Data simplified. Protection amplified. An essential conversation for CVA practitioners.
As humanitarian aid becomes increasingly remote and digitized in the pandemic, and data is both a commodity and a weapon, how do we protect those we aim to help? More than ever, data must be treated as an extension of the individual and as an essential part of humanitarian protection.
CaLP’s March 11 2021 involved a fascinating and very useful conversation on this topic with a range of experts and also coincided with the launch of a new publication: “Data Responsibility Toolkit: A Guide for CVA Practitioners” and two accompanying case studies.