Te Mana Raraunga
Māori Data Sovereignty Network

What Works Workshop

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What Works Workshop

The Indigenous Data Sovereignty 'What works' workshop was held at Waikato Tainui College for Research and Development in Ngāruawāhia on 5/6th September 2017. The workshop shared examples of how iwi, Māori and other indigenous peoples are working with data to improve the wellbeing of their people.  Speaker presentations can be accessed below.

* Gwen Phillips, First Nations Health Council and First Nations Information Governance Centre, Canada
* Andrew Sporle, Te Mana Raraunga, Aotearoa NZ
* Abigail Echo-Hawk, Urban Indian Health Institute, USA
* Jason Ford, Ngemba Data Hub, Australia
* Candida Hunter, First Things First, USA
* Lee Claus, Cultural Resources Management, San Manuel Band of Mission Indians, USA
* Michele Suina, Albuquerque Area Southwest Tribal Epidemiology Center, USA
* Wikuki Kingi, Planet Māori, Aotearoa NZ