Our choice of data-driven coverage on European affairs, useful apps and online tools
A data-driven story published on El Diario uncovers the relationship between poverty and electoral turnout rates.
Some 10 percent of Austrian citizens agree with manifest anti semitic statements or question the existence of the Holocaust.
EUfactcheck is an initiative developed by the European Journalism Training Association, bringing together more than twenty European journalism schools.
The Guardian combines academic know-how and beautiful infographics to shed light on the evolution of populism on a global scale.
A tracker based on data from the Poll of Polls project casts a new light on the clash between pro-EU and illiberal forces within the European Parliament.
The Platform for the Protection of Journalism and Safety of Journalists of the Council of Europe published its 2019 Annual Report. The analysis uncovers the state of the art of the (un)safety of journalists across Europe.
A study based on Twitter data highlights distinct levels of interaction between MEPs ahead of the European electoral campaign.
Maps are among the most powerful data-visualisation tools. Yet, global charts sometimes risk spurring the wrong public debate.
An interactive map and a fact-checking analysis highlight the geography of violent acts against protesters in France since November 2018.
Transparency International released its latest Corruption Perception Index. It mentions “vulnerable EU institutions”, the rise of “populist leaders” and the lack of “whiste-blower protections” as critical elements in Europe.