Code of conduct for digital crowdsourcing projects

/ February 3, 2015

A code of conduct for digital crowd-sourcing projects in the humanitarian, development and human rights spaces, setting out a list of things that any organization that launches a digital crowdsourcing project must and should do.

Where does it live: The code is set out in this open, editable Google Doc.
Where this comes from: The code was drafted by Kate ChapmanBrooke Simons and Patrick Meier.
Status: This resource is accepting comments on the Google Doc.

About the contributor

Maya is an interdisciplinary technologist, researcher and improvisational electronic musician based in Berlin. In 2012, she worked with Development Seed, building websites and interactive maps. Later, she worked as a research assistant for Gabriella Coleman investigating the politics of hackers, and as a radio show host for a feminist, artist-run centre. She is now working with organizations of all sizes to influence their security culture, in addition to managing and developing new internal tech processes for a distributed organization.

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