Tag Archives: Leila Haddou

I’m organising a data journalism conference next month (come!)

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The Guardian, Times, BBC, Telegraph and Reach (formerly Trinity Mirror) will all be speaking at the third Data Journalism UK conference on May 3 at the BBC in Salford.

Tickets are available here including early bird and afternoon-only options. There are also bursaries available for people on low incomes or from under-represented groups.

As well as industry panels there will be practical sessions to help skill up in data journalism.

The event has sold out in its first two years, so it’s worth booking early if you can. Continue reading

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How we did it: investigating Nigerian football agents

Last year I was part of a team — with Yemisi Akinbobola and  Ogechi Ekeanyawu — that won a CNN MultiChoice African Journalist of the Year award for an investigation into Nigerian football agents. The project, funded by Journalismfund.eu, and also available in an immersive longform version, combined data journalism and networked production with on-the-ground reporting. Here are some of the lessons we drew from the project… Continue reading

An investigation into football agents – and funding for Flemish-African projects

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For the last few months I have been working on an investigation into football agents with the rather wonderful Nigerian journalists Yemisi Akinbobola and Ogechi Ekeanyawu. You can now read the resulting story on both IQ4News and Nigeria’s Premium Times. Continue reading