Indigenomics: Economics from an Indigenous worldview - In person (Canada) and online
Indigenomics: Economics from an Indigenous worldview
Empowering self-determination through business for First Nations people
Broadcast Location: Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
Join us for a First Nations led discussion exploring the concept of Indigenomics and economic self-determination with leading First Nations speakers from Canada, Australia and New Zealand.
The event is hybrid, so that participants in Victoria British Columbia Canada can join in person, while participants from Canada, New Zealand and Australia can join us online.
The event will comprise a context-setting led by Carol Anne, followed by a panel discussion facilitated by Tiarne Shutt, Director of Business Development at First Australians Capital along with Te Puoho Katene, Executive Director of Tapuwae Roa.
SPEAKER - Carol Anne Hilton, CEO and Founder, Indigenomics Institute and Global Centre for Indigenomics
According to Carol Anne, Indigenomics honours the powerful thinking of indigenous wisdom of local economy, relationships and human values. Indigenomics is about increasing the role and visibility of indigenous peoples in the new economy.
Carol Anne is also the author of a book by the same title “Indigenomics – Taking a Seat at the Economics Table.” In her work at the Global Center of Indigenomics, she is facilitating collective Indigenous economic leadership, knowledge development and creating generational value, while building the space for valuing Indigenous worldviews of economy and well being through culture, digital arts and technology.
Tiarne Shutt, Director of Business Development, First Australians Capital
Tiarne Shutt is a proud First Nations woman with ancestral ties to the Worimi people. An experienced strategist and passionate storyteller. Tiarne excels at pushing boundaries, shifting mindsets, and affecting social change through storytelling and relationship building. Tiarne is at her best when she can use story and compassion to facilitate conversations focused on action. Tiarne is based on Yuggera Country in Meanjin (Brisbane).
Te Puoho Katene, Executive Director, Tapuwae Roa
Te Pūoho (Ngāti Toa, Ngāti Whātua, Ngāti Tama tribes) is the Executive Director of Tapuwae Roa (formerly Te Pūtea Whakatupu Trust), a charitable Trust pursuing targeted social change within an indigenous values-based impact framework. The Trust’s philanthropic and investment activity targets outcomes for Māori in three priority areas: education & training, traditional and scientific knowledge systems, and leadership Development.
An established governor, Te Pūoho serves as a Trustee for his Ngāti Toa tribe, the Ākina Foundation (a social impact consultancy), and is an Independent Director for Armillary Private Capital, Wakatū Inc’s Manaaki board, and Waikato-Tainui’s Distributions Committee. A graduate of Stanford Business School, a Fulbright Scholar and an Obama Foundation Leader: Asia-Pacific, Te Pūoho brings a global outlook on leveraging global best practice within an indigenous, values-based lens.
TE WAKA PROJECT - Why this event?
This event is a part of the Te Waka Project, a digital storytelling campaign and platform featuring stories of impact created in collaboration with First Nations people and the "Business For Good" network of Australia and Aotearoa/New Zealand.
The project is stewarding the journey of Te Waka from Australia to Amsterdam for the 2023 Edition of the Social Enterprise World Forum. The journey includes a group of 14 First Nations delegates from Australia and New Zealand stopping in Victoria BC to connect with Carol Anne and her team at the Indigenomics Institute.
TE WAKA PROJECT CROWDFUNDING VIDEO (SNEAK PEEK!)
The project comprises:
- A series of short documentary films exploring:
- The Te Waka story and its purpose. How it represents the social enterprise movement globally.
- Highlighting existing “First Traders” social enterprise stories, leadership and values
- Capturing, producing and amplifying the story of the First Nations-led trip to the 2023 Social Enterprise World Forum to Amsterdam -- the main work we are seeking funding for.
- A follow up story on the evolution of the Business for Good movement since the Social Enterprise World Forum in Brisbane, starting with First Nations perspectives.
- an interactive Impact Story Map platform created by project supporters and backers that invites them to share their stories, and lives on beyond the Social Enterprise World Forum 2023 in Amsterdam. A prototype version of this featuring First Nations voices will be created in time for the forum.
- Education of Ethical Storytelling practices for story holders of the project, within Our Race’s Transformational Ethical Story Telling (TEST) principles
Can you support the project with a donation on top of your ticket?
We now seek assistance from the Business for Good community, to support us to bring the project together and especially the post-production of content.
Donated funds will be used to complete the films, deliver workshops post-forum as well as complete development of the Impact Story Map platform. You can make a tax-deductible donation on top of your ticket purchase for this event, which will directly contribute to our crowdfunding total, or you can contribute via our crowdfunding platform to receive a reward.