Nathaniel A. Raymond is Director of the Signal Program on Human Security and Technology at the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative (HHI) of the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. He was formerly Director of Operations of the Satellite Sentinel Project at HHI, which was a co-recipient of the 2012 US Geospatial Foundation Industry Intelligence Achievement Award. Raymond was previously Director of the Campaign Against Torture at Physicians for Human Rights and served in a variety of roles at Oxfam America, including Communications Advisor for Humanitarian Response and Interim Coordinator for Tsunami Communications for Oxfam International. He has served in the field in Afghanistan, Sri Lanka, Ethiopia, the Gulf Coast, Jordan, South Sudan, and elsewhere. He served as a consultant on early warning of mass atrocities to the UN Department of Peacekeeping Operations in South Sudan in 2015.
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Harvard Humanitarian Initiative: Digital Security and Cyber Resilience in refugee camps
The Harvard Humanitarian Initiative Signal Program’s approach to the use of data in crises and complex development contexts is simple: data is people. And people have human rights. But what does this meaning for my technology project? What sorts of questions should I be asking myself in order to uphold these rights? In this session, Signal's Daniel Scarnecchia and Nathaniel Raymond will walk through some of the obligations technology owners have towards affected populations, and help the audience surface the important questions to ask themselves in order to become responsible custodians of the data of vulnerable people.Nathaniel Raymond, Daniel Scarnecchia