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Our Heritage 2040: Global Needs & Local Responsibilities - Shared screen with speaker view
Robert Phillips
33:19
Please feel free to share thoughts, ideas and questions here…
Robert Phillips
39:21
How do we listen (and act) more effectively on behalf of “real people” with “real lives”?
Jayne Austin
42:52
The work of the Lowestoft Rising Local Cultural Education Partnership is worth a mention as it is supporting and nurturing talent in young people.
Clare Parsons
44:10
Jayne, would like to know more pls, may be after this pls?
Mark Goyder co-author Entrusted
48:57
Julia tells us that big projects have the power to transform lives. There is a difference between big projects and Mega projects. A leading study of mega projects a few years ago concluded that 'it is becoming clear that many such projects have strikingly poor performance records in terms of economy, environment, and public support'have the capacity.
Jayne Austin
50:00
Happy to provide more info Clare
Robert Phillips
01:14:07
what are the qualitative measures of success?
Robert Phillips
01:20:53
From Loathing to Love :-)
Jayne Austin
01:21:10
The new crossing has been named by young people from the local community.
Jayne Austin
01:22:21
The words of young people are also going to be etched into the glass sections of the new flood barriers in Lowestoft.
Mark Goyder co-author Entrusted
01:25:06
Off the top of my head.... Qualitative measures of success 1) % of survey respondents saying I feel my voice is heard and I can influence decisonmaking 2) indicators of community health e.g. measures of loneliness; hwhat percentage of people over 60 report feeling isolated; 3) indicators of engagement of young people e.g. what % of people aged 16-25 woulod say that they can see a posotive future staying in the region 4) housing % of new houseuilding that caters for social and multi generational housing . It would be a great schools project to challenge young people to develop their chosen indicators
Saul Humphrey
01:29:38
https://newanglia.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/New-Anglia_NSU_Local-Industrial-Strategy-Brochure-FOR-WEB-0820.pdf
Clare Parsons
01:30:34
sounds like we need a figure head or mayor to lead our vision and collaboration?
Saul Humphrey
01:30:45
Tourism and the Visitor Economy is an under-pinning not growth sector according to New Anglia LEP’s Local Industrial Strategy.
Mark Goyder co-author Entrusted
01:32:16
I agree on need for a mayor to lead this and stimulate people's and community's contribution to a vison of a more resilient economy. We have to persuade the District councils not to veto this proposal like they did last time
Mark Goyder co-author Entrusted
01:34:18
Can we talk more about health and its part in the economy
Beth Derks-van Damme
01:36:56
Connect the four market towns via cycle routes but also connect Harwich International Port via cycle route to rural Suffolk. Have slow food, culture, craft along, culture along the way. Connect Halesworth trainway station with The Saints area via cycling and collect local historic stories and work with visual artist to make these stories come alive. I actually have the framework of this plan on a shelve as I tried to get funding for this in the past ..
Beth Derks-van Damme
01:38:42
Can we have a Doughnut Economy case research study to adapt this to this area
Beth Derks-van Damme
01:43:55
Talking about health.. combining farming and health
Robert Phillips
01:44:29
Jayne and Nick - conscious we have not given you sufficient airtime! Can I come to you quickly for comment? Thanks
Beth Derks-van Damme
01:45:54
Look up the Clinks Care Farm, locally produced healthy food by people working towards recovering from mental health problems. Health tourism is also a thing
Saul Humphrey
01:46:46
Kate Raworth would say Doughnut Economics is a wake-up call to transform our capitalist worldview obsessed with growth into a more balanced, sustainable perspective that allows both humans and our planet to thrive. There’s a challenge for the Mayor!
Beth Derks-van Damme
01:56:38
People often don't speak up as they don't Dare to Speak up,, I actually run workshops on Public Speaking- organised the National Student Speech Competition- have delivered public speaking training sessions at this at Festivals too. I have an easy booklet in which people can go from no idea to speaking up in public in 75 minutes. and happy to do a session in Leiston.. for free!
Mark Goyder co-author Entrusted
01:59:11
I like Beth's idea of a Doughnut Economy Research Study.
michaelgidney
01:59:12
Community engagement is so important, but it needs to be meaningful. Share ownership and board-level representation are both really valuable ways of fast-tracking engagement and agency, but it must be at a local level. What ownership models could we create in Suffolk so that the benefits of potential economic development stay in Suffolk for the next generation?
Robert Phillips
01:59:25
Do please share any closing thoughts, ideas & recommendations
michaelgidney
01:59:31
And yes to commissioning a local Donut study
Beth Derks-van Damme
01:59:37
https://qz.com/1763240/amsterdams-bicycle-mayor-thinks-cycling-could-save-the-world/
Clare Parsons
02:00:13
arts and culture is our soft power, it’s internationally recognised, and can and does engage with local communities, and I agree with Beth and Jayne - there is work being done but we need more , with a joined up strategy and programme . it fits with our tourism agenda too .
Mark Goyder co-author Entrusted
02:00:44
Michael Tomorrow's Company has given a lot of thought to appropirate ownership models and I think you are on to something important suggesting this. Happy to discuss this
michaelgidney
02:01:39
Great - thanks Mark. Let’s organise a call to discuss
michaelgidney
02:03:35
Let’s take a leaf from Bhutan’s book and go for Gross Suffolk Happiness!
Saul Humphrey
02:03:46
Excellent conversation. Thank you Robert for facilitating.
Mark Goyder co-author Entrusted
02:04:31
Thanks Robert - and Peter and Andy - some great ideas
Clare Parsons
02:04:56
great work , thanks Robert and the team.