ENRICH: Equity for Indigenous Research and Innovation Coordinating Hub

Enriching practices. Enriching policies. Enriching people.

ENRICH supports the development of Indigenous based protocols, Indigenous centered standard setting mechanisms, and machine-focused technology that inform policy, transform institutional and research practices, and reform relationships between Indigenous communities and wider society.

ENRICH integrates four disciplines – Indigenous Rights, Law, Policy, and Data Science.

ENRICH Global Chairs

Assistant Professor Krystal Tsosie (Arizona State University) and Assistant Professor Keolu Fox (University of California San Diego) are the 2022-2023 ENRICH Global Chairs. Previous Chairs were Professor Maggie Walter (University of Tasmania) and Assistant Professor Stephanie Russo Carroll (University of Arizona).

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Local Contexts

This international system supports Indigenous communities in the management of intellectual and cultural property. It includes the Traditional Knowledge and Biocultural Labels and Notices.

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Our Vision


Remembering the Past. Enriching the Future.

Our outputs.

Indigenous Data Rights, Privacy, Digital Ethics, Digital Strategies, & Capacity Building.

Our outcomes.

Informing Policy, Transforming Institutional Practice, & Reforming Community Control.

Our Impact.

Indigenous Control of Indigenous Data, Enhancing Indigenous Self-Determination, & Participation in our Digital Future.

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