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After COVID, where will we be? - Shared screen with speaker view
Teresa O'Keeffe
34:50
Overcast but warm in essex
Emily Georghiou
36:18
Hi everyone, Emily Georghiou, Connected Communities at Centre for Ageing Better, dialling in from South London. Great to join you!
David Steven
38:42
hi everyone - if anyone doesn't have the link to the scenarios, you can find them in many formats here http://www.longcrisis.org/scenarios/
Pete Quinn @peteqconsult
39:21
Inclusive hashtags please so people with VI can read them i.e. LongCrisisScenarios. Thanks! #InclusionMatters
Pat Kane
46:27
Hello all we are www.thealternative.org.uk - speaking in a few moments
Andy Reeve
47:49
Hi Pat, looking forward to hearing from you
Ask a Question
50:13
Hi everyone, remember you can put a question to the panel by sending me a private message at any time!
Clare Babbs
54:24
IS THERE A ROLE FOR DIFFERENT APPROACHES FOR DIFFERENT TIMES AND THEN THE DANGER IS WHEN TO SWITCH
Teresa O'Keeffe
55:51
I think the reality is a bit of everything, isn't it? I have certainly seen bits of all four scenarios
Clare Babbs
56:31
the trick is when to use each approach or bits of them??
Teresa O'Keeffe
56:51
and who decides
Clare Babbs
57:18
quite
Stephanie Vella
59:33
I am
Sarah Jane
59:43
I was bou
Julian Mellor
59:55
I work there for BL
Pippa St John Cooper
01:00:03
hi Pat Indra - it’s Pippa from Whitleigh
Sarah Jane
01:00:20
I was born in Plymouth. Lived there as a young child. Mum and dad both went to school there
Ian Smith
01:00:21
I am based near Plymouth and do a lot of work there ...
Pippa St John Cooper
01:00:37
I was on the exercise
Ian Smith
01:00:37
Hello Pippa!
Maria Dorthea Skov
01:01:00
Hi Pippa and Ian :-)
Pippa St John Cooper
01:01:24
I was involved in what alt did in Plymouth
Pippa St John Cooper
01:01:31
very interesting
Ian Smith
01:02:21
Hello Maria. Great to see you again.
Maria Dorthea Skov
01:02:23
The Alternative UK on twitter https://twitter.com/AlterUK21
Julian Mellor
01:14:58
Big Local areas could be in a much stronger position to cope than others - the resilience has been developed for last 6+ years.
Julian Mellor
01:15:49
Entering lockdown might prove to have been much easier than leaving it.
Jas
01:16:53
we have seen communities come together and using existing networks - we will be celebrating this later in the year
Jemma Levene
01:17:10
Hope not hate Charitable Trust has just got polling back that will be built into a Youth Fear and Hope report, looking at 16-24 year olds, with data built in on response to Covid, and including mental health, misogyny, sexual violence and other key issues. We will be looking to share this widely.
Stephen Ruffley
01:17:17
Community resilience is a mindset...Big Local has encouraged residents to think positively...
Angela Fell
01:17:39
as a trustee of an organisation in a big local area in Netherton, Sefton we’ve seen a huge street level and neighbourhood response. It feels like it could be an opportunity to shift power closer to the local community given the increase in civic participation
paulbragman
01:18:16
This is a difficult question as what is happening locally may not be the same as nationally
Teresa O'Keeffe
01:18:43
Surely that is the point of this vote
Emily Georghiou
01:18:59
Hard to select one, feels like we’re at a crossroads. The question is what we do next!
Clare Diaper
01:19:11
I've seen the world 'resourcefulness' used rather than resilience... which suggests a more proactive capacity, which I think is what Big Local areas may have
Matt Leach
01:19:14
A diversity of views there….
Stephanie Vella
01:19:21
I think this is a very hard question to answer as we are currently in the middle of another scenario
Chloe Waretini
01:19:44
Think we will see all the scenarios simultaneously in different places
paulbragman
01:20:00
Yes I agree with that
Alex Evans
01:20:08
you go
Barbara-Gaunless Gateway
01:20:14
love the 'resourcefulness' category
Julian Mellor
01:20:19
All depends how much time you spend on Twitter!!!
Matt Leach
01:20:26
@clare diaper - our research yesterday from TSRC on communities and covid identified resourcefulness as more important than resilience. Think it will be an important point of discussion as we emerge and rebuild
Chloe Waretini
01:21:08
The question for me is ‘what scenario do I want to be using my own agency to generate?'
Matt Leach
01:21:09
https://localtrust.org.uk/insights/research/briefing-2-rapid-research-covid-19/
Adam Poole
01:21:26
Would be nice to know which scenario people would like rather than what they think will happen
paulbragman
01:21:42
Interesting to understand different communities experiences and perceptions of the scenarios
Jemma Levene
01:22:19
Chloe, I like that!
Barbara-Gaunless Gateway
01:23:30
The fact we are able to have these 'honest' conversations is massively helpful
Ian Smith
01:23:51
The approaches taken by Local Authorities will be fundamental here - The New Local Government Network innovations give reasons for some optimism … and have implications for agency too ...
paulbragman
01:24:14
Agree also Regional Authorities
David Steven
01:24:22
@matt leach I think resourcefulness is a key thread to pull on - and whether resources are replenished or exhausted
Stephanie Vella
01:24:30
@Chloe @Adam yes I agree I think that would be an interesting question to ask.
Clare Diaper
01:25:13
A really great read for inspiring future stories is From What is to What if by Rob Hopkins https://www.robhopkins.net/the-book/ Written before Covid19 but full of examples of positive narrative
Julia - BL Rep
01:26:40
people have been able to test their resourcefulness and resilience... when they are in this situation... its what we do to capture these amazing skills and strengths going forwards... and keep these people engaged....
Mike Riddell
01:27:12
Where is the role of business in all this?
Teresa O'Keeffe
01:27:15
Well said Julia
Maddy Howe Marsh and Micklefield
01:27:27
second that Julia
Emily Georghiou
01:27:33
Wouldn’t Winning Ugly be Winning Beautifully?
Teresa O'Keeffe
01:28:24
In my experience most businesses pulled up the drawbridge and withdrew. Then there were a few who really reached outwards and shone
Stephanie Vella
01:28:54
Thank you I need to go as I have an online youth club to start.
Glen Tarman
01:29:16
Great point David on the advocacy we need!
Chloe Waretini
01:29:50
I appreciated that none of the scenarios were utopian
Ryan Gawn
01:30:00
Interesting to see such disparate perceptions on the likeliest outcomes. At what point do you expect that there will be more clarity on where we are headed, or are there any tipping points / dependencies which will act as signposts?
Alex Evans
01:30:07
@Mike @Teresa The full scenarios deck goes into a bit of detail on what business looks like in each scenario - https://bit.ly/Scenarios-2
Pete Quinn @peteqconsult
01:30:44
In York we've seen a good co-production with local gov but also some examples of local food business delivering food google 'Supper Collective' York
Rachel Whale
01:30:49
In terms of Alex’s point about how do we “leap” from Fragile resilient to Winning ugly….interested to know if anyone is developing simulations around the 4 scenarios?
Julian Mellor
01:30:51
Definitely heard Indra’s last point in Whitleigh in Plymouth
Angela Fell
01:31:01
I found the council response to be from a ‘do for’ vulnerable person perspective and local stuff was based on reciprocity and mutual aid
David Steven
01:31:16
@rachel whale - yes totally
Alex Evans
01:31:17
If you'd like to follow up on the areas we've discussed in this webinar do come and check out #ScenariosWeek on www.globaldashboard.org where we're running reactions to the scenarios all this week
Pete Quinn @peteqconsult
01:31:23
Superb session, thanks all. @PeteQConsult
Ian Smith
01:31:26
Thanks Everyone. Tremendous. I look forward to the next steps.
Rachel Whale
01:31:35
Would love to know more about that David
Ask a Question
01:31:50
Research available here: https://localtrust.org.uk/insights/research/briefing-2-rapid-research-covid-19/
David Steven
01:31:53
http://www.globaldashboard.org/scenariosweek/
Anna Hunter
01:31:58
Pete Quinn - Tang Hall Big Local in York is doing ready meals twice a week for our local residents too - paid for with ward funding
Linda
01:32:01
The one thing we have in abundance is human creativity! : )
Teresa O'Keeffe
01:32:02
Would recommend reading through the slides that we were sent, well worth it
alicia pivaro
01:32:02
thank you all
Chloe Waretini
01:32:13
Thank you everyone!
Julia - BL Rep
01:32:14
it has been really useful and a great learnng opportunity
David Steven
01:32:20
thanks everyone!!!!!!!!!!!
Julian Mellor
01:32:22
Thank you - really interesting!
Clare Diaper
01:32:24
Brilliant thank you. I'll share widely
Ryan
01:32:30
Thank you all. Really fascinating session.
Rob Billson
01:32:30
thanks very stimulating
Barbara-Gaunless Gateway
01:32:30
brilliant all thanks
Lauren Tomlinson
01:32:31
thank you
sf
01:32:31
Cheers, it was great
Alex Evans
01:32:31
Thanks so much everyone for joining
Big Local Central Jarrow
01:32:34
Thank you
alexm
01:32:35
Thanks all