Please join us at an upcoming event:

  • We will be convening a series of disussions on regulation, ethics, and accountability in humanitarian data partnerships over the latter half of 2019. If you’re interested in joining a discussion, please contact us at info [at] globaldatajustice.org.
  • We organized a track on Justice and the Data Market as well as a workshop on the political economy of web tracking at the TILTing Perspectives 2019: Regulating a World in Transition in May 2019. Watch this space for updates on these initaitives.

Past Participation

  • Taylor, L. (2019, July). Why Is Only Some AI “Good”? Talk given at the Digital Ethics Lab Workshop — AI for Social Good: Promise and Pitfalls, Exeter College, Oxford, UK.
  • Martin, A. (2019, June). Ethics and Governance in Humanitarian Data Partnerships. Sessions moderated at the Data Responsibility Exchange, The Hague, Netherlands.
  • Martin, A. (2019, June). Digital Identity for Refugees and Privacy and Data Protection. Panel chaired at the Global Virtual Summit on Digital Identity for Refugees: Concluding Workshop, Ottawa, Canada.
  • Martin, A. (2019, June). When Identification Becomes a Barrier. Paper presented at the Global Virtual Summit on Digital Identity for Refugees: Concluding Workshop, Ottawa, Canada.
  • Martin, A. (2019, June). Humanitarian Ethics. Presentation at the Workshop on Connectivity as Aid and Data Protection in Humanitarian Action, Geneva, Switzerland.
  • Taylor, L. (2019, June). What is meaningful human control of AI? Talk given at the European Dialogue on Internet Governance (EURODIG), The Hague, Netherlands.
  • Martin, A. (2019, May). Regulation, Ethics and Accountability in Data Partnerships for Humanitarian Aid. Talk given at the TILTing Perspective conference, Tilburg, Netherlands.
  • Martin, A. (2019, May). Access Rights as a Research Tool: Opportunities and limitations in the humanitarian context. Talk given at the TILTing Perspective conference, Tilburg, Netherlands.
  • Taylor, L. (2019, April). A Tale of Three Markets: The divided, and converging, world of connected objects. Talk given at the Workshop on Uses and Misuses of Connected Devices at the Alan Turing Institute, London, UK.
  • Martin, A. (2019, April). Digital Ethics for Humanitarian Action: Five provocations. Talk given at the Workshop on Artifical Intelligence/Machine Learning and Data Protection in Humanitarian Action, Brussels, Belgium.
  • Taylor, L. (2019, March). What is Data Justice for (South) Africa and Who Gets to Decide? Invited lecture at the Nelson Mandela School of Public Governance, University of Cape Town, South Africa.
  • Mukiri-Smith, H. (2019, March). Researching Legibility and Visibility Technologies in Kenya through the Capabilities and Political Settlement Theories. Panel at the European Joint Doctorate in Law and Development Summer School, North-West University, South Africa.
  • Martin, A. (2019, January). Converging Norms in Emerging Markets: The trajectory of data protection reform in Asia. Panel chaired at the Computers, Privacy & Data Protection Conference, Brussels, Belgium.
  • Taylor, L. (2019, January). What’s Ethical about Data Ethics?. Invited lecture at the Privacy & Sustainable Computing Lab, University of Vienna, Austria.
  • Martin, A. (2018, December). Digital Risks in Situations of Armed Conflict. Symposium organized by the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), London, UK.
  • Martin, A. (2018, December). Group Data & Human Rights. Workshop organized by the World Economic Forum at the RSA (Royal Society of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce), London, UK.
  • Jameson, S. (2018, November). Global Data Justice in an Era of Big Data: What are the questions for Singapore’s Smart Nation?. Paper presented at the Department of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences, Singapore University of Technology and Design, Singapore.
  • Martin, A.K. (2018, November). Refugees Digital Rights: Necessities and needs. Panel at the Internet Governance Forum, Paris, France.
  • Taylor, L., Arora, P., Martin, A.K., & Jameson, S. (2018, October). Data and the Global South. Panel at the Amsterdam Privacy Conference, Netherlands.
  • Taylor, L. (2018, October). Public Health, Private Knowledge: Researching technology and data as a way to understand the global political economy of health. Seminar at the Centre for Medical Science and Technology Studies, University of Copenhagen, Denmark.
  • Taylor, L. & Dencik, L. (2018, September). The Fog of Law: How data ethics depoliticises questions of regulation and governance. Paper presented at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark.
  • Jameson, S. (2018, August). Governance Alternatives. Session moderated at the MyData Conference, Helsinki, Finland.
  • Taylor, L (2018, August). Closing Plenary. Talk given at the MyData Conference, Helsinki, Finland.
  • Taylor, L. (2018, August). How Many Utopias?. Talk given at the MyData Conference, Helsinki, Finland.
  • Martin, A. (2018, August). Identification Barriers to Refugee Mobile Access. Paper presented at the World Conference on Humanitarian Studies, The Hague, Netherlands.
  • Taylor, L. (2018, August). Migration, Crisis and Data Management in the New Digital Humanitarian Sector. Paper presented at the World Conference on Humanitarian Studies, The Hague, Netherlands.
  • Taylor, L. (2018, June). Data4Dev: Datafication and power in international development. Panel at the Development Studies Association Annual Conference, University of Manchester, UK.
  • Jameson, S. (2018, May). Nature and Networked Space: Conceptual lessons for data justice from environmental literature. Paper presented at the Data Justice Conference, Cardiff University, UK.
  • Taylor, L. (2018, May). Migration Research and Control in the Era of Big Data. Paper presented at the Data Justice Conference, Cardiff University, UK.
  • Taylor, L. (2018, May). Data and Ethics. Panel chaired at the Data Justice Conference, Cardiff University, UK.