Last year the Open Knowledge Foundation worked with the European Journalism Centre to publish the Data Journalism Handbook, a free, openly licensed reference book showing journalists how to use data to improve the news.
The fact that the book is openly licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Sharealike license has enabled various translation and localisation initiatives to bring its contents to new audiences around the world.
As well as translations of the original book chapters, the new edition includes recent examples of data journalism from French and Belgian outlets such as Le Monde, Rue89 and France Info. It is freely available online and the source code is on Github.
If you’re interested in data journalism you can join our data driven journalism mailing list, co-hosted with the European Journalism Centre.