Project Type: Data Visualisation

This two day event, which took place in Berlin on March 19th and 20th, was organised by Open Knowledge and facilitated by FabRiders. It aimed to strengthen the ability of data trainers to evaluate the impact of their trainings and share learnings with peers based on those evaluations. Ultimately the event aimed strengthen the […]

Measuring the Impact of Data Trainings

This series of five webinars created for the National Democratic Institute aims to provide participants with a framework for using data in advocacy. Content covers how to create an effective advocacy strategy that will be supported by data, finding data, creating a story or narrative from data and making compelling […]

Data Advocacy Webinar Series

We helped Article 19 develop an infographic called “Recipe for Online Repression,” that accompanies it’s report on the Iranian Computer Crimes Law.  The report and the info-graphic reveal the brutal repercussions for those seeking freedom of expression on the internet in Iran. We were fortunate to collaborate with the brain […]

Article 19’s Recipe for Online Repression

This data visualisation for Global Witness maps the routes of illegal timber coming out of Liberia to highlight the implications of a new EU law that forbids the import of illegally sourced timber.  Fabriders worked closely with the Global Witness team on readying their data and copy, and then engaged […]

Where has Liberia’s Illegal Timber Gone?

This project was developed and implemented while working as a staff for Tactical Technology Collective. This inititiative involved working with two sex-worker collectives in India and Cambodia to explore how community-based organisations can use data and evidence in their advocacy. This two-and-a-half year project was a collaboration between Durbar Mahila Samanwaya […]

Visualising Sex Worker Advocates’ Evidence on Violence