EVENT: Webinar on Using Tools to Enable Responsible Data for Children
On Tuesday, 8 March 2022, RD4C will provide additional guidance on how to use these tools with a special 90-minute webinar...
Posted on 28th of February 2022 by Andrew Zahuranec
Since its formal launch in November 2019, the Responsible Data for Children initiative (RD4C) by The GovLab and UNICEF has sought to provide guidance, tools and leadership to support the responsible handling of data for and about children. This work has included case studies on UNICEF projects around the globe, selected readings on important issues facing the field, blogs on new developments, and—prominently—tools that practitioners in the field can use to promote the responsible use of data in the contexts they work.
On Tuesday, 8 March 2022, RD4C will provide additional guidance on how to use these tools with a special 90-minute webinar open to UNICEF, its partners, and all those working on issues related to children’s data protection. Led by The GovLab’s Stefaan Verhulst and Andrew J. Zahuranec and UNICEF’s Eugenia Olliaro, attendees will learn how to use various tools, including:
- RD4C Data Ecosystem Mapping Tool;
- RD4C Decision Provenance Mapping;
- Ethical Assessment – Data for Children Collaborative with UNICEF;
- RD4C Opportunity and Risk Diagnostic; and
- 22 Questions to Assess Responsible Data for Children.
During the first hour, Stefaan, Eugenia, and Andrew will explain what risks and opportunities these tools address, demonstrating to participants how to use them. In the final 30 minutes, participants will hear from Alessandra Fassio of Data for Children Collaborative with UNICEF on how her institution has used RD4C tools to support its work.
The webinar will be recorded and published on the RD4C site and YouTube page. All those interested can learn more register for the event here.
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