1. The Right to Information
2. The Right to Protection from Harm
3. The Right to Data Security and Privacy
4. The Right to Data Agency
5. The Right to Redress and Rectification
I was lucky enough to be one of the reviewers of this important publication and feel privileged to have met some of the instigators.
In this digitally connected world where data is generated by setting your alarm clock and sending some 'xxx' to your children, the need for a transparent ethical approach to data management in a humanitarian crisis might seem too messy.
What is argued here is that framing all our work in this space with a 'rights based approach' ensures an ethical commitment from the outset.