Upcoming Events

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Webinar – International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples

Monday 10th August, 2020

Webinar #1: 11am-12pm AEST (1pm-2pm NZST)
Webinar #2: 12pm-12:45pm AEST (2pm-2:45pm NZST)
Drought Monitoring

These webinars are held in conjunction with the UN’s International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples and aims to raise awareness and protect the rights of the world’s indigenous population. We acknowledge the differences in circumstances between indigenous peoples of New Zealand and Australia and therefore for this topic will be hosting 2 separate webinars back to back. The first will be focused on the Maori population of New Zealand and the second, for the first peoples of Australia and we encourage you to attend both if you can!

Past Events

Webinar – Using Data to Prevent Trafficking

Thursday 30th July, 2020

5pm AEST
Drought Monitoring

July 30 is the UN’s World Day against Trafficking in Persons. People trafficking and modern day slavery is a massive worldwide problem with very few countries immune to human trafficking. It occurs right here in Australia and New Zealand, and our Data4Good World Day against Trafficking in Persons webinar aims to raise awareness in order to inspire people to use data to take action.

Webinar – World Population Day

Friday 10th July, 2020

12pm AEST
Drought Monitoring

With a focus on leveraging data and technology in innovative ways to benefit individuals, organisations and communities, Jannat is currently the Director – NZ at Smart Cities Council ANZ, NZ Lead at the Centre for Data Leadership, Smart Cities Advisor for Hamilton City Council, and Principal Advisor for Asia Pacific in IoT, Agritech and Fintech with Ecosystem.

Webinar – World Environment Day

Friday 5th June, 2020

12pm AEST
Drought Monitoring

World Environment Day is the United Nations day for encouraging worldwide awareness and action to protect our environment. There’s some amazing data being captured on the environment, and being aware of it can be the catalyst for organisations to understand where opportunities lie to help protect our environment.

We-BEE-nar – World Bee Day

Wednesday 20th May, 2020

12pm AEST
Drought Monitoring

A fascinating insight into how having the right data can guide steps to take to ensure healthy bees, presented by someone who has ultimate knowledge about how bees think and behave.

Data4Good Conference Auckland

Thursday, 14th November, 2019

9am – 5pm NZST
Auckland Data4Good Conference

Be inspired by data case studies from people who are making a real difference in their workplace and harness ideas you can bring to your own business. Speakers include Tania Brown at the University of Wollongong’s SMART Infrastructure Facility, Janette Searle, founder of Take My Hands, Hīria Te Rangi, CEO and Trustee of Whare Hauora.

Meetup – Auckland Data4Good Forum

Thursday, 15th August, 2019

5:30pm NZST
Auckland Data4Good Conference

Steven MacLeod ~ EcoTrack App and experienced Eco Warrior Entrepreneur hosted the first Auckland meetup. Steven is passionate about protecting New Zealand’s wildlife and environment and has spent countless hours creating and app and gathering data to help with this mission. 

Meetup – Using Data to Prevent Human Trafficking

Tuesday, 30th July, 2019

6:00pm AEST
Auckland Data4Good Conference

We heard from some great speakers about how they are using data to help prevent human trafficking and modern-day slavery. Hosted by Sally Irwin – Freedom Hub,  Kimberly Randle – Fair Supply, Belinda Flatters – Baptist World Aid & Heidi Nash-Smith – Head of Pro Bono at Wotton + Kearney.

Sydney Data4Good Conference

Thursday, 28th March, 2019

9:00am – 5:00pm AEST
Auckland Data4Good Conference

An unmissable, inspiring day that will offer tangible insights and creative approaches from speakers who are using data for positive change across industries including the environment, health, communities with speakers from Thankyou., University of Wollongong’s SMART Infrastructure Facility, Therapeutic Goods Administration and more.

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