Reconciliation and Tech: Amplifying Indigenous Voices Through Ethical Nonprofit Tech Practices.

Join us on Thursday, September 28th, 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm ET for Reconciliation and Tech: Amplifying Indigenous Voices Through Ethical Nonprofit Tech Practices.

Whether you’re a technologist, a community worker, or an individual with interest in Indigenous rights, this webinar is a golden opportunity to advance the work of reconciliation. Learn, engage, and discover with Animikii Indigenous Technology as we redefine the possibilities of ethical, Indigenous-focused tech development.

About the Webinar: 

Our conversation will begin with an exploration of the cornerstones of ethical engagement with Indigenous communities, in a segment called ‘Building Respectful Relationships with Indigenous Communities.’ Our guests from Animikii will share their unique insights and experiences on how to foster respectful relationships that honor Indigenous cultures, histories, and rights.

What you’ll learn:

  1. How concepts such as respectful engagement, Indigenous Data Sovereignty, and culturally informed software development pave the way for more responsible and equitable technology use;
  2. How nonprofits can embed these practices into their work;
  3. The cornerstones of ethical engagement with Indigenous communities––online and offline;
  4. First-hand insights into the process of developing software that not only addresses functionality but also respects and promotes Indigenous cultural values.
NOTE: The webinar recording will be uploaded to the techsoup website after the live event.
Register and learn more about the webinar here!


Sep 28 2023


12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

The Equal Futures Network acknowledges that Indigenous people are the traditional guardians of Turtle Island, on the land also known as Canada

Read our full Territory Acknowledgment here.