ECOSYSTEM OF EQUALITY       Tommi LaitioResearcher, Demos Helsinki      25 May 2011  tommi.laitio@demos.fi
MINORITY
Community
Minority
Alternative    A
Alternative    A  Result: you´re out
Alternative     B
Alternative     B     Result: you can´t         be you
TIME TO MOVE FROMEFFICIENT SUPERPLANS...
...TO FUNCTIONING     ECOSYSTEMS
FROM NATIONAL DEBATES....      vicious discussion about ´them´             ´for´ and ´against´
...TO PEOPLE GIVING HOPE     giving a range of faces to an issue    changing the subject from tolerance
FROMMINORITY
TOME
TOUS
WE STILL HAVE THESOCIAL DILEMMA.HOW DO I KNOW THATOTHERS WILL CHANGEAS WELL?
1) MAKING ACTINGDIFFERENTLYSOCIALLY ATTRACTIVE.2) SHOWING THE ACTIONOF EVEN ONE.3) TEACHING SKILLS
COMMUNITY NAMES AND      FRAMES THE ISSUE                             Example:Kiva antibullying project, which halved bull...
FROM ATTITUDES TO SKILLS                   Examples:   We Read Together (unifem, Zonta, libraries)        Crisis hotlines ...
IDENTIFYING COMMUNITIES              Example:     People´s Grocery in Oakland
EMPOWERING GATEKEEPERS              Example:    Demos Helsinki´s Peloton project
SUPPORTING INITIATIVES                       Example:Enabled by Design resulting from Social Innovation Camp
CREATING INTERDEPENDENCIES           Example:          Time Banks
COMMUNITY IS ACTION,   NOT ATTITUDE.
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Ecosystem of Equality

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Presentation on diversity, equality and youth at the Nordic Networking Seminar (Nordbuk) in Haikko 25.5.2011 by Researcher Tommi Laitio (Demos Helsinki).

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Ecosystem of Equality

  1. 1. ECOSYSTEM OF EQUALITY Tommi LaitioResearcher, Demos Helsinki 25 May 2011 tommi.laitio@demos.fi
  2. 2. MINORITY
  3. 3. Community
  4. 4. Minority
  5. 5. Alternative A
  6. 6. Alternative A Result: you´re out
  7. 7. Alternative B
  8. 8. Alternative B Result: you can´t be you
  9. 9. TIME TO MOVE FROMEFFICIENT SUPERPLANS...
  10. 10. ...TO FUNCTIONING ECOSYSTEMS
  11. 11. FROM NATIONAL DEBATES.... vicious discussion about ´them´ ´for´ and ´against´
  12. 12. ...TO PEOPLE GIVING HOPE giving a range of faces to an issue changing the subject from tolerance
  13. 13. FROMMINORITY
  14. 14. TOME
  15. 15. TOUS
  16. 16. WE STILL HAVE THESOCIAL DILEMMA.HOW DO I KNOW THATOTHERS WILL CHANGEAS WELL?
  17. 17. 1) MAKING ACTINGDIFFERENTLYSOCIALLY ATTRACTIVE.2) SHOWING THE ACTIONOF EVEN ONE.3) TEACHING SKILLS
  18. 18. COMMUNITY NAMES AND FRAMES THE ISSUE Example:Kiva antibullying project, which halved bullying in Finnish schools.
  19. 19. FROM ATTITUDES TO SKILLS Examples: We Read Together (unifem, Zonta, libraries) Crisis hotlines for rape victims
  20. 20. IDENTIFYING COMMUNITIES Example: People´s Grocery in Oakland
  21. 21. EMPOWERING GATEKEEPERS Example: Demos Helsinki´s Peloton project
  22. 22. SUPPORTING INITIATIVES Example:Enabled by Design resulting from Social Innovation Camp
  23. 23. CREATING INTERDEPENDENCIES Example: Time Banks
  24. 24. COMMUNITY IS ACTION, NOT ATTITUDE.

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