New Investigative Series

Democracy Deferred

The 2023 Nigerian Presidential Election

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Veza is a digital publication produced by the Center for Collaborative Investigative Journalism (CCIJ). We are committed to a model of journalism that holds investigative reporting, data science, and visual journalism as equal partners in producing reporting that focuses on vulnerable communities.

h20Fail investigations

Nigeria

The Gambia

GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE SERIES​

Zimbabwe

By Brezh Malaba
Photography by Cynthia R. Matonhodze

April 8, 2024

Uganda

Boundless hate series

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By

Olga Konsevych

November 22, 2023
This is the first story in a CCIJ series that investigates how diaspora communities contribute to the spread of hate speech beyond borders.

By Freddie Clayton

Photography by John Trotter and Margaret Courtney-Clarke

August 23, 2023

Investigative Series

Tapped Out

Where is the water going?

Small California farmers struggle as ag titans wheel water for profit

The Central California Town That Keeps Sinking

The very ground upon which Corcoran, Calif., was built has been slowly but steadily collapsing, a situation caused primarily not by nature but agriculture.​

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About Veza

Veza is a digital publication produced by the Center for Collaborative Investigative Journalism (CCIJ).

We are committed to a model of journalism that holds investigative reporting, data science, and visual journalism as equal partners in producing reporting that focuses on vulnerable communities.

Investigative Series

More than half of South Africa’s sewage treatment works are failing

H2OFail

Close to 1 billion people do not have access to clean water. H2OFail is an ongoing investigation into the causes and consequences of that global failure.

Tapped Out is a collection of stories around power, justice and water in the American West.

An international investigation into the global lottery industry involving close to 40 people from 10 countries working in journalism and civic tech organizations in Africa, Europe and the United States.