Local Contexts Summit 2023 - Aotearoa video livestreams and recordings

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25 Nov 2023

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Corrie Roe | Local Contexts



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The second Local Contexts Summit and film premiere will be held on 28 November NZST.

The Summit will bring together people from across the Local Contexts community with a focus on Indigenous authority, control, and governance in the archive and sciences.

Community representatives will share about the implementation of Traditional Knowledge and Biocultural Labels in their community contexts as well as how they envision the potential of the Labels. Institutions and researchers working with the Engagement and Disclosure Notices will discuss changing workflows and the importance of developing and maintaining ethical and reciprocal relationships with communities.

We are applying a TK Notice to the livestreams and recordings of the Summit.


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