Collection and Governance of Data: Much to Learn

iipj 2There is an extensive history of research projects with Indigenous communities around the world where the projects were based on Western epistemologies and were neither collaborative, nor community- based.This editorial introduces the International Indigenous Policy Journal’s special issue on the governance of Indigenous information. The issue opens a dialog about how data can be collected and governed in a way that empowers Indigenous peoples and communities.

Written by Jerry P. White, University of Western Ontario and freely accessible through the International Indigenous Policy Journal.

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