We started with this doc: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1qYle5gqlSxTFxP9EFXi8vlnRdBCZTCnMUe-tMYNqvBs/edit?usp=sharing

Summary:

  1. Start with creating a new resource that describes our perspectives on Inclusive Design within the context of youth activism and learning differences.
  2. Start working on a new resource that describes "how to get started" with our existing inclusive design tools (e.g. in the Guide)
  3. Establish our first project design/development "theme" around tools and approaches for perspective gathering and story telling—things that help us and our communities gather and share stories and perspectives by individuals (e.g. tools for recording audio, video stories and related accessible alternatives)
  4. (simultaneously with 1-3): Organize a series of events with partners (either in person or remotely or both) in which we work with them on best ways to help increase their inclusive design capacity when they're working in their communities

We all agreed to write up a few bullet points about why stories are important

Some reasons:

Links shared during the meeting:

https://humanrights.ca/act/share-your-story

http://www.citizenshandbook.org/arnsteinsladder.html

https://lithgow-schmidt.dk/sherry-arnstein/ladder-of-citizen-participation.html

https://www.facebook.com/projectmyvalue/