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Fukushima: The Real Story Was In the Data

Yoichiro Tateiwa had had the data for years before he actually noticed what it had been trying to tell him all along: On March 12 of 2011 the radiation level in Tokyo was ten times higher than the safety limit. Until now the Japanese goverment has claimed that they don’t know anything about risen levels in their capital. With Tateiwas data the public now will. Continue Reading →

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One-on-One Mentoring at IJAsia18: Data Journalism and Sustainable Journalism

NOTE: The mentoring application deadline was September 22. Applications are now closed. We will let successful applicants know by the end of September if you have received a mentoring session. GIJN is excited to offer one-on-one mentoring on data journalism and sustainable journalism practices at the upcoming Asian Investigative Journalism Conference in Seoul this October 5-7. These special sessions are in addition to our regular panels and workshops, and are designed to give personalized feedback and advice on the challenges you and your organization face. Continue Reading →

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One-on-One Mentoring at IJAsia18: Data Journalism and Sustainable Journalism

GIJN is excited to offer one-on-one mentoring on data journalism and sustainable journalism practices at the upcoming Asian Investigative Journalism Conference in Seoul this October 5-7. These special sessions are in addition to our regular panels and workshops, and are designed to give personalized feedback and advice on the challenges you and your organization face. Continue Reading →

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One Man’s Mission to Spread Data Journalism Across Southeast Asia

Despite increasing state-control, violence against journalists and other threats to press freedom, Southeast Asian journalists are increasingly delving into data journalism and other forms of innovative storytelling and creating a greater impact than ever before — thanks in no small part to Malaysian data journalist Kuang Keng Kuek Ser. Continue Reading →

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