Alexander Yarashevich is a Czechia based researcher and screenwriter at Belarusian Investigative Center z.s. (BIC).

In 2014-2021, he worked at the BelaPAN news agency, as a correspondent and economic observer at In 2011-2013, Alexander was a correspondent at Belarusian Radio Racyja. 

Alexander Yarashevich won third place in the "Free Word" competition for journalistic investigation” (annual competition held by Belarusian Association of Journalists) and Future Story Awards 2021 by Media4Change for Best Corruption Investigation.

Investigations in which Alexander Yarashevich played a leading role have been shortlisted for the IJ4EU Impact Award in 2022 and 2023.

  • He worked on the Pandora Papers, the biggest offshore document leak.
  • Investigations carried out involving Alexander Yarashevich have had a real-life effect. 
  • The EU imposed sanctions after our investigation how an Estonian-Latvian conglomerate benefited from record trade with the Lukashenka regime.
  • Lithuanian authorities started criminal case after our investigation how Belarusian fertilizer company get banned nitrogen into Europe through straw companies.

Basic information

Alexander Yarashevich
Researcher and Screenwriter

Supported projects

Timber 2.0. Bypassing Sanctions

  • Corruption
  • Environment
  • Industry

MINSK - Belarusian goods are attacking Europe despite the bans of Brussels.