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SurveyCTO Webinar Series: How Right To Play Canada Ensures Data Privacy and Accountability

Right To Play is a global non-profit organization with a mission to protect, educate and empower children to rise above adversity using the power of play. In Canada, they provide play-based, after-school programming for children and youth in Indigenous communities to promote health and psychosocial well-being and they use SurveyCTO to support these projects. An important aspect of Right To Play Canada’s data collection activities is the First Nations principles of ownership, control, access, and possession (OCAP). These principles assert that when data is collected in Indigenous communities, they should have full control over the data collection processes and should own and control how this information can be used. In this webinar, we hear how Right To Play operationalized the OCAP principles in their data collection workflows to ensure privacy and accountability.

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Lindo Simelane

Digital Analytics Associate

Lindo is a part of the marketing team at Dobility, the company that powers SurveyCTO. He is responsible for all aspects of data management and analytics for SurveyCTO’s website, social media, and other marketing efforts.

Lindo has a passion for research to inform policy in international development and economics. He has extensive experience in the ICT4D space that includes research work, and a background in international business and finance.