IRCKHF

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.

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Bronwen Robertsona-18
AWO

Early and Forced Marriage in Jordan among Syrian Refugees

In 2018 there were more than 650,000 Syrian refugees living in Jordan and over 80% of those live below the poverty line. AWO learned to use data to influence dialogue about child marriage amongst the large Syrian refugee community in Jordan.

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Bronwen Robertsona-18
ARIJ

Press Freedom in Jordan

The ARIJ team wanted to explore how the Jordanian authorities control the press. The overhaul of the Press and Publications Law in 2012, and the implementation of Cybercrimes Law (2015) and its 2018 amendments significantly curtail freedom of expression, but this is a little known fact amongst Jordanians.

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Bronwen Robertsona-18
Rasheed TI-JO

Documenting Corruption

Jordanians feel that corruption is just a part of the system and that little can be done to change it. Rasheed TI-JO came to DATA4CHANGE to seek a different way of presenting its data and getting citizens to care about the corruption they face.

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Bronwen Robertsona-18
Amnesty International

The Welcome Index

An interactive data visualisation plotting the results of a global survey of more than 27,000 people which explores how welcoming people are of others who are fleeing war and persecution.

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Bronwen Robertsonb-16
Support Yemen

Forgotten Yemen: Raining Lead

Despite frequent drone strikes, in 2016, Yemen is being pushed further and further out of the headlines while the crisis continues to grow.

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Bronwen Robertsonb-16
KACE, Sudan

We Are Sudan

A platform and community concept rallying around the results of an opinion poll that starkly contrast with the Sudanese government’s official line.

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Bronwen Robertsonb-16