LONG READ: What is #DataBack? Indigenous-owned software company makes data exciting

Animikii, an Indigenous technology company, has launched Niiwin, a tool for Indigenous-led organizations to own and manage their own data structures.

Why It Matters

Missing, obscured and incomplete data can have tangible consequences for Indigenous communities and their wellbeing. It’s vital to discuss practical steps organizations can take to embed Indigenous data sovereignty into their processes.

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