9月1日開催グローバルオンラインイベント:Follow the Sun: A Digital Launch of the Data Protection Handbook (2nd ed.)

イベント 21/08/2020

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デジタル技術の発達とともに、人道支援の現場に用いる私たちのツールも様変わりしてきました。技術革新の恩恵を受ける一方で、医療データやソーシャルメディア、携帯のメッセージアプリ、クラウドサービス、現金の送金など、多種多様な場面において個人や機密情報のデータを扱っているため、データ保護はICRCの大きな課題となっています。

 

そこで、私たち赤十字国際委員会(ICRC)は、Brussels Privacy Hubとともに「人道支援におけるデータ保護ハンドブック」第二版を出版。2020年9月1日に出版を記念してグローバルイベントをオンライン開催します。

 

「人道支援におけるデータ保護ハンドブック」第二版はこちら:https://www.icrc.org/en/handbook-data-protection-humanitarian-action(英語)

 

同イベントは、世界を一日かけて巡回するパネルディスカッション形式で、人工知能と機械学習、ブロックチェーン、SNSやアプリの活用など、ハンドブックで取り上げている7つのテーマについて幅広い分野の専門家が語ります。まずは東京から、デジタル認証とバイオメトリクスをテーマにキックオフ。マレーシアへとバトンをつなぎ、アジアを離れて中東、ヨーロッパ、アメリカと続きます。東京主催の第一パネルは、ICRC駐日代表レジス・サビオがホスト役を務めます。

 

イベント詳細は下記をご覧ください。パネルディスカッションは全て英語で行われます。参加希望の方は、是非こちらから事前登録ください:https://www.icrc.org/en/event/data-protection-handbook-launch

 

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The discussion

The official launch of the 2nd edition will be held digitally on 1 September, in a “follow-the-sun” event. The event will consist of 7 thematic panels in Tokyo, Kula Lumpur, Amman, Addis-Ababa, Nairobi and Kigali, Brussels and London, Washington and Bogota, hosting thematic discussions on the new subjects of the handbook with local and international experts. This will cumulate in a final, high level panel to share the highlights of the discussions and chart the path ahead.

 

Each panel will bring together stakeholders from the humanitarian and tech sectors; academia; data protection authorities; civil societies and affected populations; as well as other relevant sectors.

 

“In conflict and crisis situations, the misuse or mishandling of personal data of affected people can have dire consequences. People can be stigmatized, detained, deprived of assistance, be subject to increased vulnerability and fragility, discrimination, persecution, and attacks on their physical and psychological integrity,” says Massimo Marelli, head of the ICRC Data Protection Office. “And the use of new technologies exacerbates this risk. Data Protection provides an essential tool to navigate these risks, map them, understand the new dataflows and stakeholders involved and ultimately ensure the responsible sue of technology and the application of the principle of “do no harm” in a digital environment”.

 

Each discussion will explore ways in which different sectors can work together for the ‘responsible use’ of these new technologies in the most volatile environments and for the benefit of the most vulnerable victims of armed conflicts, other situations of violence, natural disasters, pandemics and other humanitarian emergencies. The panelists will discuss the ways in which this Handbook can be applied, leverage and build on existing guidelines, working procedures and practices that have been established throughout the many years of humanitarian action.

 

The speakers(additional names will be added)

PANEL 1. Digital Identity and Biometrics
(Hosted by ICRC Delegation in Japan, 08.00-09.15 CET)

• Regis Savioz, Head of Delegation in Japan (ICRC) – chair
• Vincent Graf, Strategic Technology Adviser (ICRC) – moderator
• Enrica Porcari, Chief Information Officer and Director Technology Division (WFP)
• Omar Seghrouchni, President of CNDP (Moroccan DPA)
• Prof Kazue Sako, Professor at Department of Computer Science and Engineering School of Foundamental Science and Engineering (Waseda University)
• Alexandrine Pirlot de Corbion, Directory of Strategy (Privacy International)
• Shinya Kukita, Chief Engineer (NEC)

 

PANEL 2. Covid-19 and Contact Tracing Applications
(Hosted by ICRC Kuala Lumpur Delegation, 09.30-10.45 CET)

• Biljana Milosevic, Head of Regional Delegation in Kuala Lumpur (ICRC) – chair
• Stuart Campo, Team Lead – Data Responsibility (UN OCHA) – moderator
• Professor Dr Teo Yik Ying, Dean of the School of Public Health (National University of Singapore) – keynote speaker
• Gabriela Poller-Hartig, Head of International Relations (Austrian Red Cross)
• Wojciech Wiewiórowski, European Data Protection Supervisor (EU)
• Prof Abu Bakar Munir, Adjunct Professor of Law (University of Indonesia) and Research Consultant (Eversheds Harry Elias LLP)
• Sutawan Chanprasert, Founder of Digital Reach Asia (DRA)
• William Malcolm, Legal Director-Privacy (Google)

 

PANEL 3. Use of Social Media and Messaging Applications
(Hosted by ICRC Amman and UAE Delegations, 11.00-12.15 CET)

• Stephane Bonamy, Head of Regional Affairs Team in Amman (ICRC) – chair
• Sophie Barbey, Head of Mission in Dubai (ICRC) – panel rapporteur
• Barnaby WIllitts-King, Senior Research Fellow (Humanitarian Policy Group at Overseas Development Institute – ODI-HPG) – moderator
• Hau Yan Wan, Data Protection Officer (UNHCR)
• Malavika Jayaram, Executive Director (Digital Asia Hub)
• Jessy El Murr, Journalist and Social Media Expert in the Middle East (former BBC, Sky News Arabia)
• George Salama, Head of Public Policy, Government & Philanthropy (Twitter MENA HQ)

 

PANEL 4. Connectivity as Aid
(Hosted by ICRC Addis Ababa Delegation, 12.30-13.45 CET)

• Julien Lerisson, Head of Delegation in Addis Abeba (ICRC) – chair
• John Warnes, Innovation Officer (UNHCR) – moderator
• Andrew Rugege, Regional Director for Africa (International Telecommunication Union – ITU) – keynote speaker
• Brent Carbno, Managing Director (NetHope)
• Eleanor Marchant, ConflictNET Postdoctoral Fellow at the Centre for Socio-Legal Studies (University of Oxford)
• Kimberly Brown, Head of Mobile for Humanitarian Innovation, Mobile for Development (GSMA)
• Catherine Kayser, Humanitarian Desk Officer, Directorate for Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Affairs (Luxembourg Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs – MFEA)

 

PANEL 5. Blockchain
(Hosted by ICRC Nairobi and Kigali Delegations, 14.00-15.15 CET)

• Olivier Dubois, Head of Regional Delegation in Nairobi (ICRC) – chair
• Francois Moreillon, Head of Delegation in Kigali (ICRC) – panel rapporteur
• Christina Vasala Kokkinaki, Senior Legal Officer (IOM) – moderator
• Prof. Yoshiyuki Yamamoto, Professor (Osaka University) and former Special Advisor for UN Engagement and Blockchain Technology (UNOPS) – keynote speaker
• Safia Verjee, Innovations Manager (Kenyan Red Cross)
• Michèle Finck, Senior Research Fellow (Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition in Munich)
• Adam Norige, Associate Group Leader (MIT Lincoln Lab Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief Systems Group)
• Lacina Koné, Director General (Smart Africa Secretariat)

 

PANEL 6. Training, Education and Literacy – Grounding data protection in operational realities
(Hosted by ICRC London and Brussels Delegations, 15.30-16.45 CET)

• Knut Doermann, Head of Delegation in Bruxelles (ICRC) – chair
• Helen Alderson, Head of Delegation in London (ICRC) – panel rapporteur
• Heather Leson, Data Literacy Lead (IFRC) – moderator
• Urvashi Aneja, Co-Founder & Director (Tandem Research)
• Cosimo Monda, Director of the Maastricht European Centre on Privacy and Cybersecurity (Maastricht University)
• Carlos Ballester Lafuente, Technical Project Manager at the Center for Digital Trust (EPFL)
• Khaled Hijab, Founder and Executive Director (Tech Tribes)

 

PANEL 7. Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
(Hosted by ICRC Bogota and Washington Delegations, 17.00-18.15 CET)

• Patrick Hamilton, Head of Regional Delegation in Washington (ICRC) – chair
• Lorenzo Caraffi, Operational Coordinator RRN in Bangkok (ICRC) – panel rapporteur
• Mary Nunn, International Data Protection Coordinator (MSF) – moderator
• Aubra Anthony, Strategy & Research Lead (USAID Center for Digital Development)
• Catherine Lennman, Delegate for International Affairs and Francophonie (FDPIC)
• Carmela Troncoso, Tenure Track Assistant Professor (EPFL)
• Chenai Chair, Research fellow on Data Protection and AI (Mozilla Network Pulse) and Research Manager on Gender and Digital Rights (Web Foundation)

 

PANEL 8. Wrap-up and looking ahead
(Hosted by ICRC, OCHA and Swiss Department of Foreign Affairs, 18.30 – 20.00 CET)

• Sarah Dwidar, Data Protection Legal Adviser (ICRC) – moderator
• Nathaniel Raymond, Lecturer at Jackson Institute of Global Affairs (Yale University)
• Balthasar Staehelin, Digital Transformation & Data Director (ICRC)