I think we should focus on the Youth Call, but the call in itself is not promoting any ICT component, as far as I perceive it.
who has to do constant self-assessment, and is connected to a platform.
The app provides a crisis-button but also has warning lamps attached (they go off when too many indicators go south, like “no job, no intern, no money”, etc.) . They are visible for the user, and for the other peers on the platform, who would then, through swarm empathy-intelligence come to help this particular user, thus building the “new social safety-net”.
The key assumption here is: Like in Healthcare, there are basic vital functions and behaviors that make your immune system strong (or weak), in this case, the research has to focus on those vital functions that are related to the labour market and your skills/well-being/motivation. When these key vital functions are in place and in synch with the labour market, things should be fine and you’re in a position where you can help other peers. If not, or if you move into “transition”, you need help from these peers.
edgeryders (the community) is kind of close to that peer group (for a pilot project), that I have in mind, but eventually, there shouldn’t be any restrictions (the bigger the better).
Where would this idea fit?