Register to join Camden's Data Charter Residents' Panel in 2023

Closed 4 Jan 2023

Opened 1 Dec 2022


Camden Council is inviting residents to join a Data Charter Residents' Panel.

We recognise that data rights are human rights. To guide how we collect, process and share data ethically, we developed Camden’s Data Charter in 2021 in collaboration with our first Residents' Panel. The Data Charter was adopted by the Council and is a call to action to all organisations in the borough.

Find out more about Camden's Data Charter

We are now inviting residents to join our second Residents' Panel to explore how the Data Charter is applied in practice, and think about any areas for change in the content of the charter or how it is used.

No experience or prior knowledge of the subject is needed. In fact, the Panel is about giving people from a wide range of backgrounds and experiences the opportunity to have their say about how we use the data we hold now and in the future.

The Residents' Panel will be supported by an independent facilitator, receive relevant information and consider insights from expert speakers on the subject of data use and data ethics.

Dates of the Panel are:

  • Saturday 14 January 2023
  • Saturday 21 January 2023
  • Saturday 28 January 2023

If you are a Camden resident aged 16 or over, you are eligible to take part. You must be available for all 3 days of the panel and to thank panellists for their commitment and contributions, we are offering £230 shopping vouchers to participants who attend all the sessions.

You can register your interest to become a panel member by completing this short form or email You can phone us on 020 7974 5048 if you need help completing the form. 

What happens next

Registration is now open and will close early January 2023. Panel members will be selected at random. The selection process will ensure the panel, broasdly reflects the borough’s diverse population.

We will let you know by 6 January 2023, if you have been offered a place on the panel.


  • All Areas


  • Black and minority ethnic groups
  • Carers
  • Council tenants
  • Disabled people
  • Non-service users
  • Older people
  • Parents
  • Residents
  • Service users
  • Young people


  • Council and democracy