world.
Enemies of the State?
More than three people were murdered each week in 2018, with countless more criminalised, for defending their land and our environment.
Three things we wouldn’t know without whistleblowers
On National Whistleblower Day, we spotlight three cases where people spoke truth to power and exposed wrongdoing in the United States.
Strengthening corporate responsibility
The case for mandatory due diligence in the EU to protect people and the planet
Blog post / Aug. 13, 2019
Taxing Times For Adaro - What Happened Next?
Blog post / Aug. 12, 2019
Why Global Witness is supporting the global climate strike
Article / Aug. 9, 2019
Blood and tears
Blog post / Aug. 8, 2019
The new IPCC report makes one thing clear: protecting land and those who defend it is crucial for stopping climate breakdown.
Blog post / Aug. 7, 2019
The UK has pledged to support human rights defenders – but will it follow through?
Blog post / Aug. 6, 2019
How following tainted public money from Congo led me to the heart of Europe
Article / Aug. 6, 2019
Sassou-Nguesso’s Laundromat: A Congolese State Affair – Part II
Press release / Aug. 6, 2019
Luxury-loving Congo President’s son received over $50 million from public treasury
Press release / Aug. 5, 2019
Global Witness welcomes groundbreaking UN-authorized report calling for international sanctions against Myanmar military businesses
Blog post / July 31, 2019
China’s role in global forest governance and the revision of its Forest Law