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Mapping Migrant Deaths in Singapore

Data Journalism Data Journalism Top 10

Data Journalism Top 10: Migrant Deaths, Alps Skiing, Ukraine’s Outages, Deadly Deer

Our weekly NodeXL and human curation of the most popular data journalism stories looks at mapping migrant deaths in Singapore, tracking Russian airstrikes and Ukraine power outages, “authorized deforestation” in Mali and Côte D’Ivoire, and analysis of the best value when skiing in Switzerland.

Chinese fishing trawlers in South China Sea

Case Studies News & Analysis

How an Award-Winning, Cross-Border Project Investigated on the Open Ocean

Fourteen newsrooms and independent journalists from 13 countries collaborated on the Oceans, Inc. project, to uncover stories about illegal fishing and forced slavery on the South China Sea and the oceans near Antarctica. Their cross-border reporting won the 2022 SOPA Award for Excellence in Reporting on the Environment.

News & Analysis

From Paraguay to Palestine: 16 New Journalism Groups Join GIJN

GIJN’s latest membership class includes its first two members from Francophone Africa and three new members in the Middle East/North Africa. They range from investigative newsrooms and media development groups to university-based centers and cross-border networks. GIJN also welcomed members from six previously unrepresented countries: Cameroon, Malta, Paraguay, Palestine, Senegal, and the Slovak Republic.

News & Analysis

Three Investigations that Explored the Devastating Blast that Rocked Beirut

On the evening of August 4, 2020, a devastating blast at the port in Beirut shook the Lebanese capital. It was one of the largest non-nuclear explosions in history. GIJN spoke to three outlets whose investigations all played a pivotal role in understanding what led to the explosion and why a ship and its deadly cargo were stuck at the port for so long.

How They Did It News & Analysis

How They Did It: Collaborating Across a Continent on Latin America’s Untold Migrant Stories

In the project Migrantes de otro mundo — Migrants from Another World — a team of more than 40 journalists in more than a dozen countries decided to collaborate to tell the untold story of the migrants from Asia and Africa who travel through Latin America each year. As the creators of the project put it: “By its wandering nature, migration is a story that can only be properly told through collaboration.”

Case Studies

How Lava Jato Brought Together Latin America’s Investigative Journalists

To expose the massive, cross-border corruption scandal that came to be known as Operação Lava Jato, or Operation Car Wash, journalists from across Latin America had to find ways to work together. In the process, they transformed investigative journalism in the region. GIJN Spanish Editor Catalina Lobo-Guerrero wrote the story of their epic collaboration.