Bureau of Investigative Journalism

Bureau of Investigative Journalism (2010; London; 23 staff; thebureauinvestigates.com)

An independent non-profit “that aims “to inform the public about the realities of power in today’s world. We are particularly concerned with the undermining of democratic processes and failures to accord with fair, legal and transparent practices.”



Leadership: Rachel Oldroyd (Managing editor), David and Elaine Potter (Founders)
Budget: ~$1,2m (2018)

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