A network for co-production practitioners
Time: October 30, 2012 from 4pm to 6pm
Location: 3.204 University Place, University of Manchester
Street: Oxford Road
Website or Map: http://coproductionmbspolicy.…
Event Type: workshop
Organized By: Coprodnet & Governance International
Latest Activity: Sep 28, 2012
The workshop will showcase three inspiring case studies of involving users and communities in public services from the North-West. These examples show why co-production of health and wellbeing is a powerful approach for better outcomes or improved efficiency of public services. The workshop will also explore the ten most common barriers to scaling up co-production in public services and gather smart ideas from participants how to overcome these barriers. The co-produced results will be made available to all participants after the workshop! We are looking forward to your contributions so please spread the word about the workshop.
Co-Production in economic development, social services and health
- Dave Carter (Manchester Digital Development Agency) - Smart Cities, Smarter Citizens
- Helen Allen (Community Catalysts) - Co-producing micro-services
Overcoming the barriers to co-production
- Elke Loeffler (Governance International) will set out the top ten barriers for scaling up co-production in public services which have been identified in Co-Production Star Training Workshops.
Scaling it up – Smart ideas for making co-production work in public services
- James Duggan (Coprodnet) will facilitate the discussion on how to overcome barriers of co-production and gather smart ideas for a co-produced pamphlet resulting from the workshop.
Staying in touch!
All participants will be invited to sign up to the Manchester Co-production Network (Coprodnet) and online forum of Governance International in order to stay in touch with each other.
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