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New grant open

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December 07

New grant open

We have $230,000 in total for this grant round. Up to $10,000 is available per project. 

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December 06

Get into Games Aotearoa, the Mātauranga Wero Hanga edition

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November 29

Get into Games Aotearoa, the Mātauranga Wero Hanga edition

We are excited to be supporting Māori development within the tech industry, by sponsoring Te Papatipu Matihiko to run Mātauranga Wero Hanga 2022.

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Community of strangers — Lady Khadija Trust

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November 02

Community of strangers — Lady Khadija Trust

The Trust interviewed five individuals and has created five 10-minute video interviews. These people provide insight into why online hate gets amplified online, defining hate and harm and looking to understand the legislations around it. 

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Humanity Matters NZ — new research on disinformation

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October 26

Humanity Matters NZ — new research on disinformation

This new report centres the voices of people impacted by disinformation online. It offers a valuable template for others working to understand how it can affect a community.

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New on-demand funding available (total funding $85,000)

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October 10

New on-demand funding available (total funding $85,000)

A new on-demand funding round opened 10 October and will close when all funding is distributed or on 31 March 2023

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New .nz registry is going live on 1 November

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October 07

New .nz registry is going live on 1 November

We are preparing to deploy the InternetNZ Registry System on a world-class platform. It will be the trusted home for all .nz domains for years to come. 

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Children's rights to privacy in the era of Big Data

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September 19

Children's rights to privacy in the era of Big Data

Dr Caroline Keen is the Founder of Sociodigital Research. Dr Keen's 2019 research revealed that parents generally believed that institutions and companies collected a minimal amount of data about them, and that there were regulations to prevent the collection of sensitive data from their children without parental consent. She sat down for a kōrero with Senior Community Advisor, Ciara Arnot.

 

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Digital fluency and wellbeing through a Mātauranga Māori framework

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September 06

Digital fluency and wellbeing through a Mātauranga Māori framework

In a recent grant, Spotswood College in Taranaki set out to build and develop digital fluency and digital wellbeing through a Mātauranga Māori framework.

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August 02

Courageous Conversations

As part of our on-demand grant funding for 2021, one of the recipients was Courageous Conversation Aotearoa Foundation. Find out about the great mahi they are doing.

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