Matchmaking enables Den members to kickstart, further, and expand collaborations.
Do you have a great idea for a data journalism project, but are lacking resources to start it? Den members will be able to present project ideas, and issue calls for their project: for advice, funding, and teammates.
Once a project is live on the platform, post updates on the project page, for your followers – other Den members wanting to receive updates on your progress and sharing advice and recommendations – to be notified.
Or are you interested in contributing to a project? Use the search to look for projects with specific demands, click ‘Contribute’, and once the project leader adds you to the project, you’re in.
Register to the Den to create, join or follow projects.
Project by Natalie Holmes Germany
DangerousTech is a small non-profit organisation based in Berlin. We create content and events based around tech for social good. We are planning a series of workshops to invigorate and enrich Berlin’s thriving innovation landscape – and develop emerging fields of knowledge. Our first workshop will be a data-driven storytelling workshop, which will include one full day on data journalism (the basics) and one another on data viz. We are therefore seeking experts who can lead the sessions.
Project by Ewa Modrzejewska Poland
Call for academic/scientific papers
“Numbers don’t lie”, “Figures speak for themselves” – it seems that in our common-sense perception there is a distinction between the rhetoric-laden verbal expression and the neutral, transparent numerical argument. But are numbers always more credible than words?
Project by Saimi Reyes Carmona / Supported by Postdata.club Cuba
This project aims to be an in-depth analysis of Cuban cinema, and investigate how Cuban cinematography handles sexual and gender issues. It will also be a journey through the history of Cuban cinema, and the evolution of the nude in filmography.
We invite colleagues from all over the world to join the project, to make a broader analysis that includes other cinematographies.
Project by Daniel Lapidus / Supported by Datastory Sweden
Datastory is a non-profit organization dedicated to developing apps and stories that everyone can use to understand and improve our society. Our platform is currently available in a beta version for a Swedish audience but will expand to an English-speaking audience during 2018.
Project by jp marin diaz / Supported by Datasketch Colombia
We want to ride the wave of the World Cup to talk about gender inequality, from salary gaps and access in sports for women and LGBT community, to public policy on gender violence and equality.
Project by Denis Bezyzvestnykh Russian Federation
WikiTies.org will be an open encyclopedia that allows journalists anywhere in the world to find out connections between people and organizations, in order to investigate corruption and other crimes.
Project by Miodrag Marković Serbia
I am trying to establish the first dedicated data/interactive journalism newsroom in Serbia called “Data News Lab Serbia”.
Project by Friedrich Lindenberg / Supported by OCCRP Bosnia and Herzegovina
OCCRP Data is a deep web search engine for investigative reporters. We’re working to index public and leaked information from all across the world: email dumps, company registries, land records, procurement data — all available at the click of a button. This way, when you’re trying to background a company or a person, you don’t have to go through hundreds of nasty government sites and leaks you forgot you’d downloaded.
Project by Teemu Henriksson / Supported by the International Center for Journalists
The International Center for Journalists seeks outstanding applicants with a strong background in data journalism for a one-year ICFJ Knight Fellowship to promote data-driven reporting techniques in Central and Eastern Europe.
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