If you’re wondering how co-production came about in the UK and especially in Wales, Dan’s presentation (12’47) covers the journey since the 1960’s with key thinkers like Sherry Arnstein, Elinor Ostrom, and Edgar Cahn; and the development work in the UK by Nesta and the New Economics Foundation. Any other key contributors to this picture […]
Alliance for Useful Evidence “This practice guide has been created to help you use research evidence to improve your work. It will help you: Learn about evidence-informed decision-making, and why research is an essential element of it. Understand the different scenarios when using evidence can help you, as well as the types of evidence you […]
This Nesta blog uses prepositions to organise thinking around “how to bridge the expectations gap in public services and restore public trust.” For, to, with, by… Read it in full: https://www.nesta.org.uk/blog/the-grammar-of-good-government-or-why-prepositions-matter/
Leonard Cheshire will use a £1million loan from Nesta’ Innovate To Save Programme, to develop and scale their IAC project across Wales. Innovation for Active Communities (IAC – formerly known as Prime Members Club) offers adults receiving direct payments a way to pool their one-to-one support hours. These can then be used against a variety of […]
In September 2017, Nesta and the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport launched the Connected Communities Innovation Fund. The fund focuses on how we can incorporate non-traditional modes of volunteering – often informal – to tap into the skills and experiences of people within communities. Here are 12 of the 16 grantees who have proposed […]
This catalogue was commissioned by Nesta to support the People Powered health programme and produced by nef. It has a particular focus on case studies from health and social care, as well as resources and other information on co-production in the UK and internationally. You can find it online here.