If you're able to get to Te Whanganui-a-Tara (Wellington, NZ) next weekend, you might consider joining me at the Moneylab conference. The programme looks like an intriguing mix of digital tech and social critique:

For example, the panel on "Māori/Indigenous Self-Sovereign Identity, and other protocols", which ...

"...brings together a group of researchers and practitioners working in the periphery of initiatives such as Te Mana Raraunga – Māori Data Sovereignty Network, and elaborates an indigenous world view on cultural engagement strategies through sociotechnical protocol and Tikanga Māori, to shares its practice across various projects for further knowledge transference and discussion."

I'll try to provide some running commentary on the conference in the 'verse, like I did for the conference in Hangzhou, China.

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