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Co-production definition and principles (with posters)

1. Co-production: the definition Co-production is an asset-based approach to public services that enables people providing and people receiving services to share power and responsibility, and to work together in equal, reciprocal and caring relationships. It creates opportunities for people to access support when they need it, and to contribute to social change. 2. Co-production […]

What is the value of co-production?

Great resource from the Co-Production Collective : new and existing research that answers the question ‘What is the value of co-production?’ and gives recommendations about the practicalities of co-production and further research still needed. “Co-Production Collective at UCL’s ‘Value of Co-production Research Project’ makes the case for co-production for individuals, organisations and for society.” https://www.coproductioncollective.co.uk/what-is-co-production/value-of-co-production

[Audio] A podcast series of exploration about co-production in public services

This series is hosted by Mike Corcoran for the Co-production Network for Wales. The producer is Emmi Manteau. Recorded: November 2020 Click the links below to play in a new window. ‘All in this together: a podcast about co-production’ is also available wherever you get your podcasts. S02E01 What is co-production? Part 1 S02E02 What is […]

Co-production stories with Kelvin Jones

A series of exploration about co-production in public services. In this episode we hear from Kelvin Jones, a volunteer who, following his personal experiences, encourages and enables other to do co-production. Kelvin shares what co-production means to him as well as what it truly means to value people and use their knowledge, skills and experiences […]

[Audio] Co-production stories with Dilys Burrell

A series of exploration about co-production in public services. In this episode we hear from Dilys Burrell, a self-employed consultant working on a range of community, environment and sustainability projects across Wales. Dylis shares with us her experiences of working with people collaboratively to try and make change happen, and how she has drawn on […]

[Audio] Co-production stories with Daniel Madge

A series of exploration about co-production in public services. In this episode we hear from Daniel Madge, Senior Organisational Development Manager for Aneurin Bevan University Health Board, sharing with us his experiences of co-production and what these have taught him in relation to his own practice and life. This series is hosted by Mike Corcoran […]

[Audio] A brief history of co-production

A series of exploration about co-production in public services. In this episode Noreen Blanluet, Co-founder of the Co-production Network for Wales, provides a whistle stop tour through the history of co-production. This series is hosted by Mike Corcoran for the Co-production Network for Wales. The producer is Emmi Manteau. Recorded: November 2020 Duration: 20’18” Click […]

[Audio] Simple, complicated and complex

A series of exploration about co-production in public services. In this episode we hear from Noreen Blanluet, Co-founder of the Co-production Network for Wales, who provides an introduction to the concept of complexity and complexity theory whilst exploring its synergies with co-production. This series is hosted by Mike Corcoran for the Co-production Network for Wales. […]

[Audio] The Ladder of Participation

A series of exploration about co-production in public services. In this episode Noreen Blanluet, Co-founder of the Co-production Network for Wales, explores 3 fundamental concepts that underpin co-production. She starts by discussing the Ladder of Participation, followed by the Spectrum of Interactions, and then finishes by highlighting some key components of co-production: Co-commissioning, Co-design, Co-delivery […]

[Audio] What is co-production? Part 2

A series of exploration about co-production in public services. In this episode we hear Noreen Blanluet and Ruth Dineen, Co-founders of the Co-production Network for Wales, talking about how telling and listening to stories are central elements of co-production. Through their conversation they share the stories of co-production that have inspired and motivated them, and […]

[Audio] What is co-production? Part 1

A series of exploration about co-production in public services. In this episode we hear from Noreen Blanluet, Co-founder of the Co-production Network for Wales, talking about what co-production means and the values and principles that underpin good co-productive practice. 1’14” – definition 2’00” – an asset based approach 4’35” – in public services 6’57” – […]

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