Our participation in working groups for new RITE Data Privacy Module
The Association for Civil Rights (ADC) collaborated with the working groups for RITE’s new Data Privacy Module held between August 17 and September 7 by the Anti-Corruption Office (OA) and the Access to Public Information Agency (AAIP).
The collaborative process for developing the module was carried out through four meetings, with the attendance of more than 140 people, including experts on the subject as well as representatives from companies, universities, and civil society organizations. During the sessions, the team discussed the observations and proposals on the Module made prior to the session by the participants on a weekly basis.
ADC introduced questions on the data protection interaction area of an organization with others. This suggestion is to be considered when drawing up a unified document including the viewpoints, needs, and expectations of all the stakeholders attending the debate.
RITE (Registry of Integrity and Transparency of Companies and Entities) is a voluntary, free, and federal platform promoted by the Anti-Corruption Office (OA), with the support of the World Bank, the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) and the United Nations Development Program (UNDP). Its goal is to contribute to the development and improvement of integrity programs, the exchange of good practices, and the promotion of transparent environments.