Liam - Not everything on the list is meant to be publicly available, but they may be available (upon further conversations) to partner organizations of the project. Other items would require consultation ahead of time with the groups involved before anything can be committed to (such as connections to Indigenous communities - these would need to be created with consent from the community members themselves)
The intention is for the resources to be posted on the website, so it would be better if the descriptions are written with a non-familiar audience in mind, someone who has never heard of these things would get a good idea of what a particular resource was about
Useful for potential collaborators to see them in the list - move to proposed workplan as well
Karisma - methodology for work in Fresno, but Tata and Juliana just started this week to think about how to present that as methodology - don’t have a resource just yet
E.g. sharing stories in rural context using local network
Work with Platohedro - same situation - didn’t develop a concrete resource - process, methodology
James - working with youth orgs - resources are outcome of project
German-African youth exchange - will work with youth with disabilities, Indigenous youth - Tanzania, S Africa, - they want an inclusion guideline - James’ research will inform this
James - 3 activities - design toolkit with input from youth, publish, monitor changes
Need to engage with UWEZO - online workshop?
James’ report - informs inclusion guide? Internal (and external) capacity-building in terms of inclusion
Conversation with both groups and then define in more detail the 3 phases
Tata getting to know the groups in Jan/Feb (after holidays, in mid-Jan) - will travel to Fresno and Medellín in February
Plan is more general for now - but will become more defined once Tata meets with the groups and understands their expectations
Continue from last year, or start some new things?
Definitely want more teachers and students to use the local network
Plan will include development of methodology. Yes!
Juliana doing an article/post/memories about this last year - to document the process - with some perspective.
Students in Fresno are making videos - journalism - posting on FB - also interviewed Giovanna about visit to Toronto - Juliana will share link https://youtu.be/50P6HeOOOB0
The practice of the Planet is the School - visits to local entrepreneurs, converting that stories into drawings, writings, photos etc - and share it using a local network could be share with other schools. So that is why we are thinking in a new group that Tata knows in Palenque.
Palenque (near Cartagena) are interested.
(for deploying technical systems in the schools - would TIGed be a potential useful platform for this? https://www.tigweb.org/tiged/) Juliana will look into this
Propose a local network for others - to share traditions, etc
A great opportunity to collaborate with Silvia since she is local to Cartagena region
James - language, translation - website - can we add a statement about supporting this? E.g. visualization of information to make it easier to understand - the basic principles that inform inclusion practices - understanding the exclusion pillars
Having the material on the SJRK site available in various languages (Kinyarwanda, Spanish, etc.)
Identifying areas of collaboration across partners, across cultures - this will be really good to know
Other partners post their workplans in the doc - Liam can try to identify overlap
OR - partners can look at TIG’s plan and comment on possible areas of overlap
TIG would prefer to work in collaboration
TIG’s plan is still broad - don’t want to get to specific yet - more of a brainstorm at the moment
James - partners are at different phases of work - e.g. UWEZO is just designing/developing a toolkit based on their context (mapping the needs)- how do we use the funds available in the best way to move forward?
E.g. take what TIG has done (with SDG action guide) and translate it, contextualize it