Sally Rees has helpfully combed through all the Welsh legislation and extracted the following information about what it says about co-production and why it matters. Screenshots below, and click this link to download the pdf document.
Category: 12. Policy context
The legislation that sets the co-production tone in Wales
We have put together a manifesto in the lead up to the 2021 elections, and sent it to the leaders of the parties. Here is the text of it below, and also as a 2-pager pdf to download, and – most exciting of all – as a zine format to print! Pdf, 2 pages to download in English and in Welsh Pdf, 1 page Zine to print and fold in English and in Welsh (designed […]
In November 2020 we (at the Co-production Network for Wales) put together a proposal to do some co-production and involvement development work with some of the Public Services Boards (PSBs). As part of the proposal we spoke to a number of people and combed through many reports and publications, to put together a sort of “state of public services” with a specific focus on PSBs. We thought it might be useful so here it is […]
The policy and legislative move towards endorsing co-production in Wales started in the social care and health sectors, and has since widened to include all public services. It began as far back as 2011, and is still being emphasised today in all the key devolved policy documents. Sustainable Social Services for Wales: A Framework for Action (2011) stated that a better practice of co-production across public bodies would contribute to “a stronger citizen voice and […]
This plan was developed in response to the Parliamentary Review report (below). It sets out a long term future vision of a “whole system approach to health and social care”, which is focussed on health and wellbeing, and on preventing illness. Find it here: https://gov.wales/topics/health/publications/healthier-wales/?lang=en Parliamentary Review of Health and Social Care in Wales An expert panel was set up to undertake a review of health and social care, in line with the commitment given by the First […]
Strange bedfellows – or cut from the same cloth? The WGLA commissioned this this ‘think piece’ from Alan Netherwood on the links between the Well-being of Future Generations Act and the Social Services and Well-being Act. This sets out ways in which work to be undertaken for each Act relates to each other, including assessments and timescales etc. (December 2015) Find it here.
1. The Government Act The Act will make the public bodies listed in the Act think more about the long term, work better with people and communities and each other, look to prevent problems and take a more joined-up approach. https://gov.wales/topics/people-and-communities/people/future-generations-act/?lang=en 2. The Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act – All You Need To Know (WCVA website) This Act aims to create a secure, sustainable future for Wales. But how exactly will it do that, […]
Welsh Government Programme for government (2018) including Prosperity for All: the national strategy
We want to build a Wales that is healthy and active, prosperous and secure, ambitious and learning, and united and connected. Our Programme for Government, Taking Wales Forward, outlines the commitments we will deliver over the next 5 years to help drive improvement and make the biggest difference to the lives of everyone in Wales. Prosperity for All: the national strategy takes those commitments, places them in a long-term context, and sets out how they […]
1. The full Government Act Welsh Government. 2014. Social Services and Well-being (Wales) Act 2014. http://www.legislation.gov.uk/anaw/2014/4/contents 2. Getting in on the Act (Social Care Wales resources) To go alongside the introduction of the Social Services and Wellbeing (Wales) Act, the Care Council for Wales (now Social Care Wales) introduced an online resource for information and advice to allow organisations to implement the legislation into their work. This includes: Overview and awareness Principles of the Act Planning […]