the systems school – Systems Community of Practice – Examining Power, Lived Experience and Co-Design, plus systems practice self-assessment

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Next Session: Examining power, lived experience and co-design
Thursday June 4th from 1:00-2:30pm Melbourne time

*members of the community of practice will receive a
calendar invitation with connection details separately*
We are pleased to share that in conjunction with our Power in the System course ( https://www.the-systems-school.org/copy-of-webinar-series ) , we will be hosting a virtual fireside chat with a few special guest practitioners. These folks are working in the field and engaging with issues of power, co-design, lived experience and systems. We’ll be hearing from them about how they are navigating these topics in their own practice.

Special Guests:

  • Angela Walsh and Nadia Albert work for Create Space Consultancy

https://www.createspaceconsultancy.com/ in the areas of intersectional whole of system and community change for enabling gender equality, preventing family violence, respectful relationships and anti-racism

  • Emma Blomkamp (https://www.linkedin.com/in/emmablomkamp/) is a facilitator, researcher and strategic designer, dedicated to co-creating compassionate systems
  • Morgan Lee Cataldo (https://www.linkedin.com/in/morganleecataldo/) is the Senior Manager for Youth Engagement at Berry Street and Independent Participatory Design Practitioner

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Systems Practice Self-Assessment
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Back in December we wrapped up the inaugural ‘introduction to systems thinking’ webinar learning series. During one of the sessions, I introduced this brief survey tool to help you assess where you might begin building your systems practice (http://bit.ly/systemspractices) !

You may like to return to this survey over time and see how your progress is developing and see new areas for you to explore.
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