Papers, Research & Reports

Digital Identity NZ co-creates mahi and support activities under one of four pillars  – Ecosystem Enablement, Sustainability, Privacy & Trust and Inclusion & Diversity. Digital Identity NZ expresses its mahi through one of five roles applicable to any given mahi and activity – Connect, Communicate, Guide, Develop and Promote. Submissions to Government, development of research, papers and reports all help create a digital identity ecosystem that supports a sustainable, inclusive and trustworthy digital future for all New Zealanders through its vision – that every New Zealander can easily use their Digital Identity in its mission to empower a unified, trusted and inclusive Digital Identity ecosystem for Aotearoa New Zealand that enhances Kāwanatanga (honourable governance), Rangatiratanga (self-determination & agency) and Ōritetanga (equity & partnerships).

Our Articles

Inclusive and Ethical Use of Digital Identity (IEUDI)October 2022Paper
Digital Identity NZ Reflections on Select Committee ReportSeptember 2022Report
The Reliance and Reuse of Identity Verification for AML/CFT PurposesOctober 2020Report

Our Submissions