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Looking to the future: a post COVID world - Shared screen with speaker view
jennieb
14:45
Morning everyone
Victoria Larsson
14:57
Good morning! 😄
Inderdeept
15:20
Hi to everyone, this is Inderdeep from Melton City Council
Sue Sedelies
18:14
Alexandra Community Hub acknowledge the Taungurung lands water and people, past present and future leaders
jennieb
20:40
Ah the lessons of history - controversial concept
Simone - Birchip Neighbourhood House
20:51
me
jackie @ japara house
20:51
no
Geraldine.Farrell
20:51
no
jennieb
20:51
No
Danielle
20:53
no
Rheanna Christodoulou
20:53
me
NH Vic
20:53
no
Maria - Homestead CommunityLearning Centre
20:54
No
Mary Heath
20:54
yes
Martyn Shaddick
20:54
Yes
Alison Ey
20:54
Yes
Gael Ctr Rwood Comm Ctr
20:54
No
Emma Edmonds
20:55
nope
Petra Van Vliet
20:55
no
Dianne
20:55
no
Ken Petzierides
20:56
no
Jane Grimwood
20:56
no
Leahn Bulmer Maffra Neighbourhood House
20:56
no
Di Norlane CC
20:56
Not really
Edgar Caballero
20:56
yes
Grace McArthur
20:56
yes
Sandra Joffe
20:56
No -
Kerry Starr
20:56
No
Gabrielle Higgins
20:56
yes
Kaylene Cossar
20:56
no
Winston
20:56
No
Vivian Lara CC
20:57
No
Julie Johnston
20:57
yes
Kellie Spark
20:57
No
David
20:58
No
Sue Sedelies
20:58
yes
Christine McCall
20:58
Yes
Kathy Fry
20:58
Yes
Charmaine Delaney
20:58
No
jayr3004
20:58
no
Melanie Virtue
20:58
me
Kate Bishop Swan Hill Neighbourhood House
20:58
Yes
Greg Ferrington
20:59
no
Nikki
20:59
No
Greg Thompson (PICAL)
21:00
No
Tanya Black
21:00
yes
Laura Connor
21:00
No
Vicki
21:00
Yes
Carolyn Eldridge
21:01
no
Karen -
21:01
yes
Alex (SNH)
21:01
yes
DEBRA KING
21:01
no!
BALLA BALLA
21:02
no
Jo Farrell
21:02
yes
NH Vic
21:02
Yes
Nelly Cabala
21:02
no
Nat
21:02
no
Jillian Evans
21:03
No
Loretta Asquini
21:03
yes
amber
21:03
no
Anne Brackley
21:03
yes
Lotti
21:07
TO many people yes, not to the medical experts
Tracey Burt
21:07
No
BNNH
21:08
no
Trish Curtis
21:09
No - the impact was though
Jeanette
21:09
Yes
Esther
21:09
no
Sandy
21:10
yes
Coordinator
21:16
Yes
Owen (Burwood NH)
21:57
No president Bush foresaw it!!!
Wendy Lawrence
23:06
Is Marcus displaying his screen?
Anne Brackley
23:13
I cannot see Marcus' screen but it sounds as if we should be able to ?
Carolyn Eldridge
23:13
knowing it might happen doesn’t mean you are prepared for the actual outcome
jackie @ japara house
23:19
nope
Lotti
23:19
I can't see it
Trish Curtis
23:22
no
Kate Bishop Swan Hill Neighbourhood House
23:23
No
Sharon Brown - Wyndham
23:23
no
Charmaine Delaney
23:24
No
Kathy Fry
23:24
No
Leahn Bulmer Maffra Neighbourhood House
23:24
no cant see it
Owen (Burwood NH)
23:26
No
Rachel Thomson
23:27
no
jackie @ japara house
23:27
nope
Grace McArthur
23:33
I cannot see a screen
Priscilla
23:35
no
Sue Sedelies
23:35
yes we can see you
Vicki
23:37
I can't see it
Di Norlane CC
24:59
Yep
colin
29:06
still seeing a black screen saying you have started screen sharing
jennieb
29:18
when will a vaccine be ready?
Martyn Shaddick
29:21
when will the next lock down be
Melanie Virtue
29:22
when COVID19 will be over
Alison Ey
29:24
When this pandemic will finish and we will get back to normal
Lotti
29:32
What is the new normal?
Grace McArthur
29:35
Is Victoria going to need another lockdown
Gina Wittingslow, Jika Jika Community Centre
29:36
Whether this will have positive effects on society
Tracey Burt
29:41
no new cases
Maria - Homestead CommunityLearning Centre
29:46
when will the world realise we're all human and can live in peace
Trish Curtis
29:46
Will we feel more connected as a community and what impact will that have?
Gabrielle Higgins
29:46
will we be able to hug again?
Ken Petzierides
29:47
Opportunities
Jane Grimwood
29:49
How can we redefine our organisqtions to fit the new needs of our communities?
Kellie Spark
29:50
Nothing...that would take the fun out of life.
jayr3004
29:51
has this pandemic created positive change?
Sue Sedelies
29:54
when will people realise there may not be a back to normal and we need to vision a new normal
Wendy Lawrence
29:57
what can we do to better prepare for the next one?
Vicki
29:57
Will this be the way we live now?
Winston
29:58
What is the world waiting for - in terms of virus status in the world
Debra Smith
30:01
What our new normal will look like
Petra Van Vliet
30:03
how do we do “normal” differently?
Owen (Burwood NH)
30:06
I have enough with the problems of today, don't need to worry about the future!!
Tracey Burt
30:12
what is normal
Kathy Fry
30:19
When can I go out dancing
Victoria Larsson
30:31
how long will jobkeeper/seeker and other financial support be in place
Ali
30:32
What will new normal? Changes to how we work?
Kathy Fry
30:33
With friends
Kerry Starr
30:33
When will effectively tackle global warming
Greg Ferrington
30:37
Will it be a better world for those that are disadvantaged
Margaret van Veen
30:39
What is our place in the world in the future
Vicki Forde
30:42
How can we help the great things to stay!
Jo Farrell
30:43
How can we get into planning for the future and get the community onboard
Christine McCall
30:51
When will be able to travel to see family again
NH Vic
31:01
Awesome questions everyone
Kathy Fry
31:03
When can I travel overseas
Pauline Fyffe
31:04
powerball numbers
NH Vic
31:18
Yes Pauline!
Kaylene Cossar
31:19
What will our economic future be?
Sue Sedelies
31:21
like the answer to Jo Farrells question too
Anne Brackley
31:44
How will we adapt ?
Winston
31:54
Marcus can you please Maximize your Adobe Document? As I am seeing the chats in both my and your windows
Sandra Joffe
31:55
Climate change - can we stop it in time?
Carolyn Eldridge
32:05
I agree with pauline
Winston
32:12
That's okay, thanks!
Ali
32:15
It is ok
Gael Ctr Rwood Comm Ctr
32:27
Click on the chat icon again and it brings up another window for the chat.
Sue Sedelies
32:35
how often are futurists correct?
Daniela Kohut
32:48
Pre pandemic was not NORMAL living...we have the opportunity to create something that works for all not just some!
Martyn Shaddick
32:49
When will the next virus happen that kills all people who get it?
Jane Grimwood
33:05
Click View Tab- then Full Sreen will do it.
Margaret van Veen
33:24
How do we prepare for the next crisis/ It feels like they will just roll on and on, one after enough and climate change will add to that
Norlane Community Centre
33:38
How can we become responsive to changes both globally and locally particularly when we have responsibilities to many different places/organisations?
Petra Van Vliet
35:50
can you repeat that last statement re potential causes of disruption..?
Margaret van Veen
37:26
Successful Nh would have to have a higher online presence, socially, supportive, informative.
Marcus Barber
37:44
Agreed Margaret
Margaret van Veen
37:46
More small group activities
Lisa Sun Waverley Community Learning Centre
38:04
flexible learning
Margaret van Veen
38:48
Difficulty with being online service is many older people are not online and have no wish to be so.
Margaret van Veen
39:35
We have seen opportunities to hold more 1-1 classes and small group, but not much pick so far
Inderdeept
39:36
Should be consulting more and more so as to support the community to realise its needs in thos five years
NH Vic
40:54
I would like to see more NHs owning their own building, with more divergent sources of funding - i.e. not just government.
Gael Ctr Rwood Comm Ctr
41:06
Spot on Marcus.
Gael Ctr Rwood Comm Ctr
41:28
Too often a vision with no time line so nothing gets done.
Gael Ctr Rwood Comm Ctr
42:22
If you own your own property there is also the costs and administrative burden of maintaining the building.
Helen Rodd
42:35
Building strong connections in our local communities who have opportunities to learn, care and get active on local issues and are actively involved in having a say on bigger issues and policies that effect us locally.
Petra Van Vliet
43:15
audio going in and out
Gael Ctr Rwood Comm Ctr
43:55
I'm not having any issues with audio.
Simone - Birchip Neighbourhood House
45:14
Ideally we wouldn't rely on govt funding but the issue with non-government funding is it is tied to outcomes identified by external revenue sources, NHCP funding allows NHouses to be flexible and responsive to the everchanging needs of our communities and society
Margaret van Veen
45:32
Expand on our range of social enterprises, to help build the town, provide services and become more self sufficient
Sandy
47:01
Creating a space (physical, virtual or metaphorical) where people connect, share and create ways of supporting each other. Having local voices heard.
Owen (Burwood NH)
47:07
My BIG question is Young People aged 16-30 are not well catered for in our NH. Yet, they are the group that is having the biggest problems in the COVID era - lack of employment, financial problems, mental problems!!
Rachel Thomson
49:39
we set ourselves up to have around 50% fee for service funding, but when COVID happened, all of that stopped. Right at the moment, we're wondering if we've done the right thing
Carolyn Eldridge
51:24
pre covid we were connecting in with vocal kids in doing projects at the house.
Carolyn Eldridge
51:40
local*
Carolyn Eldridge
51:53
vcal*
Loretta Asquini
54:25
we work with digital excluded - not just digital literacy - they don’t have good access to technology other than via their phones. so online connection is a real challenge here!
heather.mctaggart
56:52
Our mission is to be entrepreneurial...it has been a key to our success in recent years. Innovate, think outside the square, seek diverse partnerships.....
Edgar Caballero
58:34
people
Vicki Forde
58:36
Connection, Collaboration, Safety
Ali
58:40
Committed staff, location, trust
Martyn Shaddick
58:46
Top asts:
Gabrielle Higgins
58:57
personal relationships with community individuals
BrionyS
58:58
Education & Learning
Simone - Birchip Neighbourhood House
59:01
local knowledge, staff, committee
Helen Rodd
59:04
Deep and wide local connections
Maria - Homestead CommunityLearning Centre
59:07
people
Loretta Asquini
59:07
workforce, community members, location
Edgar Caballero
59:08
People, Space building and garden, and connections
Greg Thompson (PICAL)
59:09
Agility
Jane Grimwood
59:10
Reducing social isolation, wrap around care, potential for possibility
sally.bate
59:13
Local knowledge and connections, integrity,
Helen Rodd
59:13
Community development approach
Vicki Forde
59:15
RElationships
Gina Wittingslow, Jika Jika Community Centre
59:16
a place of belonging
jennieb
59:16
local, connected, nimble
Kelly Cooper
59:17
acceptance, connection, inclusion
Tracey Burt
59:17
place of calm and comfort in an world of uncertainty at times
Leahn Bulmer Maffra Neighbourhood House
59:18
community connections, local services, people
Kathy Fry
59:22
Help & Support
Jo Farrell
59:25
safe space
Karen -
59:25
People, Connection, Belonging
Annie Cumming
59:25
community connection
Debra Smith
59:26
Adaptable, local, welcoming
Tanya Black
59:28
meet people
Catherine Collopy CRCC
59:31
Adaptability
Jeanette
59:32
Opportunities
Vicki
59:32
Social engagement, third space, local learning opps
Anne Brackley
59:32
trust
Christine McCall
59:33
staff, community connections, understanding local needs
Lisa Sun Waverley Community Learning Centre
59:33
Connection, inclusion, support
Lotti
59:33
Affordable education, social connections, connections to services
Melanie Virtue
59:35
community voice, nimble to meet emergency needs, culturally safe places
Winston
59:35
TOP 3 ASSETS1) VOLUNTEERS2) REPUTATION3) SPACE FOR ACTIVITIES
Martyn Shaddick
59:36
1. the facility 2. the staff and vols 3. connections with other agencies
Kellie Spark
59:39
People, Digital Connectivity, great leadership
Catherine Collopy CRCC
59:41
community connections
Inderdeept
59:47
community skills, networks, place
Kate Bishop Swan Hill Neighbourhood House
59:55
A warm and safe meeting place
Tanya Black
59:57
reiable
Jo Farrell
59:58
accessable
Carolyn Eldridge
59:59
currently food relief pantry is reaching many more people
Tennille Hall
01:00:13
acceptance
Laura Connor
01:00:17
Community development
Julie Melia
01:00:51
Facilitating friendships, reducing isolation, shared community facility
Tracey Burt
01:01:09
shared services opportunities and partnerships with other community organisations
Robin Dzedins JP
01:01:30
Partnerships and sponsors
Simone - Birchip Neighbourhood House
01:01:48
we wouldn't be an 'independant' neighbourhood house We could source funds but then we'd be directed as to the services we provided
Helen Rodd
01:05:59
we build and have cohesive, distributed networks of relationships
Helen Rodd
01:06:11
leverage right there
Melanie Virtue
01:08:09
? fed gov door knocking in CALD hotspot areas in Vic - why didn't they also approach neighbourhood houses? Do we need better promotion of the social connection & trusted organisation value of n'hood houses?
Jo Farrell
01:08:31
agree
Emma Edmonds
01:11:45
Can we get a copy of these slides to forward to our Committees?
BrionyS
01:12:14
It would be fantastic to get this slide show you've made @marcusbarber to share with my team
Vicki Forde
01:12:44
THANK YOU
Kathy Fry
01:12:49
Thank you
Anne Brackley
01:12:58
Inspirational thanks so much !!!
BrionyS
01:12:59
Really helpful to regain some purpose in our roles - thank you!
Di Norlane CC
01:13:00
No questions - just love where all of this is heading
Carolyn Eldridge
01:13:01
thank you
Vicki
01:13:01
Thank you - terrific!
lizzy
01:13:02
Love this! Thank you.
Petra Van Vliet
01:13:03
really fantastic presentation
Martyn Shaddick
01:13:10
Thanks Marcus - great reminder of what we should be focussed on.
Gael Ctr Rwood Comm Ctr
01:13:12
Marcus, could you please turn off your screen sharing.
Deepa’s iPad
01:13:30
Thanks Marcus.
Gael Ctr Rwood Comm Ctr
01:13:32
Thanks.
Melissa Baker - WNH
01:13:32
Will there be a link so we can come back and watch again?
DEBRA KING
01:13:41
Thought provoking - thanks
Alex (SNH)
01:13:48
Thank you Marcus and NHV!
Cameron.MacRae
01:13:53
The recoding will be on the NHVic Website.
Ali
01:13:58
Thanks Marcus, Is there a template we can use as an organisation and team to work through these concepts / questions and have it as a reference point?
Vicki Forde
01:14:00
Totally agree Nicole
Charmaine Delaney
01:14:18
Thank you Marcus very interesting & great template to discuss with the Board & Government.
Melanie Virtue
01:15:05
How can we leverage from N'Houe response to Covid19 to further the knowledge & understanding of our role in social cohesion & emergency response
Vicki Forde
01:15:32
We constantly have people using our skills and information and we are treated a lot as the admin section for the ground work, but do not get the recognition.
Greg Thompson (PICAL)
01:16:13
aren't "Cargo Cults". We need to "Build It And They Will Come"! We just need to get better at building the right thing; sometimes we will get it wrong, but that is part of improvement.
Carolyn Eldridge
01:16:40
I agree with Vicky
BALLA BALLA
01:16:53
Excellent presentation Marcus, thought provoking, thank you
Rowena @ Bennettswood
01:17:13
very thought provoking
Jane Grimwood
01:18:09
Pre covid, but you are welcome to these stories! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRy6jB4UV6n2Z5SqSxBc6kA?view_as=subscriber
Simone - Birchip Neighbourhood House
01:18:23
they are not coming with $$ though
Sandy - Network West
01:19:35
We need to keep advocating for the value of social cohesion when govt focus is on the economic metrics
Helen Rodd
01:20:27
Nice videos Jane!
Inderdeept
01:20:42
Thanks Marcus. This was really thought provoking.
Simone - Birchip Neighbourhood House
01:21:41
our sector is too generous, to our own detriment, we agree to do too much for too little, we need to be united as a sector in our approach to more funding,
Laura Connor
01:22:04
We are funded to deliver identified Community development opportunities this alone needs to be our focus and challenge the perception that we are essential services which is driving us to be service driven sector rather than Community development driven and based.
Charmaine Delaney
01:22:07
Agreed Simone
Simone - Birchip Neighbourhood House
01:23:01
agree with Laura too
jackie @ japara house
01:23:12
Agree Laura
sally.bate
01:24:12
Agree Nicole - we need to find alternate income streams
Margaret van Veen
01:24:55
How are other houses keeping the connection with their communities? We have zoom sessions with volunteers, offer 1-1 tech sessions and write the local paper sharing local stories. But that doesn't seem much. What do others do?
Sandy - Network West
01:26:35
Networks are a great space to share ideas and experiences for staying connected during COVID Margaret.
lizzy
01:26:35
Celebrate and embrace our organisational autonomy that exists as community owned and governed not for profits. The scope is bigger than our current funding models. Enterprise thinking is a real opportunity.
Melanie Virtue
01:27:25
We're delivering food, doing welfare checks on isolated people, got JP sessoion in our house - 131 docs certified for community members on Monday night, running WDP fines program & getting heaps of referrals for ppl to study/join social group to 'pay off' fines. We are looking for any touch point with community....
Helen Rodd
01:28:13
sounds like fab work Melanie Virtue!
Heather Barton
01:28:28
Love that idea Nicole ...... would be great to learn from others as well, and examine how we can 'grow' in these areas of potential growth
Gael Ctr Rwood Comm Ctr
01:29:06
WDP Fines?
Di Norlane CC
01:29:46
"Collective group intelligence" :D
Heather Barton
01:31:25
Wonder if the 'social prescribing' focus will assist us in designing our new future?
Laura Connor
01:31:28
we need to advocate for the Government to lift its game and deliver food relief rather than Community Houses delivering tons of food per year. We are better driving community food growing and sharing helping to create Independence and emapthy.
Anne Brackley
01:33:44
We have been prescribed a number of times now - get a dose of SpringDale !
Lotti
01:34:02
We have started doing this, pre COVID
Melanie Virtue
01:34:11
WDP - work & development program run by Justice Dept where ppl can volunteer/study to pay off fines at around $50 per hour - happy to discuss - call me 0427 156 967
Annie Cumming
01:35:28
The google Earth App is a wonderful application for Armchair Travel👩🏻‍💻🌻
Lotti
01:35:39
It's awesome Annie!
Tanya Black
01:35:54
thankvou very much
Tanya Black
01:36:15
can you email link for sharing to our board
Marcus Barber
01:36:21
YES LOVE IT aNNE :-)
Alison Ey
01:36:32
Best Zoom session so far, thanks Marcus and Nicole
Vicki
01:36:34
Thank you Marcus and Nicole
Charmaine Delaney
01:36:34
Yes please
Melanie Virtue
01:36:37
Great session - would be great to have a session for our boards
Lotti
01:36:38
Thanks Marcus for a great presentation. Very interesting
jayr3004
01:36:41
fabulous conversation, thank you
Gabrielle Higgins
01:36:41
Thanks... yes, very thought provoking
Tracey Burt
01:36:45
Can we invite Marcus to our board meetings e!! Please ….
Jo Farrell
01:36:47
Thank you for today
Mary Heath
01:36:49
Marcus, do you see yourself coming back in the future?
Kerry Starr
01:36:54
Thanks Marcus and Nicole
jennieb
01:36:55
thanks Marcus and NHVic and bye everyone
Vivian Lara CC
01:36:55
Thank you
Emily Mercer
01:36:55
Thank you, this is all so important, much appreciated NHVic and Marcus
BNNH
01:36:59
thank you. very much
Simone - Birchip Neighbourhood House
01:37:10
thanks great to look outside the square
Gael Ctr Rwood Comm Ctr
01:37:11
Thank you NHVic for bringing more thought provoking info it's much appreciated.
Monique Camilleri
01:37:12
can you share presentation slide show?
Mary Heath
01:37:26
NH ..
Owen (Burwood NH)
01:37:33
Many Thanks everyone especially Marcus!!
Kaylene Cossar
01:37:46
thanks great thought provoking zoom
Mary Heath
01:37:56
Thank you!
Danielle
01:37:57
Thanks Marcus
Pamela Mills
01:37:58
Thank you very much for an excellent presentation
Danielle
01:38:03
And NHVIC
Heather Barton
01:38:03
Fantastic preso!
Nelly Cabala
01:38:03
Thank you so much, really inspiring and thought provoking session. Would love to have it again in the near future