Delphine Reuter is a Belgian freelance data journalist based in Brussels.
Delphine Reuter is a researcher at the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) - Former Project manager for journalism training at IHECS Academy: development of training programs,short-term and long-terms courses.
A graduate from IHECS and Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism, she has led and taken part in cross-border investigative projects related to financial crime, environmental crime, migration, etc..

Basic information

Delphine Reuter
financial crime, environmental crime, migration, data journalism

Supported projects

Catching the real pirates

  • Environment
  • Exploitation
  • Fishing industry
  • Trafficking

CAPE TOWN - A number of fishing companies are flouting international law, exploiting workers, and over-fishing, thus stripping vulnerable countries of a vital food source.

The MEPs Project: the ghost offices of MEPs

  • Data Journalism

In an unprecedented EU-wide collaborative effort, the journalists from "The MEPs Project" located in every member state investigated how members of the European Parliament (MEPs) make use of the general expenses payments they receive every month. 

The Criminal Migrant Shipping Network

  • Migration

Smugglers, some of them organised in networks, are profiting from migrants’ despair by selling them their services, making a fortune in the process and fueling their criminal enterprise with cash.

Pulp fiction: Chinese tomato puree, made in Italy

  • Agriculture

SALERNO - A great amount of capital is invested in agriculture and gains juicy but illegal returns. Nearly one in three 'Made in Italy'-labeled goods sold in Italy or exported elsewhere are produced with non-Italian products.