Oxpeckers Learning Kit

Resources and learning material from our projects are shared here in the interests of advancing data journalism and environmental reporting around the globe. These include videos, articles and documents describing how our tools can be used, first-hand experiences from data journalists we have worked with, media coverage of our work and the legal processes involved in combating environmental crimes. 

Tips & Tools

Tips and Tools for data journalists

Handy tips and tools for reporters interested in data journalism

#WildEye Southern Africa: Using the law to access data for combating wildlife crime

Legal experts from the Legal Resource Centre South Africa provide the basics for using the law in accessing wildlife crime data.

#WildEye Europe: Using the law to access wildlife & environmental crime data

A presentation by UK-based legal expert Dr Caroline Cox, from the Portsmouth Law School, provides the basics for using the law in accessing wildlife and environmental crime data.

#PowerTracker: Financing renewable energy projects in Southern Africa

A presentation by Dr Mary Stewart, CEO of Energetics, provides an overview of how renewable energy projects in Southern Africa are created, managed and financed.

Learning Journey

#WildEye Southern Africa: Our learning journey

Five data journalists from Southern Africa present their learning journey

#WildEye Southern Africa: Learning Narrative

A detailed narrative of the learning involved in completing the #WildEye Southern Africa course

Community of Practice

#WildEye Europe: Using the law to access wildlife & environmental crime data

A presentation by UK-based legal expert Dr Caroline Cox, from the Portsmouth Law School, provides the basics for using the law in accessing wildlife and environmental crime data.

Video Library

Webinars

Tips & Tools

Community of Practice

Learning Journey


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