Year in international CAR
What were the big stories of the year outside of the US? What were the most creative uses of data analysis? See what your international colleagues have been up to and pick up some story ideas at the same time.
John Bones is Managing Director at SKUP, the Norwegian Foundation for Investigative Reporting. He is one of the Nordic data journalism pioneers, and he has been a journalist and editor at VG, the most read daily newspaper in Norway. Has education in history, statistics, nordic languages and french, and realized trainings in Norway, Denmark, Latvia, Nepal, at VVOJ, at Dataharvest, NICAR, IRE and GIJ Conferences.
Marianne Bouchart is a data journalist based in France. She is the manager of the Data Journalism Awards. She is also the founder and director of HEI-DA, a media nonprofit building data journalism, open data and web innovation projects around the world. Before launching HEI-DA, Marianne spent 10 years in London where she worked as a web producer, data journalism and graphics editor for Bloomberg News. She also created the Data Journalism Blog in 2011. @Maid_Marianne
Marina Walker Guevara is the deputy director of the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ). She managed the two largest collaborations of reporters in journalism history: the Pulitzer Prize-winning Panama Papers and the Paradise Papers. She is currently a John S. Knight fellow at Stanford working on the intersection of machine learning and investigative reporting.
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