About Investigative Reporting Denmark

Investigative Reporting Denmark conducts investigative reporting in Denmark and cooperates with journalists internationally.
The centre is registrated as a mass media in Denmark.

Cell: + 45 51 50 48 08

Email: nils.mulvad@kaasogmulvad.dk

Nils Mulvad is a co-founder of the Global Network for Investigative Journalism and other international networks such as Farmsbusidy.org. He was CEO for the Danish International Center for Analytical Reporting 2001-2006, European journalist of the year in 2006, and he also teaches data and web courses for journalists with focus on using social and mobile media. He is project editor and main responsible for dataanalysis and do interactive grahics for Investigative Reporting Denmark.

Bruno Ingemann holds a Master’s degree in editorial management, has worked as an Editor-in-Chief for Nordjyske and now work as Editor-in-Chief for Midtjyske, founded the large local investigative award, Spadestiksprisen and has been the manager and editor for investigative teams for many years. He is member of the board of Investigative Reporting Denmark.

Nana Toft is an independant journalist and author. She focuses on investigative reporting and literary journalism. She is member of the board of Investigative Reporting Denmark.


Henrik Kaufholz is senior reporter at the Danish daily Politiken. He has worked as coordinator of international investigative projects for many years, escpecially in Scoop. Henrik Kaufholz is member of the board of Investigative Reporting Denmark.



Mark Schapiro is a veteran environmental journalist, who covers the intersection between the environment, economics and international politics. He was formerly senior correspondent at the Center for Investigative Reporting in California. In addition to conducting his own investigations, he helped shape and edit investigative stories by staff members and grant recipients.

His latest book, CARBON SHOCK, published in September 2014, is the product of five years of intensive reporting and writing from the hot-spots where the costs of climate change are being experienced and fought over. Mark Schapiro works as a project editor at Investigative Reporting Denmark. He is currently based in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Staffan Dahllöf is a freelance journalist working as a correspondent to Swedish media on Danish issues and to Scandinavian media on European affaires. He also teaches EU-reporting and takes an interest in transparency issues as co-editor of the Pan-European website wobbing.eu on journalism and access to information. Staffan Dahllöf is a senior correspondent at Investigative Reporting Denmark.

Email: kjeld@baeredygtighed.dk

Kjeld Hansen is an author and a well known muckracking environmental journalist. He has been a vital player in bringing to the surface many of the recent years’ environmental scandals, and is also co-founder of Farmsubsidy.org. He is working as an investigator on national projects for Investigative Reporting Denmark.

Email: oj@dmjx.dk

Oluf Jørgensen is a specialist in media law and Head of Research at the Danish School of Media and Journalism. He will be contributing with his expertise on research where media law is relevant – such as public access to documents and publishing. He works as a media law advicer for Investigative Reporting Denmark.

Editorial board


What we do

Background for the centre: Investigative journalism under pressure

Regulations for the centre

Danske Bank, Regnr Kontonr: 3001 11205143 (Donate)
IBAN nr: DK3230000011205143

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/InvestigativeReportingDenmark
Twitter: @cird2012

Address: Ellebjergvej 25 | DK-8240 Risskov

Tlf. + 45 40 45 76 07 | cird2012@gmail.com

We are registrated as an association in the Danish Business Register, cvr, with 34752923. Look here.

According to Danish Press Law we are registrated as a media with Bruno Ingemann as responsible editor for content (ansvarshavende redaktør).
See number 189 on this list.

We have registrated editorial databases at the Danish Authority for Data, Datatilsynet. See number 31.