Administrative barriers in countries across Europe are blocking access to Covid-19 jabs for nearly 4 million undocumented migrants
We’re setting out to support people to build local media that reflects and serves all
America’s longest war has ended, but the conflict is far from over for the people of Afghanistan
Legal letter asks for safeguards protecting privacy of journalists and citizens
All journalists want their story make the front page - but if you care about impact, you need to think about more than just reach
As MPs prepare to debate the Environment Bill, campaigners say banks and pension funds must be stopped from funding illegal deforestation
We wanted to ask and answer a seemingly simple question: is work working? But to do so, we needed to investigate in a way that put workers themselves at the heart of our journalism
Journalist Lousie Tickle explains why she is launching a project aimed at opening up family courts to trained reporters, with the support of the Bureau
Bureau Local has hired Emily Wilson to join the team in the newly created role of Bureau Local Editor
From 2021 the Bureau hopes to run three paid fellowships. Here's how to apply for one
Dominic Cummings never realised his vision for a digital government. But the cogs he set in motion are still turning
Join Bureau Local’s new project to investigate health inequalities across the UK
We’re launching a collaborative reporting project in which the Bureau Local and The Daily Mirror will support readers to tell their own stories about the impact of insecure work
Over the coming months, health justice will be one of the major focuses of the Bureau’s Global Health team
The Global Health team are looking for people to be part of a brand new reporting initiative: our Health Justice Hub.
A Bureau staffer explains how he combines journalism with community outreach to help shape our investigations into global health
Tara Lajumoke and Clare Algar have joined the board, Vicky Gale and Emiliano Mellino have joined Bureau Local, with Rachel Hamada moving to a reporting role, and Alex Hess has joined the production te...
The Bureau of Investigative Journalism is looking for pitches for ambitious and original investigative reporting for its Decision Machines reporting project
A leak of 350,000 pages of a Jersey trust company’s internal records – which detail decades of financial malfeasance and the Crown Dependency’s unwillingness to take action – appeared from an unusual...
The Bureau's founder Elaine Potter mourns a giant in the world of news who had long been one of the Bureau's greatest champions and supporters
News organisations need to commit to and support diversity
The Bureau's Drone Warfare and Shadow Wars projects have come to an end
The UK government is adding to the mounting pressure on global businesses to end deforestation in their supply chains
The A-levels shambles was actually the result of a fairly open process by Ofqual - so what does it tell us about the risks of more complex, less transparent systems?
A new Bureau team member explains why he's left the NGO world, and why community-centred journalism matters
As a food journalist and investigator, I’ve spent the past decade and a half probing the multiple impacts of industrial farming
Why did it take two months and a local outbreak in Leicester for authorities to gain access to data on coronavirus testing?
The Bureau Local shares findings and resources from its five-month Change the Story initiative
The project investigates the capital’s role as the home of international finance that allows criminal activity and corruption