Too often, the social sector extracts data from the communities it’s designed to serve. To truly engage in systems change in partnership with communities around the world, Jim Fruchterman and his co-authors propose four principles regarding “the ownership, privacy, sharing, consent, and appropriate use of data as guideposts for decolonizing data and shifting the power back to the communities where data is collected.”

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