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Is Anonymisation Enough to Protect the Data Privacy of People Affected by Crises?

A technical session and roundtable discussion during ICRC Analysis & Evidence Week How can we ensure the anonymity of people of concern in data-sharing processes while maintaining the value of datasets? Or, in other words, which tools and methods can we adopt to exchange confidential information in a safe and...Is Anonymisation Enough to Protect the Data Privacy of People Affected by Crises?
Related Topics: Protection, Innovation, Joint analysis, Methods
– Published 11.Jan.2022

Data & Evidence (including IDPs) at the Forefront of 2019’s UNHCR Annual NGO Consultations

High-level participation, rich insights from NGOs participants, and a strong focus on data and evidence: this year’s UNHCR NGO consultations left us inspired and demonstrated how valuable the learning experience becomes when diverse partners come together to share views and jointly advance practice. The event highlighted the key role that...Data & Evidence (including IDPs) at the Forefront of 2019’s UNHCR Annual NGO Consultations
Related Topics: Refugee & IDP statistics, Community engagement, Methods, Protection
– Published 21.Jul.2019

JIPS' 2nd Mission to Honduras: Developing a Context-Specific, Protection-Sensitive Methodology

JIPS’ support is still strong in Honduras, with a second mission in November to assist the Inter-institutional Commission for the Protection of IDP’s (CIPPDV) for the further development of the 2017-2018 profiling exercise. The mission aimed to work with the Technical Working Group that leads the profiling exercise in-country, as...JIPS' 2nd Mission to Honduras: Developing a Context-Specific, Protection-Sensitive Methodology
Related Topics: Protection, IDP policy
– Published 6.Nov.2017

ICRC’s Protection of the Civilian Population Course 2017: Sharing JIPS’ Profiling Experiences in Urban Settings

 For this summer’s ‘Protection of the Civilian Population’ course, ICRC invited JIPS to contribute by leading a session on profiling internal displacement situations in urban settings. Building on our experiences with urban profiling exercises from Honduras and Hargeisa, Somalia Assanke Koedam, JIPS’ Information Management Manager, discussed with the 30 ICRC...ICRC’s Protection of the Civilian Population Course 2017: Sharing JIPS’ Profiling Experiences in Urban Settings
Related Topics: Urban, Capacity development, Protection
– Published 29.Jun.2017

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