The threats to journalists that don’t make the front pages
With a spate of recent murders of journalists in Malta, Slovakia, and Bulgaria, the threat to journalists have never felt so close to home. But the weapons that the powerful use to suppress speech are often far subtler.
It’s time to stand up for journalists
Global Witness marks the Day to End Impunity for Crimes Committed Against Journalists
Journalism shouldn’t be this dangerous
Viktoria Marinova’s murder could silence a generation, unless we start protecting journalists on the frontline of the fight against corruption
Global Witness stands with hundreds of US news organizations in support for press freedom
Global Witness stands in solidarity with the 350 plus publications denouncing Trump's attacks on the press.
How we mined the world’s first open data register of company control
Last week we published the findings from our in-depth analysis of the world’s first open register of who controls companies. The Companies We Keep shows that two-years on the UK register of beneficial owners is having an important impact
Biggest move against corruption in years – UK government votes for transparency
Following a nail-biting U-turn, the UK government dealt a big blow to the criminal and corrupt. Here's how it happened.