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Ethical and Responsible Data Usage – considerations for small charities

14/10/2020 @ 14:00 - 16:00

About this Event: A couple of years ago we will all have reviewed our data collection and data usage in terms of compliance with the incoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). But as small charities and community groups, often working with a range of vulnerable client groups and collecting personal sensitive data, there may be more to think about than just the legalities.

What will be covered:

  • GDPR principles and legal basis for data processing (a brief review)
  • Research ethics appropriate for small charities
  • Other Responsible data use considerations
  • Informed consent
  • Data sharing

The session will be interactive so come prepared to discuss issues you are facing within your organisation. They will also be sharing some practical templates for you to take back to your organisation and use when planning future projects and related data usage.

Is this course for me?: This course is for anyone who works for a small charity or community group in London and wants to check they are following best practice when working with their data. Participants will need to join from a laptop or PC to participate in the hands on exercises using templates shared during the session.

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Format: Online interactive group training: This is an online interactive live training session. You’ll take part in multiple interactive exercises. These may include breakout room discussions, use of collaborative tools and polls or quizzes. You’ll be asked to complete individual tasks online or offline, which may include peer-group feedback. You may also be asked to complete a task before or after the session. They are trying there best to give you a good classroom experience. Please join with video and bring your ideas, creativity, and challenges to share.

Trainer/s: Christine Goodall is Network Coordinator of the HEAR Equality and Human Rights Network. She also has considerable experience in social science and voluntary sector research, with an emphasis on research methods with communities where inclusive and ethical practice is particularly important.

Kate White has managed Superhighways for over 20 years and has extensive experience in supporting small charities and community organisations to be more efficient and effective using digital technology for social impact.

Alice Linell is the Superhighways Data and Evaluation Adviser, supporting small charities and community groups to gain skills and better use data to help shape and develop services, and to influence others.

More about the programme: This training event forms part of the Datawise London programme, funded by City Bridge Trust as part of the Cornerstone Fund. London’s community data is one of our greatest assets. Our mission at Datawise is to help you unlock it.

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Details

Date:
14/10/2020
Time:
14:00 - 16:00
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