Shared values of inclusion for all could unite different groups
Addressing same power sources (government, or certain government departments)
Cross-cutting concerns can be discovered and considered
Examples at UN level - initiatives on indigenous people with disabilities: https://www.un.org/development/desa/disabilities/issues/the-united-nations-and-indigenous-persons-with-disabilities.html
Question: how do we facilitate collaboration between different groups from the grassroots level, rather than the top-down / governmental?
talking about delayed youth transition
UN definition of “youth” : 13-25 (basis for funding under UN)
But in the context of different countries, youth might be up to age of 30
Q: critical analysis of UN definitions?
Youth-to-adult transition in conflict situations: http://www.gsdrc.org/publications/youth-transitions-into-adulthood-in-protracted-crises/
How do we enable “second chances” for those who have (literally or metaphorically) aged out, missed out
Designing for those on the margins first - those who’ve missed out on the “youth transition” are one of these marginal groups
How do we do inclusive design when funding models are age-based? How do we manage the inherent exclusion of this? Where are the opportunities for change, for flexibility to context?
Inclusive participation frameworks and networks - how to build them, how to sustain them?
Inclusive design training for organization
6Ps: policies, programs, projects, practices, partnerships, participation