The #GoodID workshops are a global series dedicated to thoughtful debate and the collaborative development of digital identity policies, practices, and technologies.
This workshop – the second in a series of three – focused on technology for Good ID and explored the role of technology characteristics in advancing digital ID systems that uphold transparency, accountability, individual privacy, inclusion, data protection, and user control.
The workshops are part of the Good ID dialogues, an Omidyar Network initiative for constructive debate and development of new future-facing ID norms, intended to strengthen standards and tools that can help build better systems that work for everyone. It was co-organised by Caribou Digital and facilitated by Robin Pharaoh.
This Workshop Report summarizes the discussion, which was held under Chatham House rules.