Podcast Episode 1: How our history can write our digital future

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The Impact Series with Sacha McNeil

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Aotearoa and the world is beginning to awaken to the realisation that Māori values and beliefs, so long squashed under colonial societal structures, can offer a more collective, diverse and truly resilient, sustainable approach as we run head on into the digital age.

Sacha talked with Sara to find out why she believes it’s so important to have diversity in the digital world, what informs her worldview of justice and dignity for all, and her idea of how and why we can use a New Zealand historical document as a framework for our future.

Aotearoa and the world is beginning to awaken to the realisation that Māori values and beliefs, so long squashed under colonial societal structures, can offer a more collective, diverse and truly resilient, sustainable approach as we run head on into the digital age.

Sacha talked with Sara to find out why she believes it’s so important to have diversity in the digital world, what informs her worldview of justice and dignity for all, and her idea of how and why we can use a New Zealand historical document as a framework for our future.

Production credits:
Interview by Sacha McNeil, supporting content and project management by Anna Reid, Kate Bruce and Rhian Bedford-Palmer from Tech Futures Lab.  Vision and sound by Braam Compton and Bernadette Weitsz from Compton Creative, and graphic visuals by Megan Ying.

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