FEB21 – Case Studies and Project Design Activity

FEB21 – Case Studies and Project Design Activity

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    • Jo Irvine

      February 25, 2021, 10:37 am

      AIM:
      To hear how the Coronavirus as impacted the lives of young people with a lived experience of care.

      OBJECTIVES:
      To recruit a group of young people from across Northern Ireland to lead a research project to gather other young peoples views opinions.
      To support the young people to develop their research, interpersonal, recording and reporting skills.
      To use the research to inform professionals.
      To use the research to develop standards for young peoples meetings.

      Outputs:
      Weekly meetings for up to 10 young people
      A method for gathering the young peoples views.
      A report to include visual and written material which will be presented at a launch event.
      A set of standards for young peoples meetings

    • Gabriella Solano

      February 25, 2021, 4:01 pm

      AIM
      Facilitate students capacity to represent themselves and think critically about the media they consume.

      OBJECTIVES
      To help students develop a greater sense of self
      To increase students knowledge of media types, purposes, and effect on the identities we construct
      To teach students how to counter unhealthy media images by creating their own
      To encourage other educators to make space for visual literacy, media literacy, and representation

      OUTPUTS
      What activities, services and products your project will deliver in order to achieve its aims and objectives.

      Example Outputs
      – weekly photography prompts and discussions for four weeks
      -weekly examination of media images compared to the personal photos for 4 weeks
      -creating a photo book of the personal photographs compared to the media image
      – A public exhibition to showcase the photography and photo books
      -conference with other educators to present work

    • Sofie Thorsen

      February 25, 2021, 4:24 pm

      Aim: Rethink citizen engagement via participatory methods to map how underrepresented groups in Copenhagen experience place attatchement in Copenhagen

      Objectives:
      1. Understand how underrepresented urban populations in CPH experience urban belonging
      2. Develop DATA AWARENESS and VISUAL/SPATIAL LITERACY in participants
      3. Co-design with partners some scenarios, design principles or other strategies for the inclusive, diverse and socially sustainable city as an outcome that can feed into policy making and urban planning in the future.
      4. Innovate visually and digitally driven participatory methods to engage citizens in ways that resituate the framing, observation and interpretation capacity away from us as urban planners and onto the citizens themselves, challenging the professional vision of how planners like Gehl approach issues of diversity and inclusion.
      5. Develop digital open-source tools for doing photo voice and participatory mapping to make methods more accesible to local community researchers

      Outputs:
      1. Insights in form of report, datascape website, exhibition or something else
      2. Having carried out learning workshops with participants
      3. Scenarios, design principles or action points that are forward-gazing and can be shared with policy makers and others
      4. New participatory methodologies – disseminated in scientific articles and our phd theses
      5. Concrete digital tools: a photo-voice smartphone-app and a participatory mapping software / webtool

    • Niamh Mclaughlin

      February 25, 2021, 4:46 pm

      Aim: Care experienced young people will tell their stories of their experiences of COVID
      OBJECTIVES

      – To enable care experienced YP to represent their experiences and perspectives on COVID 19 through photography and digital storytelling, and subsequently build self-confidence, self-worth, and insight hence developing future safeguarding.
      – To Develop confidence and reducing isolation in CEYP through having structured space and activities to discuss with their peers their thoughts, ideas, and experiences about particular relevant themes.

      OUTPUTS
      What activities, services and products your project will deliver in order to achieve its aims and objectives.

      Example Outputs
      – 6 weekly workshops for up to 8 participants, using participatory photography to explore their experiences of Covid and Lockdown
      – Individual scrapbooks for participants to curate and keep
      – A public exhibition to showcase the photography work produced and provide a wider audience with direct insight into the experiences and issues affecting participants.

    • Anne Foss-Durant

      February 25, 2021, 7:55 pm

      AIM: To understand the lived experience of “successful” care transition from hospital to the community in older adults in a rural setting.

      OBJECTIVES:
      1. To make visible the process of transitioning from hospital to the community as experienced by older adults in a rural community.
      2. To understand support mechanisms or factors that support successful transition from hospital to community in older adults who reside in a rural community.
      3. To understand gaps in services or support that are needed to enhance the success of transitions from hospital to home in a rural community setting.
      4. To educate the legislature, insurance providers and healthcare systems on the gaps in services or support needed to successful of transitions from hospital to
      home in a rural community setting.

      OUTPUTS:
      1. (# )workshops for participants, using participatory photography to explore care transition from hospital to community. The number of participants will be
      determined by the richness of the data and the ability to reach thematic saturation. The number of workshops will depend upon the number of participants and
      current health restrictions due to the pandemic.
      2. A final dissertation
      3. An executive summary for the insurance providers, healthcare system and Hawaii State Legislature, Committees on Consumer Protection and Health
      4. A public local exhibition to showcase the photography work produced and provide a wider audience with direct insight into the experiences and issues affecting
      participants.

    • Lee Kane

      February 25, 2021, 10:25 pm

      AIM
      To bring about an increase in the minimum of age of criminal responsibility to 15.

      OBJECTIVES
      • To enable formerly incarcerated young people (10-15) to represent their experiences and perspectives on the causes of criminal behaviour through photography and digital storytelling.
      • To build capacity and confidence among formerly incarcerated young people to share their experiences.
      • To raise awareness among the general public of the impact of youth criminalisation.
      • To build a coalition of support for the Raise the Age campaign.

      OUTPUTS
      • 10 weekly workshops for 12 participants, using participatory photography to explore causes of criminal activity, experiences of crime, and impact of incarceration.
      • A public exhibition to showcase the photography work produced and provide a wider audience with direct insight into the experiences and issues affecting participants.
      • A postcard campaign, featuring selected images with personalised messages, sent to all key decision makers.
      • A policy forum, including public exhibition and roundtable discussion, on the potential benefits and challenges of raising the minimum age of criminal responsibility.

    • Barbara Sutton

      February 25, 2021, 10:38 pm

      Aim:
      To recognize bridge-building as an essential role for Pastoral leaders.

      Objectives:
      1) To develop a congregational learning process that includes experience, observation and reflection, development of ideas and testing ideas.
      2) To create a hospital space for pastoral leaders to meet community leaders who have experience building bridges across communities.
      3) Integrate awareness of one’s cultural perspective gained through photography into ways to deepen one’s capacity for bridge-building.
      4) Generate and support innovative ideas and strategies that advance a thriving mission.

      Out puts
      1) A pastoral plan for Area Catholic Communities
      2) A causal mapping that enables congregations to make sense of challenging situations, to provide a way forward for a thriving mission.
      3) Draw from photographs key indicators of vitality by how Christian practices consistently appear across the Area Catholic Community.
      4) Gift discernment process for parishioners

    • Francois Questiaux

      February 26, 2021, 10:51 am

      AIM
      Opening the black box of shea collectors

      OBJECTIVES
      – To understand shea collector’s everyday experience, strengths and weaknesses within the invisible institutional framework in which they navigate.
      – Find out how social differentiation takes place, and how it impacts shea nut collection
      – Explore the collectors’ subjectivities
      – Understand the materiality of change and the physical manifestation of it.

      OUTPUT
      – A landscape of what are everyday life worries, pleasures and overall activities of shea collector
      – The translation into academically and publicly communicable data
      – Yet to be defined: use of the project as a group conscience builder at the local scale
      – A critique of simplistic, romantic, imperialist and paternalistic representations.

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