Authors and project team 

Dr Fran Harkness, Co-Director, Kohlrabi Consulting 

Cornelis Rijneveld, Researcher, Kohlrabi Consulting 

Yuncong Liu, Researcher, Kohlrabi Consulting 

Shayda Kashef, Public Engagement Manager, ADR UK 

Dr Mary Cowan, Research Specialist, Office for Statistics Regulation

Project Advisory Group Members

Dr Penny Babb, Head of Policy and Standards, Office for Statistics Regulation

Dr Jo Duffy, Senior Research Policy Manager, Economic and Social Research Council

Dr Emma Gordon, Director of the ADR UK Strategic Hub and Director of ADR England

Dr Suzanne Hall, Director of Engagement, The Policy Institute, King’s College London

Aidan Peppin, Senior Researcher, Ada Lovelace Institute

Dr Paul Richards, Open Research Lead, UK Research and Innovation

Rebecca Veitch, Head of Research Integrity, UK Research and Innovation

Elizabeth Waind, Senior Communications and Engagement Manager, DARE UK (Data and Analytics Research Environments UK)

Dr Simon Whitworth, Head of Data Ethics, UK Statistics Authority

ADR Public Engagement Steering Group

Elizabeth Nelson Gorman, Public Engagement, Communications and Impact Manager, Administrative Data Research Centre Northern Ireland

Harriet Baird, Impact and Knowledge Exchange Manager, Scottish Centre for Administrative Data Research

Professor Kerina Jones, Associate Director of Information Governance and Public Engagement, Swansea University

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The team thank the members of the public for giving their time and sharing their invaluable views with the research team, and all the many people across the country who helped make the workshops a reality. We would also like to thank the Project Advisory Group and the ADR UK Public Engagement Steering Group for their helpful guidance and advice on the project throughout the process. We would like to thank Dr Anna Price (OSR), the facilitators, and colleagues in Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland, and England for their contribution to the workshops. We would like to acknowledge Helen Kennedy, Professor of Digital Society, University of Sheffield, for providing feedback on an early version of this report.

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