Centre for Investigative Journalism
"The centre for investigative journalism (cij) came into being in 2003 to address a deepening crisis in investigative reporting. " 
"The cij was founded in 2003 with grants from the Lorana Sullivan Foundation and in 2007 acquired registered charity status (no.1118602).
"The cij has been supported by a number of foundations including the Open Society Institute, The David and Elaine Potter Foundation, the Ford Foundation, Park Foundation, City University London and several smaller private trusts." 
Accessed January 2011: 
Accessed January 2011: 
- Lowell Bergman - PBS Frontline, New York Times, Pulitzer Prize 2004.
- Raj Bairoliya - Forensic account with FTI Consulting.
- Duncan Campbell - Freelance investigative journalist and television producer.
- Jenny Chryss - Producer BBC Radio 4.
- Ray Fitzwalter - Author and programme maker; executive producer World in Action, and head of current affiars Granada television 1987-93. Author of The Dream that Died – The Rise and Fall of ITV.
- Michael Gillard - Writes for The Mail on Sunday, the Guardian, Observer, Financial Times, The Sunday Times, television and radio.
- Stephen Grey - Writer and broadcaster. Author of Ghost Plane.
- Luc Hermann - Luc is co-director and executive producer of Premières Lignes, a French independent television news agency that produes investigative documentaries.
- Isabel Hilton - Isabel Hilton fomer editor-in-chief of the openDemocracy.net website and is now the editor of chinadialogue, and writes regularly for the Guardian.
- Peter Hounam - Former Sunday Times Insight Team.
- Mark Hunter - Writer, filmmaker and professor at the Institut Français de Presse of the Université de Paris.
- Andrew Jennings - Investigated organised crime before focussing on corruption at the International Olympic Committee and FIFA. Also writes books, makes films and contributes to publications.
- Jeff Katz - Chief executive of Bishop International, corporate investigators.
- Phillip Knightley - Writer and journalist, author of The First Casualty: The War Correspondent as Hero, Propagandist and Myth Maker.
- Paul Lashmar - Paul Lashmar is a journalist and university lecturer who has covered many of the major stories of the last 30 years. He is also an author and TV producer.
- Melanie McFadyean - Freelance writer and lecturer, City University.
- David Miller - Professor of Sociology, Strathclyde University, Glasgow and writer on propaganda, spin and lobbying. Co-founder of Spinwatch.
- George Brock - Head of Journalism and Publishing, City University.
- John Pilger - Journalist, author and documentary filmmaker.
- Michael Ryan - Director of World in Action, What the Papers Say.
- Martin Tomkinson - Financial journalist and corporate investigator for all UK national newspapers.
- Rosie Waterhouse - Freelance journalist for The Independent, The Independent on Sunday, BBC Newsnight, lecturer City University.
- Martin Welz - Editor and publisher Noseweek, South Africa.
- Harold Evans - Author; The American Century, We the People and The BBC Reports: On America, its Allies and Enemies, and the Counterattack on Terrorism. Former editor Sunday Times 1967-81. President Random House 1990-97.