How can development practitioners and academics tackle privacy challenges together? (Event)


/ January 30, 2015

oii_logoThe Oxford Internet Institute is holding an event in Oxford on 10 February on how NGOs can work with academics to tackle privacy and security challenges when it comes to effective management of data. Amy O’Donnell of Oxfam, who recently shared her experiences on creating an organisational responsible data policy on our blog, will be speaking at the event:

As Oxfam are in the process of applying a Responsible Data Policy, how can we learn from and support one another, particularly when it comes to guidance and what policy means in practice?

Location: Oxford Internet Institute, 1 St Giles, Oxford OX1 3JS

Please email your name and affiliation to events@oii.ox.ac.uk or telephone +44 (0)1865 287210.

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Tom started out writing and editing for newspapers, consultancies and think tanks on topics including politics and corruption in sub-Saharan Africa and Asia, then moved into designing and managing election-related projects in countries including Myanmar, Bangladesh, Rwanda and Bolivia. After getting interested in what data and technology could add in those areas and elsewhere, he made a beeline for The Engine Room. Tom is trying to read all of the Internet, but mostly spends his time picking out useful resources and trends for organisations using technology in their work.

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