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Reconciliation and Tech: Amplifying Indigenous Voices Through Ethical Nonprofit Tech Practices
September 28 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am
In an age of growing concern over AI misuse, data breaches, and digital surveillance, Indigenous approaches to technology point to a powerful way forward.
Join us to learn from our guests at Animikii, a leading Indigenous-owned technology company as they share their insights and expertise with us.
We’ll be exploring ethical and decolonial approaches to technology all the way from its uses to its governance.
What you’ll learn:
1. How concepts such as respectful engagement, Indigenous Data Sovereignty, and culturally informed software development pave the way for more responsible and equitable technology use;
2. How nonprofits can embed these practices into their work;
3. The cornerstones of ethical engagement with Indigenous communities––online and offline;
4. First-hand insights into the process of developing software that not only addresses functionality but also respects and promotes Indigenous cultural values.
Whether you’re a technologist, a community worker, or an individual with interest in Indigenous rights, this webinar is a golden opportunity to advance the work of reconciliation. Learn, engage, and discover with Animikii Indigenous Technology as we redefine the possibilities of ethical, Indigenous-focused tech development.
ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION Animikii is values-driven, B Corp-Certified, and CCAB-Certified organization that works with leading Indigenous-focused organizations from all industries to drive positive change.
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS The team at Animikii is a dynamic blend of technologists, strategists, and designers. We will be joined by their Chief Impact and Communications Officer, Ian Capstick, and will hear from a wide variety of Animikii team members throughout the presentation in an interactive panel format.
*** Find the full details about the session and our guests over on our blog: https://www.techsoup.ca/content/webinar-alert-reconciliation-and-tech-amplifying-indigenous-voices-through-ethical-nonprofit ***