The Indigenous Data and Repositories Consortium

NNI’s Associate Director Dr. Stephanie Russo Carroll and Dr. Jane Anderson of NYU’s Engelberg Center on Innovation Law & Policy and co-founder of Local Contexts will lead the three year project. They aim to:

  • Develop indicators to assess researcher and institutional implementation of the CARE Principles, and
  • Create tools and resources to facilitate implementation of the CARE Principles within repositories and collection. This includes implementation of the Local Contexts Cultural Institution, Traditional Knowledge, and Biocultural Notices in the first instance alongside the development of institutional policy. 

Project Leads:

Dr. Stephanie Carroll

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Dr. Jane Anderson

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“The proposed work builds upon and connects already existing activities and strengthens relationships between Indigenous scholars, tribal leaders, and allies working to ensure Indigenous governance of Indigenous data into the future.”

– Dr. Stephanie Russo Carroll

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