Communities of practice

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grow and build community of people experiencing violence

police journalists courtrooms gynaecologists community leaders - religion

each community needs to be accountable to make its space safe for womena n individuals across gender spectrum private sector use data to develop solutions
education communities to integrate responsible data practices and ethics right from the start: at education universities/schools connect to most relevant orgs (eg: journalist studies, international development) and teachers
peace and collaborative data network (PCDN) check their website for online discussion forum PCDN x x
Journalists they collect and publish data personally! Online! invite them!
aid workers (especially health aid) they are only starting to scale up on tech - let's help them learn our lessons! aid places etc invite them! + speak to their engaged plantforms
humanitarian/academic researchers most don't know about digital/ holistic security tools and tactics everywhere, humanitarian crisis response holistic security training (digital/ physical/psychosocial)
(data) journalists x DDJ mailinglist


users! (radical, but hey…) because they are data subjects and owners, not data objects at the bottom of every project, platform, service, benefit, government, etc… meanginfullly, respecting agency, recognizing when it doesn't exist, sensitively, with legal,policy defaults, best practices, dialogue…
Our media network

IAMCR community communization sector

to connect with researchers online lists - reach individuals who might be interested x
citizen scientists, journalists, researchers some citizen scientists are mapping politically sensitive env. Data without,necessarily being aware of the data collection context/ possible consequences through existing cit sci umbrella organisations and individually curated projects eg,excites @ ULL provide online training through the organisaers of the research
public labs x PL: Distributed, Cambridge MA x
NGOs doing data driven campaigns they use and collect data/ not very tech savvy, not aware of risks x x
Anti-corruption activists collecting info/complaints on corruption cases collection of sensitive info on corruption without sometimes protecting,civtims/complainants enough in countries (over 60) with advocacy + legal advice (transparency international) -help spreading good methods / tools to collect data safely

-sharing good practice of other documentations efforts

government!! inform them for better policies/legislation x x
grant giving organisations collecting a lot of (sometimes) highly sensitive data through the grant giving process x x
datakind (chapters, orgs, and volunteers) force multiplier at more events and more organisations more often online, anywhere, Bangalore, DC, NYC, SF, Dublin, UK, Singapore Models developed at RDFs easy to use in events
Local Bloggers (city/municipality level) they work with data to improve local communities without sometimes knowing they do,it and it is to make it better x x
School of Data trainers and fellows they train data skills to journalists, CSOs and citizens @ school of data x
W3C they work with standards on the web! W3C's website! online and local events
designers help visualize data (make data accessible) x x
creatives of different kinds: graffiti artists/ film makers, etc they have new "out of the box" ideas of data dissemination creative hubs open grants for them to work with data
NETHOPE they represent IT teams across development orgs. Not very political but would be a,good way to reach out to more orgs in humanitarian/ disaster relief based in DC pose workshops @ conferences, reach out to the board, personal outreach
ALNAP x x x
Survivors to provide them with legal, medical, psychological support in public sphere through an online platform to report
European Coordination Comm. On Human Rights Documentation 20+ years of experience with human rights Europe yearly meeting
Geographers Mappers we just need to connect the issues with location/ jurisdiction + to see connections in terms of area affected Universities

Open Street Mappers local Oral History Clubs

join the club!