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Šarūnas Černiauskas

Based in Vilnius, Lithuania, Šarūnas Černiauskas leads Siena.lt, the first Lithuanian non-profit organization dedicated entirely to investigative reporting, and an OCCRP member center. 

Saša Leković

Saša Leković is a Croatian freelance investigative journalist, trainer and media advisor.

Saska Cvetkovska

Saska Cvetkovska is an investigative journalist based in Skopje, Macedonia.

Saska

Sebastian Gjerding

Sebastian Gjerding is a Danish journalist at Dagbladet Information.

Sébastien Gobert

Sébastien Gobert is a French journalist and traveller. After living in different countries in Europe, he settled in Ukraine in 2011.

Selma Franssen

Selma Franssen is a freelance journalist. Her work has been published by Charlie Magazine, OneWorld, De Morgen, De Standaard, The New Statesman, VPRO and Vice.

Selma Zijlstra

Selma Zijlstra is editor/journalist at Vice Versa, journalism platform on global collaboration.

Senne Starckx

Senne Starckx (1983) is a freelance science journalist.

Sergejs Pavlovs

Sergejs Pavlovs is Latvian freelance journalist, specialised in financial affairs, who works mostly for online services of Latvian public broadcaster LSM.

Sergio Nieto Solis

Sergio Nieto Solis is a junior editor at The Investigative Desk.

Sergio Nieto Solis

Seth Wessler

Seth Wessler is a freelance investigative journalist from the United States. 

Shanna Jones

Shanna is a freelance international journalist who has a passion for combining on-the-ground interviews with data-led investigation in West Africa and Europe.

Shanna Jones

Shucken Tan

Shuchen Tan is a Dutch filmmaker at VPRO. 

Sigrid Vertommen

Sigrid Vertommen is postdoctoral researcher at King's College London into the political economy of global fertility chains.

Sigrid Vertommen

Sigute Limontaite

Sigute Limontaite is a Lithuanian foreign reporter based in London. She covers current affairs, specialising in Lithuanian immigrants in the UK.

Simon Basile

Interactive journalist at The Times and Sunday Times, co-founder of
Airwars, lecturer at City University London.
 
 

Simon Kamm

Simon Kamm is an experienced journalist and published author, now working freelance between Lisbon, London and Berlin.

Simon Mkina

Simon Martha Mkina is an award-winning Tanzanian investigative journalist. 

Simon Oeyen

Simon Oeyen is a Belgian documentary filmmaker

Siona Houthuys

Siona Houthuys is a Belgian radio and theater maker.

 

Sofia da Palma Rodrigues

Sofia da Palma Rodrigues is a freelance journalist living in Portugal.

Sofia Van Nuffel

Sofia Van Nuffel is a Belgian freelance investigative journalist.

Sofie Hanegreefs

Sofie Hanegreefs is a Belgian filmmaker and artist.

Sofie Meelberghs

Sofie Meelberghs is a documentary filmmaker and researcher at Lionheart Productions.

Sonja Peteranderl

Sonja Peteranderl is an editor at Der Spiegel and founder of BuzzingCities Lab, a think tank focusing on how digitalization influences security, organized crime and urban violence in megacities. 

Sorin Ozon

Sorin Ozon is an investigative journalist in Romania.

Sorin Semeniuc

Sorin Semeniuc is an award-winning journalist and reporter for the national daily Romania Libera.

Sorin Semeniuc

Sorina Vasilescu

Sorina Vasilescu (Sorina Vazelina) is a graphic designer, illustrator and cartoonist born and educated in Romania.

Staffan Dahllöf

Staffan Dahllöf is a freelance reporter based in Copenhagen.

Stanimir Ivanov Kumurdjiev

Stanimir Ivanov Kumurdjiev (also known as Stanimir Vaglenov) is the online projects manager at Media Group Bulgaria.

He manages more than 50 online media channels, including websites, social channels and more. Ivanov Kumurdjiev’s investigations have covered Osama Bin Laden’s network in the Balkans, money laundering, organised crime, the theft of European funds, the baby trade and arms dealer Viktor Bout. He was also part of several ICIJ projects including Offshore Leaks and Big Tobacco Smuggling. In 2007 he founded the Bulgarian Investigative Journalism Centre in Sofia. He has won numerous journalism prizes, including the Daniel Pearl Award and a Global Shining Light Award as part of the Organised Crime and Corruption Reporting Project. Ivanov Kumurdjiev published a book, Свалят правителството! (Overthrow the government!) – a collection of his work – and teaches investigative journalism at Sofia University “St Kliment Ohridski”.