IDN Presents at Collaborative Conference on Computational & Intensive Data Science

On 1 May 2020, as part of the Collaborative Conference on Computational & Intensive Data Science, the IDN's James Rose, Kalinda Griffiths and Darren Clinch presented a paper  Indigenous Data Governance in Australia, summarising the functions and objectives of the IDN.

On 1 May 2020, as part of the Collaborative Conference on Computational & Intensive Data Science, the IDN's James Rose, Kalinda Griffiths and Darren Clinch presented a paper  Indigenous Data Governance in Australia, summarising the functions and objectives of the IDN.

The paper highlighted Australia’s colonial administrative history in generating extensive data on the health, education, employment, policing, environmental management and cultural heritage of Indigenous individuals and communities the contemporary role of Indigenous community-controlled organisations as owners, custodians and stewards of that data.

See the paper's abstract here: http://www.c3dis.com/3922