About this tool
This tool is from a resource called ‘Lens on, hands on: An Intersectional Guide to Financial Capability Program Development,’ created by Good Shepherd Australia & New Zealand, WIRE and Women with Disabilities Victoria, as part of the Women’s Financial Capabilities Project. This content in this resource was led by a co-design process which engaged First Nations women, women from migrant, refugee, and asylum seeker backgrounds and women with disabilities.
Reflection is a process
- Create space and time so we can reflect deeply and share safely
- Practice active listening and respectful communication
- Look out for power imbalances at play in the process
Whose views are important?
- How will you centre the person in your program/ service?
- What do these principles mean to them?
- Whose voice is missing here?
- What are we already doing?
- What are our strengths?
- What do we do well in the way we work and in our programs?
- What aren’t we doing? Why? What’s important?
- What stops us as individuals/ teams/ programs/ organisations?
- What do we need to do differently? Who might we need to work with?