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This session will focus on exploring the First Nation principles of OCAP®, which stands for ownership, control, access, and possession guides a community in making decisions regarding why, how, and by whom information is collected, used, or shared. OCAP® is an opportunity for First Nation people to express their unique worldview and protocols related to ideas of community privacy and information governance currently not protected by Canadian privacy laws, while concentrating on all aspects of information governance including creation and management. This session will also identify future training options available for First Nation communities in Alberta. 

 

Presenter: Bonnie Healy
Bonnie Healy is the Operations Manager for the Alberta First Nations Information Governance Centre (AFNIGC).  Bonnie’s experience and expertise in First Nations information systems give her a clear understanding and a strong passion for using data as a tool for change and giving voice to Alberta First Nations Leadership’s right to self-determination, control, and jurisdiction in reliable research and accurate statistics. 

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