Partnerships

We work with a number of organisations that support access to the Internet in New Zealand.

Current partnerships

NetSafe (current strategic partnership to 31 March 2016, $75k in 2015-16)
The focus of this partnership is on supporting Internet safety and security work undertaken by NetSafe.

2020 Communications Trust (current strategic partnership to 31 March 2016, $75k in 2015-16)
The focus of this partnership is on digital inclusion - including community activities which provide digital access and training, research on digital inclusion and supporting greater collaboration on digital inclusion activities. There is a current focus on the Auckland region.

AUT Institute of Culture Discourse and Communication (current strategic partnership to 31 March 2017, $40k per annum)
The focus of this partnership is on undertaking and disemminating research around Internet use in New Zealand, through supporting the World Internet Project New Zealand 2015 survey. Additionally, we work with AUT ICDC on supporting a New Zealand Internet Research Forum event.

Creative Commons Aotearoa New Zealand (current strategic partnership to 31 March 2016, $33k per annum)
This focus of this partnership is on supporting the use of the Internet in education and research, specifically with activities and resources that support open access models via the Internet in the education and research sectors.

Figure.NZ (current strategic partnership to 31 March 2016, $40k per annum)
The purpose of this partnership is to enhance access to data about the Internet in New Zealand and to enhance and promote access to other data relevant to the New Zealand public by leveraging the Internet.

We also provide in-kind support to a number of organisations that work in areas that are related to what we do, including: