The Centre for Applied Data Ethics was established by the UK Statistics Authority in 2021 to provide practical support and thought leadership in the application of data ethics by the research and statistical community. It forms part of the activities of the UK Statistics Authority data ethics team.
The Centre aims to provide a world leading resource that addresses the current and emerging needs of user communities, collaborating with partners in the UK and internationally to develop user-friendly, practical guidance, training and advice in the effective use of data for the public good.
The Centre for Applied Data Ethics Independent Advisory Committee (CADEAC) has been established to advise the UK Statistics Authority on the strategic direction, outputs, and impact of the Centre.
You can read about some of our Centre activities in our recent letter to the House of Commons Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee.