We need to want to create awareness and understanding. Not to comply with some regulation or legalality, but we actually need to care.
From the Blog on awareness
Visualisations do not have to be boring. This is true for all forms of communication, but especially in digital literacy and rights.
In a crisis, people have a high degree of anxiety and their bodies are on ‘high alert’. Here are a few activities to help reduce anxiety.
most of us who made new year’s resolutions no longer keep them. Often policies and standards have a ‘resolution’ feeling to them.
Trust is often viewed as woolly, intangible, hard to measure, which it is, but that doesn’t mean it might just be the most important thing we have.
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We can debate if informed and meaningful consent is a thing or even possible. Or we can go out of our way to be clear about what data is being collected, why, what we do with it, and what people's rights are. Not in fine print, but boldly, loudly, creatively,...
Here are some things that provide witness ethical, rights-respecting development and humanitarian data practice
The recent events in Afghanistan are not just about Afghanistan, but rather about how we work and the ecosystem in which we work. Here are 10 things to do.