Our core feature
Raw and aggregated data from Social Media based on specific topics and specific communities
Unrestricted access to raw and aggregated datasets via advanced search page for immediate download
Free, easily downloadable and customizable deep insights for various publishing scenarios
A highly advanced and interactive analysis tool for facilitating in-depth data investigation and exploration
About the initiative
A collaborative work between DW Akademie and SocialLab to provide credible raw and aggregated data from Social Networks about crisis-related topics like COVID and Migration to support media practitioners and researchers with free access to public data
The platform was initiated to highlight the marginalized and vulnerable communities in the age of crisis. (i.e. Refugees and Migrants)
What does Data For Crisis offer?
Provides comprehensive analysis to uncover hidden trends and patterns in community social media data in many languages and dialects
Enables users to access relevant data with ease through its advanced search functionalities and flexible data export options.
Provides various options, including CSV, JSON, and XML, for easy data use by journalists and researchers
Allows creation of appealing, interactive stories to aid understanding and sharing.
Regular aggregation and enrichment of data streamed from the public media highlighting the community activity and sentiment
Visualization and Graphics
Dynamic and intuitive visual representation of data for easy understanding, advanced filters, and graphical export options.
Who is this Platform for?
The "Data for Crisis" platform targets journalists, researchers and humanitarian practitioners who need more data and insights for effective reporting and interventions. Refugee community representatives, migrants communities as well as the hosting communities can also use the platform to collect the facts they need to advocate for the needs and issues relevant to them.
- Individuals: Journalists, Researchers, Practitioners
- Organizations: Media outlets, Newsrooms, Agencies