Our Partners

The American University School of Communication, home base of the Investigative Reporting Workshop, empowers undergraduates and graduates in its programs to tell stories that influence change, inspire action, and transform our communities and our world.

Big Local News aims to collect, process and share governmental data that’s difficult to obtain and analyze. The initiative will partner with local and national newsrooms to use this data to examine a wide range of issues including criminal justice, housing, health and education for accountability journalism.

Boston University College of Communication, Journalism Department students work on data-driven stories and have contributed data to TAP.

Eye on Ohio— Promotes the public good by pursuing in-depth, underreported and high-impact journalism which exposes injustice and explores its consequences. Our reporting investigates the truth, holds those in power accountable, and seeks solutions.

INN strengthens and supports more than 250 independent news organizations in a new kind of media network: nonprofit, nonpartisan and dedicated to public service.

Published by the nonprofit Maine Center for Public Interest Journalism, the Monitor delivers fearless, independent, citizen-supported, nonpartisan journalism that informs Mainers about the issues impacting our state and inspires them to take action. Through investigative and in-depth stories, we engage readers to participate and connect to create a better Maine.

The Midwest Center for Investigative Reporting is an independent, nonprofit newsroom devoted to educating the public about crucial issues in the Midwest with a special focus on agribusiness and related topics such as government programs, environment and energy.

The Mississippi Center for Investigative Reporting is a nonprofit news organization that seeks to empower citizens in their communities by informing and educating the public.

The Missouri School of Journalism educates journalists using the Missouri Method to seek and communicate truth for the benefit of democratic society, setting the standard for quality journalism and strategic communication worldwide.

MuckRock is a non-profit, collaborative news site that brings together journalists, researchers, activists, and regular citizens to request, analyze, and share government documents, making politics more transparent and democracies more informed.

If you are interested in partnering or supporting us, reach us at accountability@irworkshop.org.