A network for co-production practitioners
Welcome to the co-production practitioners’ network: design and delivery of services by citizens and professionals in equal partnership.
A conference on researching co-production in Bristol on 14.05.2014. You can find more details at
http://akselersoy.wordpress.com/conferencesseminarsworkshops-2/ or alternatively you can drop an email to email@example.com
Posted by Aksel Ersoy on April 9, 2014 at 11:57
Let joy be unbounded! The lovely folk at nef, along with the wonderful Helen Sharp from Lambeth Council, have offered to run their Co-pro Commissioning Masterclasses in Wales. The intention is to build a peer-support group of experts - the Jedi warriors of co-pro commissioning - who will help kick-start this outcomes-based way of working.
Contact us at Co-production Wales for more information (we are…Continue
Posted by Ruth Dineen on March 26, 2014 at 12:58
Posted by Ruth Dineen on March 13, 2014 at 14:16
Leeds Met University, ESRC, Arts Council England, the RSA and Involve are organising a seminar on co-production & co-design in the arts and in public services.
This seminar is designed for academics, policy makers and practitioners working in different policy areas. It provides those working in the arts the opportunity to engage with debates and practices in other areas of the public sector. It also offers those working in other areas the chance to explore how cultural activity…Continue
Posted by Tim Hughes on March 12, 2014 at 14:43
NHS England has launched a programme for the voluntary and community sector to help them 'gear up' for personal health budgets so they have the knowledge, capacity and expertise to inform their local communities about personal health budgets.
Find out more from the In Control website here
Posted by Lucie Stephens on March 12, 2014 at 11:43
The Welsh Government took a very positive move last year by launching the Framework for Action on Independent Living and that was a first step on a long journey towards making social inclusion and equality a reality for people with disabilities in Wales. But how will it happen? I believe it’s going to take organisations working together in a collective way to play on each other’s strengths.
Remploy employment services delivers welfare to work programmes with a focus around work…Continue
Posted by Sian Morgan on March 10, 2014 at 12:37