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4th International Open Data Conference
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Thursday, October 6 • 15:30 - 16:30
Data + Indigenous

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Data + Indigenous

Moderators
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Stephanie Carroll Rainie

Associate Director and Assistant Research Professor, US Indigenous Data Sovereignty Network The Native Nations Institute
Title proposal: Building an international indigenous data network. | | Biography: Stephanie Carroll Rainie (Ahtna Athabascan) is Assistant Professor - Public Health, Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy (UC); Associate Director and Manager - Tribal Health Program for the Native Nations Institute (NNI) in the UC; Assistant Professor in the Public Health Policy and Management Program at the Community, Environment and Policy... Read More →

Speakers
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Tahu Kukutai

Associate Professor, National Institute of Demographic and Economic Analysis University of Waikato
Biography: Dr Tahu Kukutai is Associate Professor at the National Institute of Demographic and Economic Analysis at the University of Waikato, Aoteaora New Zealand. Tahu specialises in indigenous demographic research and has written extensively on indigenous population change, population data and official statistics. Tahu is a founding member of Te Mana Raraunga: the Māori data sovereignty network and is co-editor of the book Indigenous data... Read More →
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Ji-Ping Lin

Ph.D./Associate Research Fellow, Research Center of Humanities and Social Sciences, Academia Sinica
Title proposal: TIPD (Taiwan Indigenous Peoples open research Data): construction methods and sharing contents. | | Biography: Ji-Ping Lin received B.Sc. in Geography from National Taiwan University (Taiwan) in 1988, M.Sc. in Statistics from National Central University (Taiwan) in 1990, and Ph.D. in geography in 1998 from McMaster University (Canada). He is associate research fellow of Research Center for Humanities and Social Sciences... Read More →
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Andrew Martínez

Research Specialist, US Indigenous Data Sovereignty Network The Native Nations Institute
Biography: Andrew Martinez (Tohono O’odham, Diegueño, Yaqui) is a Research Specialist with the US Indigenous Data Sovereignty Network based at the Native Nations Institute, University of Arizona. Martinez is focused on addressing how data outcomes affect American Indian, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians populations at the tribal, state, and federal policy levels. He has a B.S. in Business Management with dual minors in... Read More →
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Kirikowhai Mikaere

Co-Chair, Te Mana Raraunga (Mãori Data Sovereignty Network)
Title proposal: Building an International Indigenous Data Network. | | Biography: Kirikowhai Mikaere (Tuhourangi, Ngāti Whakaue tribes of Aotearoa New Zealand) is a self-employed contractor advising different Māori and Iwi (tribal) organisations on their statistical and information needs including the use of data to inform tribal development and service delivery. In a former life Kirikowhai was a senior advisor to the Government... Read More →
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Andrew Sporle

Maori health researcher based in the Statistics Department, University of Auckland
Biography: Andrew Sporle is a Maori health researcher based in the Statistics Department at the University of Auckland where he teaches in courses on survey methods and official statistics. He was formerly the inaugural Maori health research manager at the Health Research Council of New Zealand (HRCNZ) where he was involved in implementing strategies for the rapid development of Maori health research. He has recently returned to academia... Read More →
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Maggie Walter

Professor Sociology, University of Tasmania
Biography: Maggie Walter (PhD) is member of the Briggs/Johnson Tasmanian Aboriginal family and a descendant of the people from tebrakunna country in North Eastern Tasmania. She is passionately interested in Indigenous statistics and increasing Indigenous researcher’s statistical engagement. She is also Professor of Sociology and the inaugural Pro Vice-Chancellor of Aboriginal Research and Leadership at the University of Tasmania. She... Read More →


Thursday October 6, 2016 15:30 - 16:30
Room F

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