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Yearly Summer Pavilion
Project by Matthieu Begoghina
What is better to bring people together than building together? The Yearly Summer Pavilion is a project with the goal of involving the community into thinking, designing and finally building a public pavilion that would last all summer. It will become the symbol of our community and a great place to hang out! This space could also be hosting some events to discuss about current issues of our society and how we could make it better. For this first version, I am proposing an library with an outdoor play area. This could fit in a 3x3m open space (or more) next to our townsquare. Let's make ourselves proud, let's build a great Summer Pavilion!
Walkable School Bus Initiative
Project by Carmen Jackson
These days, more and more kids live in households where both parents work and in some cases rely on others to commute their children to and from school. A Walking School 'Bus' Group will provide an opportunity to get kids moving and promote physical activity (and a healthy habit) whilst providing a safe and reliable option for parents who cant commit to a drop off or pickup routine 5 days per week.
Chinese poem learning for kids
Project by Chuncheng Zhang
Chinese poem is the basic literature format to learn Chinese language and Chinese culture. They have interesting stories and some ancient wisdom involved. It teaches manner, view of values etc. Teaching Chinese poems can help people in different cultures join together. Bridging the gaps and boosting understanding in different custom.
Free graffiti removal 4 private property
Project by Kesha Chakhvorostov
Free graffiti removal service for private property in the city of Yarra. Houses get sprayed / tagged. Not everyone can afford graffiti removal or do it themselves using graffiti removal kit supplied by Yarra council. Council will remove graffiti from council assets, but not from private property.
No more disposable cups!
Project by Olivia Goodliffe
An incentive or competition between cafes to reduce the amount of disposable cups used. The cafes could reduce the price of coffees in keep cups. The aim is to have cafes with no disposable cups. Disposable cups are not recyclable and end up in landfill. Many cafes are not aware of how much harm this is doing to the planet and are carelessly using two cups (double cup) for each customer! 'The war on waste' television show began to address these issues.
Project by Ted Huang
Smart phone APP for homeless. Homeless people can access the points of accommdation and maybe food or public facilities. People who would like to help homeless can also use the app to provide their clothes or food and let homeless know the location and time.