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Community Call: Data Responsibility in Public-Private Partnerships

OCHA’s Centre for Humanitarian Data

Note: This is not a NetHope webinar, and is posted as a courtesy to our audience.

OCHA’s Centre for Humanitarian Data invites you to take part in a Community Call on Data Responsibility in Public-Private Partnerships. The call will take place on 21 March, 9:30 - 10:30 EDT / 2:30 - 3:30 CET, accessible via the dial-in details below. The Community Call is open to the public, so please feel free to share this invite within your networks.

The Community Call aims to foster an informed and balanced debate around the topic of Data Responsibility in Public-Private Partnerships in the humanitarian sector. Specifically, the Call will explore the following questions:

  • What are the characteristics of responsible and sustainable models for collaboration between humanitarian actors and private sector entities vis-a-vis data management?
  • How can humanitarians assess and balance expected benefits against potential risks when deciding to collaborate with the private sector?
  • What mechanisms are most appropriate for transparency, accountability, and learning around responsible public-private collaboration at the sector level?

The Community Call will be moderated by the Centre and feature ignite-style presentations and a moderated discussion from a panel of experts representing the humanitarian community, private sector, civil society, academia, and government. Ample time will be reserved for interactive Q&A session with participants. Additional information including a more detailed agenda and names of the panelists will be shared prior to the call.

This Community Call will be moderated by Sarah Telford and Stuart Campo, Centre for Humanitarian Data.

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