The release of census 2021 data on migration and race provides evidence on how the population is changing. Nigel de Noronha seeks to provide advice on what data is available about race and migration from the 2021 census and encourage responsible use of it by highlighting appropriate ethical considerations.
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Karen Mansfield explores the opportunties and challenges of data governance.
In this five-part mini series, Joe Allen on the challenges and ethical implications of using Twitter data. Today: should we use the data? And what next?
As part of his five-part mini series, Joe Allen on who should hold responsibility for overseeing and ensuring the ethical use of Twitter data
In part 3 of his five-part mini series, Joe Allen on the ethical review process in UK academia and how it could help improve procedures for the ethical use of Twitter data.
In part 2 of his five-part mini series, Joe Allen examines reactions to an example of malicious “for profit” use of Twitter data.
Joe Allen introduces his five-part mini series on the challenges and ethical implications of using Twitter data.
Libby Bishop, Producer Relations Manager and expert on the ethics of re-using data and informed consent at the UK Data Service, discusses the ethical considerations and the importance of setting standards when using social media data.
Celia Russell and Susan Noble, international data experts at the UK Data Service highlight the UN Human Rights Day campaign ‘Our Rights Our Freedoms Always’ and report on the recent Human Rights workshop hosted by the UK Data Service.