This free platform will help journalists, aid workers and others access, fact-check and interpret data related to international development efforts, boosting transparency and accountability.
ICFJ Knight Fellow Raymond Joseph highlights the importance of outreach and training to introduce new data tools to journalists.
IJNet rounds up four free tools for journalists who want to avoid the pitfalls of plagiarism.
In line with the Global High Level Conference on Road Safety in Brasilia, Brazil, ICFJ and WHO educate journalists on how to find stories within WHO’s newly-released road safety report.
NICAR-Learn, a new platform for on-demand data journalism learning, offers online tutorials on using Excel, tapping into your command line and more.
Knight International Journalism Award winner and Cuban journalist Yoani Sánchez tells IJNet how she is making her digital news outlet 14ymedio into a blueprint for the future of independent media in Cuba.
IJNet talked to developer Serah Njambi-Rono about Code for Africa's data bootcamps, which have been held in collaboration with the World Bank Institute in Pakistan, Uruguay and across Africa.
For Syrian journalist Zaina Erhaim, safety is never guaranteed. She recently spoke with IJNet about how she reports on the violence of her country and teaches fellow citizens to do the same.
Data visualizations and stories from a recent open data event, last chance to attend the Chicas Poderosas conference in Mexico and more from the Knight Fellows in this week’s roundup.
Check out these promising courses, fellowships and competitions with deadlines in November. Each is open to journalists worldwide.
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