Attend and present at the 4th Annual International Open Data Conference (IODC), October 6-7, 2016 in Madrid. The IODC is a meeting point for over 1,000 members of the global community to study and debate the future of open data. It aims to build stronger relationships between open data initiatives across governments, and establish dialogue between policy makers, the private sector, activists and NGO's, journalists, and academics from around the world.
Why is this important for Indigenous Peoples?
Attend and prevent to ensure Indigenous peoples, researchers, and policy makers are at the table to discuss data issues that are critical to Indigenous populations, including ownership, representation, inclusion/exclusion, utility, privacy, autonomy, and cultural integrity.
What is the Indigenous Open Data Summit?
An official pre-conference event, the Indigenous Open Data Summit will be held October 4-5, 2016. Indigenous leaders and community members, researcher, and data producers and users are invited to contribute to the agenda and develop the outcomes of the 1st Indigenous Open Data Summit.