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Journalists Imprisoned in 2018 Friday 14 December 2018 - Infographic

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Call for Participants: Data-driven Storytelling about Human Rights training course - Training

Are you a young media-maker, designer/developer/programmer or human rights activist? Are you concerned about the human rights and feel passionate for data-driven journalism? Do you want to learn how to use innovative storytelling forms? Then this call is for you! 

Political Ads on Facebook - Monitoring tool

ProPublica has launched a database of political ads showed on Facebook, including each ad's targeting details.

Data-Driven Investigations - Training

This course will give participants an opportunity to brush up on core data skills and combine them with advanced internet research for rich, in-depth investigations

Finding Stories With Data - Training

An introduction to the techniques of data journalism

Introduction to Code for Journalists - Training

Want to take your first steps with code, but not sure how to begin? Or learn how code is being used in the newsroom and if it can help you and your team?

Finding Stories With Data - Training

An introduction to the techniques of data journalism

Data-Driven Investigations - Training

This course will give participants an opportunity to brush up on core data skills and combine them with advanced internet research for rich, in-depth investigations

Finding Stories With Data - Training

An introduction to the techniques of data journalism

Troll Factories: The Internet Research Agency and State-Sponsored Agenda Building - Academic Sources

Darren L. Linvill and Patrick L. Warren (Clemson University) published a working paper about the methods used by the Internet Research Agency, a Russia-sponsored troll group