Building a Strong Privacy and Data Ethics Program: From Theory to Practice

(New York, US) UN Global Pulse and the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) would like to invite you to an expert meeting on “Building a Strong Privacy and Data Ethics Program: From Theory to Practice.”

The meeting will focus on how to implement privacy and data ethics in international organizations, and on how to access public-private sector data for use in humanitarian and development contexts.

Four topics will be discussed during the day by experts from UN, public and private sector namely:
 
1. Privacy on the Ground: Managing Personal Data in Organizations; 
2. Ethics and a Rights Based Approach to Data: From Principles to Institutions;
3. Privacy and Data Protection Frameworks: The Regulatory and Policy-making Perspective;  
4. Access to Data for Public Good: Mechanisms and Schemes for Sharing Data for Humanitarian and Development Causes. 
 
The event will open with a keynote by Deidre Mulligan, Associate Professor from the Berkeley Center for Law & Technology. It will feature discussions with high-level speakers and data privacy regulators (Asia, Africa, EU and North America) from IBM, Apple, NASA, UN agencies, the International Committee of the Red Cross, MIT, MasterCard and many others.
 
To attend this meeting, please fill in the information in this form: https://goo.gl/forms/mJaCW55xD4yh84Hz1 by 30 April, 2017
 
Download full meeting agenda here
 
Date: 
Thu, 2017-05-04 09:00 to 17:00