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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.”

[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” – […]

The what, why and who of co-pro (poster, Dineen R., 2012)

Back in 2012 Ruth Dineen attended a symposium on Assets for Health, and developed this poster to explain the what, why and who of co-pro. She has kindly made it publicly accessible as it might be of more general use. Author: Ruth Dineen Design: Liz Price ( Click this link to open in a new tab […]

The Challenge of Co-Production (Boyle, D., 2009)

Discussion paper on the NESTA website: Boyle, D., 2009. The Challenge of Co-production: How Equal Partnerships Between Professionals and the Public are Crucial to Improving Public Services. NESTA. A historical look at the reasons Co-Production has now become a viable method of service delivery. This paper highlights the role of co-production in addressing the […]

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 […]

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