Data is changing the way philanthropy works.
Foundations are learning more about themselves and their grantees, assessing the accuracy and impact of their strategies, and using data to improve upon and sustain their work like never before.
While digital data holds tremendous promise for how the sector uses and shares its work, it also raises broader challenges associated with privacy, security, and responsible use. And for nonprofits – particularly those that work under oppressive regimes – these issues could not be more critical.
Download the recording to hear this compelling panel discussion featuring data privacy expert, Lucy Berhnolz, technologist and human rights activist, Thenmozhi Soundararajan, and global privacy strategists, Danny O'Brien, on the collection, use, and often sensitive nature of digital data in philanthropy.
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