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.
A look behind-the-scenes at how more than 300 reporters from 100 newsrooms carried out the biggest leak in data journalism history.
With many newspapers strained under shrinking budgets, providing follow-up coverage to news events is becoming less common — but this kind of coverage is more vital than ever.
At the Global Press Institute's recent 10-year anniversary event, editors outlined the organization's strategy for training women to be professional journalists around the world.
Join IJNet for a live chat March 16 at 10 a.m. EST with transparency experts from Access Info Europe and the Sunlight Foundation.
A recent impactAFRICA webinar revealed tips for journalists who use international development data and research to help them better evaluate development projects’ success in their home countries.
CONNECTASHub brings Latin American investigative journalists together, helping them to collaborate, promote their work, search for funding and more.
Mobile app gives a "push" to news, techy tools for elections, and more from the Knight Fellows in this week's roundup.
Municipal financial data isn't the most exciting topic. Here's how Code for South Africa overcame this challenge to produce a high-impact investigative story on the country's skewed traffic fines.
At a recent University of Navarra event, ProPublica's Paul Steiger outlined the company's secrets to success — and discussed how smaller newsrooms can replicate them.
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