Diaspora Mapping ToolkitCreated by the International Organization for Migration (IOM), this toolkit sets out practical guidance on how to map diasporas in different settings. It includes advice on why mapping should occur, how to do it and what to do with the results. It also includes: indicators and questions for diaspora mapping, and modules on […]
This site was created by investigative journalism produced by Tactical Tech’s Exposing the Invisible project, and licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International license. It aims to get members of the public to think critically about maps when conducting research and investigations and consider ways in which they may not be objective. The site as […]
Released by the Institute For the Study of War, it is possible to download maps for each month of the war and to interact with them to zoom in and look at advances made by specific sides.
Available via the London Picture archive this great image of Civitas Londinium, also known as the Woodcut Map of London, c1561-1570. This edition published c1633, sheet 8, shows ships on the river and if you zoom in the bull and bear baiting rings.
Institute for the Study of War: Interactive Ukraine Map Now available using ArcGis an interactive map of the current situation on the war in Ukraine. It includes maps, Russian claims and Ukraine defence positions. The Methodology is provided. There are also daily static maps on the website.