Our Focus Areas
Working with agencies across disciplines and drawing on lived experience, SEED aims to design policy approaches, and create an enduring system that places people at the heart of policy.
We need to simplify and re-envision the systems that support families.
Drawing on lived experience and an analysis of pathways and costs, SEED will work across sectors and government to build the case for different policy approaches.
This will inform a reimagined system with universal and targeted elements, developed with the individual and family at the centre.
We need people on the ground creating pathways to opportunity.
In the short-term Navigators help individuals connect to the support they need, when they need it. Navigators facilitate connections between support agencies reducing the need for an individual to repeat or shorten their story.
Over time, early indicators and avenues for identifying and referring those at risk will be nuanced.
We need long-term thinking to fund viable support systems.
We need to raise ourselves above election and budget cycles and ensure efforts are put to system navigation and support rather than chasing funding. By understanding where costs currently sit, we can develop an approach to funding that goes across portfolios.
How Our Approach Works
We are an incubator and facilitator drawing together people from government, the sector and lived experience, to uncover the root cause, systemic issues and re-envisage the system to provide the right support, to the right people, at the right time.
We are looking to create a ‘One Door’ approach by examining life-stage moments for young people during pregnancy and up to the first 1000 days.
We believe Navigators are the missing link, to meet the need now and into the future and to inform systemic reform.
Based on the blueprint for young parents, we will use data to identify family cohorts that enter intergenerational dependence and examine how we can provide a pathway toward a flourishing life.Read Our Goals
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