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.
From the Blog on informed consent
Consent assumes two or more equals are engaging. When we distribute aid, we require an exchange of information for the aid. We are bartering.
Audits almost always check that consent was collected. But rarely, if ever, do they check if appropriate awareness was created.
Improving the operationalisation of responsible data practices within our projects can feel like an unattainable goal. Here are 3 options to start.
How can we evaluate informed consent?Isn’t and wasn’t the point of informed consent to improve our practices and behaviours?
A lot of time and energy is spent debating informed consent focusing on the consent part. What would happen if we focused on the informing part?
Consent mapping is part of business process mapping. We can become more efficient and improve the quality of consent, if we map it and measure it.
Consent in the COVID age is challenging, so in a small to help people think this through & give practical suggestions, I put together a short little guide.
May we have a copy of it? There might be others who come asking the same questions; we’d like to give them information without answering the questions again