- Platform for Economic Inclusion
- Preference Editing Tools Design
- Fluid Infusion
- Design Handbook
- Social Justice Repair Kit
Adapting on the fly to new contexts
SDG’s are very broad, technocratic - we can think about how to build in OER-type resources
use SDG’s as a framing device
Try a prototype on one of them
Basic messages about impact eg. throwing plastic bottles in river - responsible actions - preserving environment
- Updating the Guide to Action (http://www.tigweb.org/action-tools/guide/)
- POSSIBLE THINGS TO DO
- Updating the guide itself
- A guide to the Sustainable Development Goals
- A guide to Inclusion
- 17 different goals and objectives of UN (https://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/?menu=1300)
- AKA Sustainable Development Agenda, 2030 Goals
- the MDG -> SDG process was an inclusive design process in action
- JAMES: no involvement of people in MDGs, not meant for developed countries
- Shift from developing countries to ALL countries
- Goals 1-5: "Unfinished business"
- Goals 12-15: "The Green Agenda"
- "a global ambition with national partnerships"
- Action Guides framed in terms of the SDGs?
- update Guide to Action
- frame it in terms of the SDGs
- make it more accessible and inclusive
- another interesting frame - inclusion!
- how do we ensure that we create and develop processes inclusively, accessibly
- "who are young people?"
- who is the constituency
- how can we develop content that is understandable by young people in different regions?
- different reading levels
- visual aids
- RELEVANT and CONTEXTUAL
- directions of entry
- young people with learning differences understanding of SDGs
- creating adaptable resources - adaptable to regional context, to learning differences
- Global Goals Platform: http://globalgoals.youthmovements.org/
- SDGs an inclusive design process in action
- How do we adapt it to integrate young people with learning differences?
- analyzing tools, analyzing materials
- are materials in easy to read format?
- Environmental scan of SDGs
- Identifying some of the stakeholders, who we might be able to provide and collect input from
- Who is not part of these conversations?
- Intersecting literacies
- Initial timeline
- people have difficulty accessing computers in Africa
- but around 80% of the young people (18-30) have mobile phones
- Facebook, Whatsapp, etc
- to what extent do these versions of information have a mobile version?