Written Publications Jerwin has been involved in.
Co-Author, Belongingness Framework.
- Mindfulness for the Global Village.
Representing Student Leaders, the 'Belongingness Framework', is an actionable guide to drive diversity, inclusion and belonging into any organisation and beyond, for the benefit of individuals, organisations, and society.
This Framework has been created for those who are ready to take action in their organisation, even if that means starting with baby steps. At times we all feel bogged down in the detail or overwhelmed by negativity. So this is an opportunity for leaders to extricate themselves from ‘paralysis by analysis’ (over-thinking everything), and instead to start shifting minds and organisations towards belonging.
They can use this Framework as a guide by:
planning some organisation-wide approaches
driving belonging through the specific diversity and inclusion actions that speak to them, including the 44 in this Framework, and
taking their leadership to the next level as they assess the next generation of leaders to progress the organisation’s brand and goals.
Using this framework, leaders can start looking into the actions they will take, and in which order. The Belonging Framework nominates actions that support individual performance, and which connect to the organisation’s bottom line and to the clients they serve. The Belonging Framework also helps leaders to ‘move the dial’, not by convincing people about the importance of diversity and inclusion but by getting them to take real action that drives belonging.
Submission to the Australian Human Rights Commission with regards to Young People and Student Responses to the Human Rights and Technology Issue Paper.
UTS selected four student interns from Innovation and Entrepreneurship Unit to attend the Human Rights and Technology Conference on the 24th July 2018. This aimed to assist with identifying potential research areas that can be further explored in an institutional response to the issues paper.
We will provide our perspective on challenges and approaches to designing solutions.
We are students from fourth year Bachelor of Creative Intelligence and Innovation degree who specialize in a wide range of creative and innovative methodologies alongside our core degrees. In this context, we have applied a vast range of methodologies from Complexity theory, Futures thinking to Systems thinking in order to delve deeper into the complex issues addressed in the conference and by the issues paper.
This document features our journey and findings that aims to contribute to community consultation and to provide a voice on how technology impacts young people. It particularly focuses on the development of an educational game for first year BTI (Bachelor of Technology and Innovation) students that focuses on building ethical awareness and consideration of human rights into the (re)development of new technologies.
We are a team comprised of four Bachelor of Creative Intelligence and Innovation students who have partnered to respond to the commission’s interest on the consultation of young people and their experiences of new technologies.
This project emerged out of a recent internship completed by Jerwin Parker-Roberto and Eleanor Salazar in August 2018 as part of the partnership between UTS and AHRC.
As final year BCII students approaching capstone, we were interested to propose and pilot a design framework for a university-wide consultation process with students as our culminating project.!