The Sigma Awards Projects Database
The Sigmas 2023 Shortlist
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When people apply to the Sigma Awards, they are required to share more than a description of their work. We ask about the technologies used, the impact reached, the challenges encountered, and more. We also gather data on countries and organizations represented.
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Here are the winners of the Sigma Awards 2022 competition
At the beginning of the year, we received 603 entries from all over the world, representing the work of hundreds of data journalists done throughout the year 2021. In March 2022 we revealed the top 100 projects submitted to the competition in the Sigmas 2022 shortlist. Now we are proud to present to you the 12 winners of this year’s competition.
Congratulations to the winners and to all those who’ve sent their projects in! You’ve helped us compile the best data-driven projects of the past year, an invaluable contribution that helps us monitor the evolution of our field.
86 organizations, in 28 countries across 6 regions were represented in this year’s Sigma Awards Shortlist, which is a great illustration that data journalism is still thriving worldwide despite the challenges
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