Juliana (joined near the end due to time miscommunication relating to Daylight Savings)
Liam shared his draft SJRK Deliverables Report
We’ve been working on the Storytelling Tool website
The most current implementation is here: https://stories.floeproject.org/
Development is ongoing
A meeting is scheduled with Silvia for this coming Thursday
Community storytelling with indigenous populations
How can TIG help IDRC? Liam is willing to contribute
James is involved in a project in Singapore in February 2019 for young people working with SDGs, via Inclusion for Humanity
Including those on the margins
Building “networks” rather than single groups
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
Second opportunity programs
Participation frameworks giving opportunities to all
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?
Co-design with young people
Co-design by storytelling?
Inclusive design training for organization
6Ps: policies, programs, projects, practices, partnerships, participation
Juliana (quick update)
Action plan in English & Spanish: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1O-2hxH0IZBN48IjEHQ6uyZcCXqc6UbMUKXLHTfsvZ68/edit