Earlier this year, we received some funding to explore the governance details of how to put ‘people at the centre of data management’.
From the Blog on data portability
Those of you who have used shared files, you’ll be familiar with the access request. Sometimes it’s annoying. Other times it’s a saving grace.
Governance needs to address both the technical and the human. Otherwise there will be lots of phone ringing and no one picking up.
Many of us do not surprises. Almost all of us do not like negative surprises – from surprise parties, to car break downs, and yes, our data.
A brilliant job is open for recruitment and join us in shaping and imporiving data responsibility in the humanitarian industry
Exploration projects are hard. They are about trying to find a way through a challenge. Failing more than succeeding.
Carrying a perscription around was a basic form of data portability. I was the courier and the keeper of the keys.
Our kids like scavenger hunts. The cards are ‘centrally’ controlled while where the child finds the ‘treasure’ is mostly up to them.
Is a list of unique individuals affected by a crisis more of a ’emperor has no clothes’ moment than the holy grail we think it is?