Equality, diversity, development and curation of opportunity is an active process.
It requires long-term comprehensive efforts to, at the very least;
1. Curate relevant opportunities.
2. Help communities understand and engage with these opportunities.
3. Provide wraparound services to communities to facilitate the engagement.
4. Have lines of dynamic communication ensuring the resources available are of the most benefit to the communities being developed and those supporting/providing the opportunities.
5. Have a diverse range of opportunities available, and allow for individuals to explore various avenues to fulfillment, employment and engagement so that they can make well-informed, relevant decisions and commit to pathways of development.
If we don’t have this as a minimum requirement for development of social outcomes we will continue to miss the mark for those in need.
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Wrapping up the weekend in NSW and clearly One nation taking 6% of the primary vote in NSW is not the kind of result I’d like to see in Australian Politics. Particularly given the events of the last couple of weeks. However, rather than bang on about that right away, I think it highlights a need for more access to less confirmation bias for all sides of the socio-political spectrum.
We'll give away this free tip for the next innovation on Linkedin Twitter and Facebook because I strongly believe that until we do a better job of understanding the beliefs and anxieties of those we don’t agree with, we will not be able to move the needle effectively.
We need to listen more, learn better and discuss with each other in a more productive way if we are going to have any chance of improving equality of opportunity for all.
We work towards these outcomes with The Just Be Nice Project every single day. If you or your organisation are looking for ways to better understand each other and improve the lives of those in need, get in touch. My gratitude will be boundless as always. We cannot continue to change the way people help people without your support.
In the aftermath of one of the most horrific acts of violence seen on this side of the globe, we have to double down on our capacity to understand and support all communities.
Fear, whether from sources real or imagined, is a powerful devisive force in communities. We need to take the time to understand the source of fear in our communities and work to allay these anxieties and support people through their concerns so that we can all eventually support one another fully.
A rising tide lifts all boats, we need to ensure everyone is benefiting from the wonderful resources and opportunities we have in this country and prevent those who would take out their frustrations on the most vulnerable from doing so.
Eggs, unfortunately, are not the answer. In this moment, more than ever, we need more understanding. We need to be considered, grown up, rational and supportive. Division is never going to lead to cohesion, the harder people try to pull everyone apart, the tighter we must hold onto one another and ensure no one gets left behind.
Just Be Nice
A collection of articles relevant to pursuing the effective execution of altruism in the search for equality of opportunity.