Resources

Future Reset is centered around enhancing mental wellbeing and social connection through art, creativity and culture, with young people leading the charge. To learn more about the evidence that supports this initiative, you can find a number of related resources below. 

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9 Australian mental health services for young people

We’ve created this list of 9 amazing Australian mental health services available to help you and the people close to you, with mental health and wellbeing.
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AAV Artists Talk – Beau Windon on Authenticity

AAV Artists Talk is a video series that feature Deaf and Disabled artists sharing their experience. This video features Beau Windon.
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AAV Artists Talk – Kath Duncan on Pride

AV Artists Talk is a video series that feature Deaf and Disabled artists sharing their experience. This video features Kath Duncan.
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AAV Artists Talk – Caroline Bowditch on Leadership

AAV Artists Talk is a video series that feature Deaf and Disabled artists sharing their experience. This video features Caroline Bowditch.
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AAV Artists Talk – Olivia Muscat on Curiosity

AAV Artists Talk is a video series that feature Deaf and Disabled artists sharing their experience. This video features Olivia Muscat. Oliva is a writer and disability arts advocate. In this video, Oliva discusses the role of curiosity in growing arts practice and being open.
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Community-led approaches to mental health literacy

Creating tailored approaches to improve the mental wellbeing of young people in some of Victoria’s particularly vulnerable communities; South Sudanese, South Asian and Pasifika.
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A Co-designed Youth Engagement Evaluation Framework

VicHealth’s Future Healthy initiative, has centred the voices and experiences of children and young people, especially following the impacts of COVID.
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Principles of co-creating arts with community

VicHealth's Future Reset program is part of a worldwide effort to make people feel more connected, happier and healthier through art projects co-designed with the local communities. It is based on three core principles – equity, co-design and partnership.
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Melbourne Summit – Idil Ali

A keynote by Idil Ali (youth worker, spoken word poet and arts activist): Collective resistance for collective wellbeing.
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Melbourne Summit Panel Discussion - Connective Tissue

Join this youth led discussion on what supportive structures need to look and feel like when young people come into institutional creative spaces with Arty Owens (Arts Access), Nickila DeSilva (Next Wave), Dilpreet Kaur Taggar(South Asian Today) and Evrim Sen (SYN Media).
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Melbourne Summit Panel Discussion - Making your Role Redundant

In Conversation session led by Yasbelle Kerkow and Roshani Jayawardana: Making your role redundant, exploring succession planning with and for young people with Karen Jackson Moondani Balluk, Marion Singer, with contributions from Shantel Wetherall and Nithya Nagarajan.
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The Collective Impact model

Collective Impact is a framework for collaboration that engages communities, sectors and groups in place-based settings to address a complex social issue. And ultimately create social change.