|Data access details
||1. Name of relevant individual(s) and their community(ies) and/or other funding organisations who may have rights in this material:
For materials from Wagu Village, the Wagu Environmental Development Association (WEDA) as custodian of intellectual and speaker rights.
Authors of texts from Inalu have intellectual rights to their own texts. (names are in the metadata.)
National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), a US government agency sponsored the recent research would in theory have rights. However, this grant did not include any special rights or even a copy of the materials being archived.
Their Address(es) Wagu Environmental Development Association, c/o PIM, Private Mail Bag, Wewak, East Sepik Province, Papua New Guinea
Any named individual, Inalu Village, c/o Jason Stuart, New Tribes Mission, Wewak, East Sepik Province, Papua New Guinea
NO Phone or fax numbers are reliably available. They can be contacted BEST by short text email to individuals named below with note at top asking that it be printed and distributed.
E-mail address (Wagu) firstname.lastname@example.org (this is Ruben Wach, manager for PIM)
(Inalu) email@example.com Jason Stuart is the resident missionary in Inalu, with radio email contact. He expects to be there much of the time through 2013. After that, Inalu people might have to be contacted laboriously via Wagu.
Other contact information: I (Wayne Dye) sometimes know current cell phone info and preset calling times.
Everyone who authored a text, was in a photo or video, helped with transcribing, or otherwise was involved in producing this archive was given the same explanation. Without exception all approved the use of these materials as follows:
• All archived materials can be located on the internet by anyone and obtained from there at nominal cost (cost of making CDs and DVDs). This includes the descendants of Wagu and Inalu people. This is the primary benefit that will accrue to them and the primary reason most contributors told their stories.
• In the unlikely event that a person or company would benefit financially from any materials, e.g. as examples in a textbook, then a small portion of the profit would be sent to the authors or their representatives or descendants as listed above.
• Nothing in the archive will portray them in a negative light as backward or ignorant or simple, but all individuals, their culture and language, will be viewed with normal human respect.
There are NO SPECIAL CONDITIONS. This archive includes no gender restricted material nor does it include other material on which there are viewing limits. Photos of deceased people are acceptable in this culture, and in fact are valued.