Human rights compliance, standards and recommendations

  • Train the staff that operates the MIRROR tool on the basis of legal, ethical and human rights standards;
  • Do not take any decisions that might affect the legal position of an individual based just on the results of the MIRROR analysis;
  • Ensure that there is human verification of the results of the MIRROR system;
  • Ensure the explainability of the data-set/algorithm used;
  • Allow for data protection by design and by default in the system;
  • Do not use the system for individual profiling;
  • Introduce short and strict data retention periods in light of the purposes for which the data have been collected;
  • Eliminate immediately any incidentally collected data that are not necessary for the purposes of data processing activities;
  • Do not use the data collected for purposes that are different from the original ones for which the data were collected;
  • Ensure that the data are still valid and accurate at the moment of reporting.

Migration-Related Risks Caused by Misconceptions of Opportunities and Requirement

MIRROR has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation action program under grant agreement No 832921.

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