Māori are key innovators of digital technology. This session will discuss entrepreneurship, improving access, opportunities for iwi and hapū and how Māoritanga can influence and be influenced by the Internet.
Amber Craig – InternetNZ
- What does the internet do well for Māori culture? For Māori business? For Māori Leadership?
- As natural entrepreneurs, how has, how does, or how could the internet provide new tools, and new frontiers for Māori?
- What does the internet mean for the connection of Māori back to their whānau, hāpu and iwi? And for the sharing of knowledge and tikanga?
- Where and how does Te Ao Māori (tikanga, kaupapa, whakaaro) exist in tension with the internet?
"I've found the digital space a great place to connect with other Maori." Maori ICT discussion at #nethui South Auckland
— NetHui (@NetHuiNZ) October 14, 2016
The internet has helped marae and hapu have better communications with other marae and hapu #nethui
— baruk (@feddabonn) October 14, 2016
— Rohan MacMahon (@rohmac) October 14, 2016