Micro-Credential for Neurodiverse Young People in Whittlesea
This project supports neurodiverse young people in completing a Micro-Credential in Co-Design for Diversity and Inclusion and to evaluate their progress in successfully achieving this in Whittlesea.
Young People’s Education and Employment Aspirations in Geelong
The project will provide Geelong region stakeholders with a strong evidence base over 3 years to co-design innovative interventions to foster the education and employment aspirations of young people from disadvantaged backgrounds in Geelong.
A multi-stakeholder, multi-community, multi-organisational, multi-year (long term) program of applied research, ethical innovation, transformative and disruptive policy and practice for regenerating capitalism in Greater Geelong and the Great South Coast in Victoria (AUSTRALIA), for futures that are sustainable and just for all.
Code Red Alliance for Young People
The project is developing a global network of researchers in childhood and youth studies who will work with partners and collaborators in seeking philanthropic funding for ‘audacious’ interventions into the many crises shaping young people’s presents and futures.
Young People in/and the Anthropocene
This research program will find, explore, and co-produce new ways of thinking (for the young and old) and of being and becoming in times of change (4th Industrial Revolution) and crises (Climate, Plastic, and Mass Extinction).
COVID-19 Recovery Scenario’s for Young People in Melbourne’s Inner North
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.
Young People and Micro-creds for Sustainable, Regenerative and Just Futures
When formal education systems are largely concerned with the testing and ranking of young people in relation to the acquisition of the individualised skills that ‘industry’ needs, then micro-creds can enable communities and young people to capture and create shared social, cultural and economic value for sustainable, regenerative and just futures.
UNEVOC@RMIT is part of an inclusive global learning network called the UNEVOC Network. It is a leader in facilitating co-design approaches for creating a future of sustainable development for all young people in times of crisis and disruption. The UNEVOC Network is coordinated by UNESCO-UNEVOC. UNESCO-UNEVOC is UNESCO’s specialised Centre for technical and vocational education and training (TVET). It assists UNESCO’s 195 member states to strengthen and upgrade their TVET systems. More information about UNESCO-UNEVOC can be found here.