ICFJ Knight Fellow Adi Eyal has helped launch a data journalism training academy to help South African newsrooms improve data literacy in order to find stories and complement investigations.
How can journalists improve their coverage of early childhood development? A recent ICFJ and World Bank webinar offered guidance.
The "For Peshawar" project commemorates the first anniversary of a terrorist attack that killed 147 people at a Pakistani army school.
How two recent journalism projects in Latin America are bringing the conversation surrounding wealth inequality to a larger audience.
Kenya-based journalist Catherine Gicheru is working to expand use of data in African newsrooms. Here, she shares eight insights on why using data to aid reporting is so crucial for journalists.
In many countries, data journalism is still a little-known term. Here's a look at what beginners can do to get started as data journalists.
How a data team told the story of Ausencias Ignoradas, Turkish media crackdowns and more in this week's Digital Media Mash Up, produced by the Center for International Media Assistance.
Former ICFJ Knight Fellow Raymond Joseph talks with IJNet about how Code for South Africa's Data-Driven Journalism Academy helped its first group of journalists to improve their skills.
Investigative reporters meet in New Orleans this month, the next Media Party planned for Buenos Aires and more from the Knight Fellows in this week’s roundup.
Business reporter Larry Claasen discusses how spreadsheets allow journalists to have greater insights into their relationships with numbers.
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