Awards 2014

The Investigative Reporting Award

For the individual or team effort which has done most to unearth facts that the public – and society – has a right to know.

The Assets of the Ayatollah

— Steve Stecklow, Babak Dehghanpisheh and Yeganeh Torbati, published by Reuters, United Kingdom

Series on items such as corruption, football hooliganism and the unsettled legacy of war and communism

— Neil Arun, published by Balkan Insight, Serbia

Gefährliche Geschäfte

— Simon Book and Massimo Bognanni, published by Handelsblatt, Germany

A Murderer’s Trail

— Paul Radu, Mihai Munteanu, Luke Harding, Ion Preașcă, Iurie Sănduță and Cristi Ciupercă, published by The Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project, Romania

The secret wars

— The investigative-research-department of Süddeutsche Zeitung in cooperation with Norddeutscher Rundfunk, published by Süddeutsche Zeitung, Germany

Codename Apalachee

— Marcel Rosenbach, Laura Poitras and Holger Stark, published by Der Spiegel, Germany

The Snowden files: How GCHQ and the NSA conducted mass surveillance in Europe

— Nick Hopkins, published by The Guardian, United Kingdom