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Engagement journalism treats its readers and viewers as citizens, and as active participants rather than passive audiences.

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InfoNile is a cross-border group of geojournalists with a mission to uncover critical stories on water issues in the Nile River Basin through data-based multimedia storytelling.

The Continent

The Continent is an award-winning African newspaper, designed to be read and shared on WhatsApp.

Missing Them

The City's crowdsourced, data-driven obituaries for New Yorkers who have died from COVID-19


J++ is an international team of data journalism specialists, with offices in Stockholm and Porto. The team integrates experts in research, data analysis, data-driven storytelling, newsroom programming and full-stack design.

Arena Housing Project

Open collaborative network for journalists and other researches, experts and engaged people working on housing across Europe


HealthTools gives citizens localised answers to everyday health challenges via SMS and the web to help the mwananchi get the best medical care. Data is from reputable official sources, with additional crowd verification

Block Party

We make local policy information accessible and byte-sized, with a weekly email of your community board’s most recent meeting highlights and transcript data.

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