Visualising Indigenous Development, Progress & Other Things

Kia Ora.

My name is Te Atawhai Tibble. I am Ngati Porou, Towharetoa and Raukawa. I am a fluent speaker of te reo Maori. I studied law, economics, statistics and public policy at Victoria Uni.

I’m based in Bangkok, doing some work for Statistics NZ and about to embark upon some work for the UN.

This blog is my hobby (yes, geeky, but hey…I enjoy it). It is not a political blog, but rather represents things that really interest me, with a focus on what the data indicates.

My passion is Maori development. Maori kaupapa development. Yes I have opinions like anyone, I am a stickler for facts, like data, and am interested in how it differs and influences our perceptions.

This page is a mix of data analysis,  and infographics with a focus on iwi development.

Infographics turn complex information into exciting and capitvating picture stories that help people understand, remember and engage. It has been an amazing success for Stats NZ and something I am quite proud of.

Here is an infographic I helped develop at Stats NZ about Maori and non Maori dissatisfaction with the state of the environment – based on 2008 GSS data.

Dissatisfaction with State of Environmentt

So Iwinfografix presents a series of information graphics about Te Ao Maori.  It brings together knowledge, understanding, art, culture, design, and statistics/information.

What are Infographics?

What are Infographics?

Keep an eye on this page and updates as I present some rough drafts and finished products on infographics about Te Ao Maori, our development, and our people.  If you have any comments, feel free to contact me here: a.tibble@gmail.com

Nga mihi

Atawhai

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