RELEVANT PUBLICATONS

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The health disadvantages of Indigenous peoples around the world have their roots in colonisation and discrimination and are related to a loss of autonomy over lands and culture. This history has profoundly affected social determinants of health, such as poverty and marginalisation, and contributed to higher rates of communicable and non-communicable diseases in Indigenous people, and life expectancies that are typically 5 years or more lower than in non-Indigenous populations. Despite persistent health inequities, Indigenous peoples are determining the path to healing their communities.

The Lancet. Vol 390 November 4, 2017.Walker, J. Lovett, R. Jones, C. Henry, D. Kukutai, T. (2017).

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PRINCIPLES OF MAORI DATA SOVEREIGNTY

Te Mana Raraunga Brief #1 | October 2018

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Indigenous data, indigenous methodologies and indigenous data sovereignty

Maggie Walter and Michele Suina

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Data sovereignty, community control and better outcomes

Jason Eades Social Ventures Australia

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UN report on big data by Special Rapporteur Report on the right to privacy. The report

contains significant ID-SOV content.

Please see highlighted sections in PDF.