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Data Journalism Data Journalism Top 10

Data Journalism Top 10: Gendered Street Names, Remote Work, Heating the US, Oscars History

In the week in which International Women’s Day is celebrated worldwide, data teams around the world took the opportunity to explore issues related to women, whether mapping streets named after women in Europe, analyzing leisure spaces they are able to enjoy in Southeast Asia, or the distances needed to travel for abortion access in the US.

GIJN Webinar: Tips and Tools from Women Investigators

In this GIJN webinar, we bring together three journalists who will offer resources and tips for investigating issues that directly affect women, and that have historically been under-reported. They will offer tips and tools to reporters working in very different contexts, share their advice, and suggest important areas that need to be investigated. 

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GIJN Marks International Women’s Day with Updated Resources for Women Journalists

While female muckrakers are breaking important stories around the world, the obstacles they face in and out of newsrooms can be gender-based, and there are too few networks and resources catering to these issues. So this International Women’s Day GIJN is re-launching an updated version of its guide, “Resources for Women Journalists.”