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Events

To be archived

This was a good way to organise the site when there were more open data events and our strategy involved prioritising information about those events. Now we have fewer events, and our strategy has shifted, it no longer makes sense to have a specific page on the website dedicated to this information.

We will archive this page on 16 April, 2021. We will describe all future events in blog posts.

If you know of any reason why we should not do this, email datalead@stats.govt.nz.

Wellington Meetup - Update on Open Data Programme

at Biz Dojo, 115 Tory Street, Wellington
We will set the scene of where we are at with open data.
Past events

Screenshot of the DataLand homepage.

DataLand 2018

at Department of Internal Affairs - 45 Pipitea Street, Wellington.
An open data hackathon - at DataLand participants will come together to solve real government solutions with open data.
Data Summit banner showing tagline and date / location details.

Data Summit '18

at Te Papa, Wellington.
2 day Summit discussing the balance of tension between data innovation and protecting privacy – ensuring New Zealanders have trust and confidence in the way their data is used.
Screenshot of the Tohatoha Aotearoa Commons homepage.

Sharing, opening, and using data...Creative Commons licenses 101

at Te Ara Hihiko, Massey University, Level C, Block 12, Wallace Street · Wellington
This workshop will take you through the ins and outs of the Creative Commons licenses – what they do, how they work, and how you can use them to move your business forward.
Colourful image of data.

From data to decisions

at Lambton Quay, Wellington
This free 2 day course will give an overview of the process involved in producing statistical outputs. This course is aimed at employees from agencies that use official statistics.
Photo of people playing Datopolis game.

Our last Wellington open data meetup of 2018!

at Bin 44, 3 Queens Wharf, Wellington.
It’s approaching That Time of The Year and we thought it would be great to have an open data meetup before everyone disperses for the holidays. It’ll be an opportunity for you to catch up, swap stories and start plotting making plans for 2019.
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