Responsible Tech Review | Bringing Home the Humanity to Tech

Responsible Tech practitioners, pioneers and impacted communities, discussing what bringing home the humanity to tech might look like?



Bringing together communities and cross-sector organisations to explore how we establish Greater Manchester as an examplar for equitable, inclusive and sustainable tech since 2019, the Responsible Tech Collective – in partnership with the Co-op Foundation and Luminate – is scaling its work in bringing home the humanity to tech.

Led by Noisy Cricket and supported by the inimitable Paper Frogs, the next two years will see continue to put people first through building understanding and taking action around data ethics, design ethics, diversity & inclusion plus digital exclusion.

In the relaunch of the Responsible Tech Review, we’ll be convening responsible tech practitioners, pioneers and impacted communities to discuss key themes, practice areas, projects and problem areas as a collective, helping raise awareness of what;s possible, and facilitating understanding of how to help organisations and the tech industry progress.

Our theme for November is what might bringing home the humanity to tech look like? Hosted by Lauren Coulman and the Noisy Cricket team, the Responsible Tech Review includes:

A key note address highlighting new insights, new approaches and new solutions to responsible tech issues

An expert panel of diverse practioners, pioneers and community representatives aking progress across data ethics, design ethics, diversity and inclusion and digital exlcusion

A soapbox session giving members of the collective the opportunity to platform new projects and programmes that the wider collective can engage in

We’ll be convening via Zoom on Tuesday 9th November from 1pm to 2.30pm, and our speakers include:

Key Note Address

Annette Joseph:
Diverse & Equal Founder, Annette Joseph, is an award winning Agile Coach/Delivery Manager who has worked in and around Tech for over 20 years. As Chair of Co-op’s network for BAME colleagues, Annette was instrumental in affecting lasting change in the organisation. In Diverse & Equal (D&E), she marries her varied experiences — in tech and behaviour dynamics with equality, diversity and inclusion.

The event is finished.


Nov 09 2021


8:00 am - 9:30 am

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