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This wiki was created for the participants of the Responsible Data Resource Sprint in Budapest. Many of these outputs were sparked from previous Responsible Data Forums. We will use this for ongoing creating, sharing and collaborating.

Information for facilitators

Please make sure to send all notes and materials that are not already captured in the wiki to notes@responsibledata.io

Hashtags and Twitter accounts

Hashtags: RDFbuda and responsibledata

Twitter links: @engnroom and @aspirationtech

Document capturing

The agenda wall - Lists of questions and topics that came from the event participants

Product outputs

Data Risk Checker - a project design tool for assessing potential harms associated with specific data points

Framework for consent policies - When interacting with people, it is important to gain their consent when at all possible. This page gives an overview of a framework for considering what level of consent is needed, what to consider when attempting to gain that consent, what responsibilities accompany consent, and the like. It is to be used for the creation of studies, campaigns, and programs.

Newbie guide to select hosting - A guide for small to medium-sized NGOS on choosing a hosting provider for their website

Resource creator manifesto - Declaration of values and commitments for resource-creators to hold ourselves and each other accountable to our stakeholders regarding the protection and preservation of resources developed from and for these stakeholders.

Feeding empirical data into policy making - List of moments in policy process in which we can engage

Practical de-identification guide - The Basic De-identification Solution Matrix is an editable Google Spreadsheet that list common variable types from the fields of health, education, finance, environmental, political, a list of de-identification solutions for these types of data, and some suggestions about what forms of de-identification are most useful for each type of data.

Data in the project lifecycle - A lightweight tool for data project implementers to help plan their projects and check whether they are being responsible with their data at every step, both for planned and emerging risks.

Primer on responsible data in development - A framework for how to sell Responsible Data inside of your organization(s).

Atomized security plans for organizations - (Link to outputs under constructions available here. Description still to come.)

Digital first aid kit (Images available, description and notes are forthcoming)

Farmer's Market Resources Lists

Below are lists of resources collaboratively created by the RDF participants:

  • Responsible data policies: existing and wishing existed

Day 2 morning conversations

Round 1

Packaging the RDF outputs - Ideas for how we can package these RDF outputs for further collaboration and testing.

Talking about harm - A visualization of a discussion on how to talk about harm responsibly.

Collaboration software alternatives - Google Drive is not the only option!

Responsible and/or open data - A visualization of the relationship between responsible and open data.

Messaging Matrix - This is a matrix to support strategic thinking around awareness raising and advocacy for responsible data. Specifically, it helps to sort different target audiences, identify incentives and craft appropriate messaging.

Why should my NGO care about responsible data - A definition of 'responsible data' and incentives (carrots and sticks) for NGOs to care about it.

Video and photo evidence (Information currently being collected)

Round 2

Frameworks for data sharing - Mapping out a possible decision tree for quite a specific scenario: where an NGO is approached with a request to use their data (still a work in progress).

Piloting plan - Notes from a discussion on how we test the usefulness of the tools being developed in the Responsible Data Forum.

Responsible Data campaign - Notes from discussion and link to existing resources

Responsible visualization - What does it mean to visualize information responsibly?

Code of ethics in sex exploitation - Brief summary of a discussion on how to respond to sex exploitation in solidarity, not paternalism.

White paper on responsilble data standards - Are there minumum responsible data standards that we can all use?

Human Rights documentation - The engine room and HURIDOCS are working to put together a Responsible Data Forum on human rights documentation. This event will focus on responsible data challenges (the personal, technical, and organizational) specific to the process of collecting and using documentation on human rights violations. In initial discussions, we have surfaced topics that could be appropriate.