The Shortlist: Humanitarian
The Shortlisted entries in our 'Humanitarian' category will open your eyes to some of the world's greatest needs - let these masterfully designed works of dataviz inspire you to go out and make a difference, in whatever way you are able.
By Sergio Galán, Victor Valles, Ferran Morales, Ignasi Mayor, Amanda Figueras, Aránzazu Cruz, Mª Carmen Peñaranda, María Luisa Ocaña & Camino Prieto with PorCausa, Medialab Prado & Visualizar
By Aditya Jain
By Christian Siegrist, Gerhard Bliedung, Luc Guillemot, Peter Gassner, Tomas Carnecky, Ece Kavlak, John Moores & Alex Serafini Swanepoel at Interactive Things
By Adina Renner at Aalto University
By Nick Evershed, Andy Ball, Lorena Allam, Calla Wahlquist, Charlotte Allingham, Jack Banister & Miles Herbert at Guardian Australia
By Chiara Kühne at Interactive Things
By Vera Institute Of Justice
By Julia Wolfe & Oliver Roeder at FiveThirtyEight
By Simon Scarr, Christian Inton, Jin Wu, Weiyi Cai & Karishma Singh at Reuters
By Weiyi Cai, Simon Scarr & Darren Schuettler at Reuters
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I'm shortlisted - what happens next?
We've emailed all shortlisted entrants with next steps including invites to the NYC ceremony, taking place the evening of Tuesday, 4th December. If you're shortlisted but haven't heard from us by 11.59 (PST) Fri 12 Oct, it's probably because we don't have up-to-date contacts for you – so drop us a line.
Not shortlisted but want to find out the results live - and brush shoulders with the winners - at the NYC ceremony? We’re making available a limited number of tickets (including canapés and a welcoming drink) - book here.
:: See the 2017 winners