Participation & partnerships > open & decolonial research > creative & digital transformation
Interdisciplinary, my specialisations include open research / public scholarship, strategic partnerships, social inclusion and decolonisation, participatory cultural development, process philosophy, digital transformation and social innovation.
With fifteen years experience in communities and institutions across Australia, North America, Europe, Asia and the MENA region; partners include the United Nations Development Program’s Knowledge and Innovation Unit, Diversity Arts Australia, Concordia University, the European Commission’s DG Research and DG CONNECT, NESTA, The School of Making Thinking, City of Montreal, Australia Council for the Arts, University College London, Design Studio for Social Intervention and the Museum of Contemporary Art among others.
I am currently collaborating on consulting and research-creation projects associated to decolonality and development ethics, networked solidarity, social inclusion, neurodiversity and partnerships. Examples include community building and organisational development for a (Bernard) Lietaer Legacy Project, as well as co-editing a special issue of the Journal for International Womens Studies entitled ‘In Medias Res: Decolonial Interventions.’ I am also a member of the United Nations Institute for Training and Research’s Learning Solutions consultant pool, and am currently reconnecting with my creative practice through an auto-theoretical arts project that processes becoming mother of a differently-abled child in a mixed race family.
Open to new collaborations and clients.
Studies: Master of Studies (Australian National University), Fellowship – Sustainability Leadership
Dual Australian-German citizen – mobile with a base in Arona, Italy.
Fostering resilient and interdependent communities by building agency and scaling collective intelligence through the complex epistemic-systemic change of our times.
email: anique.vered [ at ] protonmail [ dot ] com
telegram/ signal/ whatsapp: available upon request