Organised by DevResults in partnership with Sonjara and SurveyCTO, this recorded panel discussion took place on May 23rd, 2018, two days before the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect. The speakers, Siobhan GReen, Ritika Bhaska, Audra Blanchfield and Britanie Hall discuss the implications of the GDPR for the development sector and shared some of the steps their organisations had taken towards GDPR compliance. They also shared tips and a toolkit to support other organisations become compliant with the new regulations. Key takeaways are summarised in the accompanying blog post by Ritika Bhasker.
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Authors and their affiliation
Speakers: Britanie Hall, Senior Associate at Hogan Lovells; Ritika Bhasker, Data Scientist and Data Protection Officer at DevResults; Siobhan Green, CEO at Sonjara; Audra Blanchfield, Relationship Manager at SurveyCTO
Event organised by DevResults, in partnership with Sonjara & SurveyCTO
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Type of resource
This discussion focuses on actions that the global development community can take in order to be compliant with the GDPR.
The three speakers discuss what their organisations are doing to be compliant, and share some tips and tools that organisations can use.
Who is this resource useful for?
- Advocates for evaluation;
- Commissioners/managers of evaluation;
How have you used or intend on using this resource?
This is useful for M&E professionals dealing with sensitive data in their various projects.
Why would you recommend it to other people?
I would recommend this to those interested in learning more about data responsibility in the global development sector.