Massive Movement Pivot 2020
Pivot 2020 is a deep urban exploration and information gathering project led by 1,200 young people in 27 cities across Canada. This network will collect data through surveying youth, interviewing community members, and collecting benchmark information on the issues that matter to them most. Through the project, the Pivot team will learn more about city-building and develop future employment skills, while connecting to a network of other young people invested in similar ideas. The findings will populate an open and accessible database grounded in priorities and opportunities determined by youth that can be used by planners, organizations, governments and more to make our cities bigger, brighter and better for all post-COVID.
This program is led by Simon Fraser University’s Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue, Youthful Cities and the Canadian Council for Youth Prosperity, and funded by the Government of Canada.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT THE PIVOT 2020 OFFICIAL WEBSITE AT: