To mark World Press Freedom Day, ICFJ Knight Fellows Catherine Gicheru and Temi Adeoye discuss how data-driven civic tools are expanding media freedom in Kenya and Nigeria.
Journalists on the U.S.–Mexico border need a bi-national, bilingual perspective while also risking danger to themselves. Here's how they can stay safer.
At the Open Data Festival in Sierra Leone, members of the Code for Africa team ran several data literacy workshops — learning several lessons themselves along the way.
An upcoming webinar on water and sanitation reporting on April 28, the Panama Papers story triggers government probe and more from the Knight Fellows in this week’s roundup.
ICFJ Knight Fellows share lessons learned from their experiences as media innovators in Latin America.
A look behind-the-scenes at how more than 300 reporters from 100 newsrooms carried out the biggest leak in data journalism history.
Africans named in leaked documents probed by ANCIR, Kenyan initiative fact-checks financial news and more from the Knight Fellows in this week’s roundup.
How ICFJ Knight Fellow Nasr ul Hadi "hacked the culture" of The Hindustan Times' newsroom.
What deep ideas lie behind the pragmatic field of data-driven journalism? A new book from Tow Center Fellow Jonathan Stray gives a useful look into how data works.
A new Code for South Africa tool shows how many minutes (or hours) people work to pay taxes each day and how much of the day they spend "working for themselves."
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