A project design tool for assessing potential harms associated with specific data points.
This type of resource will give you a different way to approach the decision-making process.
This reference sheet includes a definition of ‘responsible data’ and incentives (carrots and sticks) for NGOs to care about it.
This framework helps you craft appropriate messaging to advocate for responsible data.
This framework includes a rationale for why consent is worthwhile and necessary, and a checklist for developing appropriate consent policies and practices.
A framework for how to advocate for responsible data practices inside your international development organization.
This framework helps you identify what data should be de-identified, and how to do it.
A lightweight tool for data project implementers to help plan their projects and check whether they are being responsible with their data at every step, both for planned and emerging risks.