Camden's Data Charter Residents' Panel recruitment questionnaire

Closed 13 Aug 2021

Opened 21 Jul 2021


Camden council is inviting residents to join an independent Residents’ Panel which will develop a Data Charter for Camden.

Camden Council recognises that data rights are human rights, and wishes to go beyond the legal requirements for our use of data to agree a set of ethical principles with our residents.

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 Camden uses the data we hold now and in the future.

The Residents’ Panel will consider feedback from public engagement, together with insights from expert speakers on the subject of data use and data ethics to draft the Data Charter.

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 questionnaire or by email us on . You can also phone us on 020 7974 1963 if you need help completing the questionnaire. 

What happens next

Registration is now open and will close 13 August. The selection process will ensure the 20 strong panel, which sits for 3 days (18th & 25th September and 2nd October) reflects broadly the borough’s diverse population.

Panel members will be selected at random. We will let you know by 25 August if you have been offered a place on the panel.

If you are not selected for the panel, you can still have your say by visiting our  Commonplace site.


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  • Young people


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