Join the directory
Journalists collect more data, in more places than ever before. While we all know now that data is valuable, we don't all have the skills to make sense of it. Whether a journalist in Kiev finding a trove of paper documents or a reporter in Algiers being given a database on a CD-ROM, you can sometimes use help from a developer, a statistician or a designer to get the most out of your data. Perhaps the only thing you need is context on the specifics of the statistics office in Canberra. Or help making sense of documents in a language you don't understand.
This is why
, a network of datajournalism agencies, wants to build a directory of data-driven journalists. The directory lists their skills, preferred location and PGP key in an easy to use format. When faced with a data trove, any journalist, anywhere, can now securely reach out to a colleague who'll help her make sense of data.
The project is maintained by
. You can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please help us map the global data journalists network and fill out our
Global Data Journalists Directory
A Journalism++ project