This workshop will help you learn about the upcoming changes to Data Protection law (General Data Protection Regulation – GDPR) in relation to evaluation data, for both existing data and future data collection. During the interactive sessions, you will master new terms and concepts covering GDPR, Linked and Open Data, and the role a Theory of Change can play in data strategy design.
This exciting afternoon promises to help you:
- Navigate data collection and evaluation under the GDPR with practical advice and guidance
- Meet (and begin collaborating with) other professionals dealing with data in their day-to-day work
- Get to know leaders in data innovation
- Adrienne Monteath-van Dok from TSIP will introduce the role that a Theory of Change can play in data design. Adrienne will use Camp Ballot, a mock organisation that collects data in real time via SMS to improve the quality of services offered to refugees in refugee camps, to help you work through the data challenges you face with a safe and practical example.
- Jen Williams, Software Developer and Data Consultant from NetworkedPlanet, will further build on this example, explaining the world of Open and Linked Data and guiding a discussion of how thinking across the web-of-data could support Camp Ballot’s mission.
- Lea Gorgulu Webb from NetworkedPlanet (a lawyer and data strategist) will then provide an overview of the GDPR in the UK (given the current status of Brexit), again, using Camp Ballot to gain experience working with the data protection laws of the EU and UK.
- Once you’ve mastered the main elements of the GDPR, Lucie Burgess, from Digital Catapult Centre will discuss innovative concepts and approaches to help you comply with data protection and privacy.
The session will end with details of where to turn for further help, followed by networking drinks.
If you are a manager, Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) professional or responsible for data in your organisation, this session is for you if:
- You need to provide guidance and informed leadership advice to an agency that works with people
- You understand that there are serious and institution-threatening penalties for failing to handle data carefully
- You are a professional who works with data, but data and data design is not your realm of expertise
- You are considering what to provide to your teams for training over the next year
- You would like to meet other professionals and managers in the public, social and tech sectors
Costs: £90 (Book by 31st July for our Early Bird price: £60)
- If cancelled by mid-August attendees will receive a full refund.
- If cancelled by September 1st attendees will receive a 50% refund.
- If cancelled by September 12th attendees will receive a 25% refund.
- And after this date there will be no monetary refunds.
- Attendees can transfer their tickets to someone else should their plans change (but please notify the organiser)
Workshop date: 20th September
Timings: 13:30 – 18:00 (networking drinks from 16:45)