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

Briefing to Incoming Minister Hon Melissa LeeNovember 2023Briefing
Briefing to Incoming Minister Hon Judith CollinsNovember 2023Briefing
Briefing to Incoming Minister Hon Brooke van VeldenNovember 2023Briefing
Digital Identity NZ Manifesto 2023September 2023Manifesto
Digital Identity in Aotearoa: Identity and Trust in an Increasingly Digital New ZealandFebruary 2023Report
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