Our choice of data-driven coverage on European affairs, useful apps and online tools
British journalist Nic Newman analyzed a study conducted as part of the Reuters Institute's Digital News Report 2018 on information sites in Europe that have or support a political agenda and an explicit ideological position.
Die Zeit has created an interactive tool to let readers evaluate the impact that the possible abolition of the bi-annual time changes may have.
Attacks on Jews, notably in France and in Germany, have risen in the latest years.
Nicolas Kayser-Bril has collected data on fatalties and casualties in several Euroepan cities to determine in wich ones cyclists are more likely to get hurt.
Facing rising hostility in Western Europe, migrants are massively overrepresented in the region's World Cup's teams, compared with the overall population.
Compiled by United for Intercultural Action, the List tallies all the refugees and migrants who have died trying to reach Europe.
A Pew Research Center survey has sought to gauge public opinion on Muslims and Jews, immigrants and immigration, and nationalism and national identity in 15 Western European countries.
Carbon Brief has mapped the past, present and future of all the world’s coal-fired power stations.
There is no automatic assimilation of immigrants and their descendants into the same patterns of employment as natives, Eurofound researchers argue.
Greenpeace has just published its first ranking of the most virtuous European cities in terms of mobility and the fight against air pollution.