We are always astounded by the innovation and creativity that gets expressed in such a short time. Each team at a DATA4CHAN.GE workshop explores the dataset of a grassroots CSO, while they work alongside them to bring to life the stories within their statistics.
Every project has a strong story to tell. Click the screens below to explore what's possible to achieve at a DATA4CHAN.GE workshop, and, if you're inspired to put your own skills to good use, why not apply to attend one of our workshops.
What Were They Doing There Anyway?
A powerful and simple concept using technology to empower the voices of victims of sexual harassment in Egypt.
113 stories about children sentenced to death in Iran, using statistics and letters to draw attention to the right to due process.
From Cradle To Grave
An online interactive narrative that tells the story of a Lebanese life through the bribes they are forced to pay.
Imagine If You Were…
Users are asked to enter their age and are matched with a persecuted human rights defender who could be the same age as their child, sibling, or parent.
Egypt’s Protest Ban
Using the visual metaphor of Tahrir Square, this team used data to show the impact of the protest ban in Egypt on the Right to Assembly.
We Are Sudan
A counter-narrative to official data published by the Sudanese government, We Are Sudan used shareable animated GIFs to address a target audience found mainly on WhatsApp.
Don’t Make Us Say We Told You So
A campaign including an animated video using the People’s Under Threat database to show where genocide is most likely to occur next.
We Were The Revolution Too
An exploratory data visualisation about women who have been imprisoned or killed for their political activism, which recognises their contribution to the revolutions in Iran.
Silence Of A Land
Mapping Egypt’s protests through pixels. Who is protesting and why? Track the dot to find out.
Patterns in Legislation
A catalogue of digital rights laws and cases brought to trial in the MENA region, making patterns of behaviour visible, and helping us understand a rapidly changing dynamic.
A global survey of more than 27,000 people that asked respondents how closely they would welcome people feeling war or persecution into their own communities.
The Skies Above
Data from a study assessing the level of PTSD among civiliants living in Yemeni villages below the flightpath of American drones.
An interactive visualisation of drone strikes in Yemen, that shows users the scale of the crisis and the volume of attacks.
They Put Us Here And Forgot About Us.
Homes in so-called ‘unsafe slums’ have been demolished and residents relocated. Their new ‘homes’ are far from essential services and amenities. Explore the impact this has on their lives.
A Boy Called Hamza
This dataset had 150,000 entries, each row representing a person who died during the Syrian war. Their story is told through the eyes of a little boy called Hamza.
Extrajudicial killings and disappearances in Kenya
At DATA4CHANGE HAKI Africa wanted to explore different ways of reporting the violence committed against the communities in the Mombasa region in the build up to the national and presidential elections that were held in 2017.
LGBT discrimination in Tanzania
In Tanzania LGBTQ people face discrimination and persecution. The country’s president John Magufuli, who came to power in 2015, has been leading a crackdown on LGBTQ rights in the country, and homosexuality is now a crime punishable by up to 30 years in prison.
Jordanian perceptions on youth deprived of family ties
Jordanian orphans and children with no family ties face relentless discrimination. Few people will be their friends and getting married or even finding a job can be difficult. IRCKHF work with these children to prepare them for a life outside the care system and attended DATA4CHANGE in the hope to create a data driven advocacy campaign based on data they had collected on this issue.