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February 2021

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    Looking down into the dining area of the Guildford Hotel in Western Australia.

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    The door to an annealing furnace at the Midland Railway Workshops. The furnace itself is outside the building.

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    Looking south over the bench, path, beach and the Swan River.

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    The building site at Freshwater Bay Museum.

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    Maps and digital data have played crucial roles in humanitarian aid eg. disaster response. Although it is of best interest to help local communities through generating data and features on the map, humanitarian actors and mappers should take note that we are not only mapping features (houses, roads, waterways, etc), but also mapping the land, oceans, and communities who live and are stewards of that space. With this webinar, we want to examine and discuss this balance (community digital information), decolonizing open data and open mapping, and representation and power in humanitarian mapping, among others.

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