COVID-19 Recovery Scenario’s for Young People in Melbourne’s Inner North

The Project

This scenario planning project developed research informed scenarios of possible futures (Chaotic, Unsustainable, and Sustainable Futures) for young people in Melbourne’s inner north in 2025. This project was a partnership with the Inner Northern Local Learning and Employment Network.

The Challenge

Health and Wellbeing

Stakeholders
Young People

Economy and Livelihood

Stakeholders
Young People

Education and Training

Stakeholders
Young People

Community

Stakeholders
Young People

Outcomes

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We have finalised our report on the COVID-19 Recovery Scenarios for Young People in Melbourne’s Inner North.

The Summary report presents a brief overview of each of the three scenarios that we produced in the project. In earlier posts we presented the full account of each of these:

Chaotic Futures: the Future We Want to Avoid

Unsustainable Futures: The Future We Are Likely to Get

Sustainable Futures: The Future We Hope For

The Summary report also includes a brief outline of a project proposal to develop a cohort of Youth Activists for Sustainable Futures, and a micro-credential in Leadership for Sustainable Futures.

FINAL REPORT (SUMMARY)

DOWNLOAD – FULL REPORT

Project Lead

Peter Kelly

Researchers

Seth Brown

James Goring

Partners

Funding

The Inner Northern Local Learning and Employment Network (INLLEN) (2020-2021)

Keywords

Young people, COVID-19, health and wellbeing, education and training, economy and livelihood, community, future scenarios

Questions? Contact us here..

Peter Kelly