Data Journalism Handbook in Arabic and English
Al Jazeera Media Institute has published a Data Journalism Handbook and it is written by Al Jazeeras data journalist Mohammed Haddad from their interactive team: https://twitter.com/ajlabs
The handbook goes through all the steps from finding a story to presentation, and it starts with trying to kill some myths about data journalism, one is: "Data journalists are not real journalists, they’re only interested in numbers, not telling stories."
One of the examples in the book is Broken Homes from 2016 where journalists from Al Jazeera worked together with United Nations to track all the home demolitions in East Jerusalem: https://interactive.aljazeera.com/aje/2017/jerusalem-2016-home-demolitions/index.html
If you have missed the re-launch of https://datajournalism.com you should check it out. They have really good long reads about data journalism, a community and video courses.
What does data have to do with feminism? A lot, according to the authors of this book. The book is not published yet, or it is but not the final version, a draft is published for everyone to comment and the comments are almost as interesting as the book itself: https://bookbook.pubpub.org/data-feminism