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 is excited to announce its newest initiative - ENRICH Community
ENRICH Community focuses on sharing knowledge and experiences through different mediums including films, events, podcasts, webinars, and emerging technologies. Connecting pasts, presents and futures to activate immersive engagement and change, ENRICH Community is a platform for collaboration centering historically marginalized voices and experience.
ENRICH Community is committed to serving audiences across all ages and interests from education, advocacy and community building. We seek partnerships with aligned impact values to support a diversity of voices.
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).
Remembering the Past. Enriching the Future.
Indigenous Data Rights, Privacy, Digital Ethics, Digital Strategies, & Capacity Building.
Informing Policy, Transforming Institutional Practice, & Reforming Community Control.
Indigenous Control of Indigenous Data, Enhancing Indigenous Self-Determination, & Participation in our Digital Future.