There are huge economic, social and environmental opportunities from treating our data as a national strategic asset. The Data Futures Partnership has been created to help lead the development of a data-use system that will create value for all New Zealanders by making better use of our data.
The Partnership is an independent group that is partly funded by Government to work with all New Zealanders to create the right systems, settings and conditions to allow our data to be put to work making New Zealand a better place.
Social Licence: A Māori Perspective
The Partnership recently held a korero focused on a Māori perspective for social licence and data use. Tina Porou, a member of our working group, facilitated the session.
The discussion was wide ranging and informed by opening presentations from Dame Diane Robertson (our Chair) and Maui Hudson from the University of Waikato.