Co-production practitioners network
A network for co-production practitioners
Latest Activity: Mar 11
Hi, Reposted - with correct attachment! Apologies.I have been supporting the activity of co-produced policy with young people in the Scottish Borders - as the Scottish Borders Youth Commission on…Continue
Started by Susan Robb Apr 25, 2012.
Hi folks, a couple of recent reports and resources:Community-led Health for All: Developing…Continue
Started by Olivia Hanley Mar 20, 2012.
If you haven't received this final asset-mapping questionnaire but would like to participate, please click on…Continue
Started by Ruth Dineen Mar 12, 2012.
The many and varied benefits of co-production, for participants, organisations and practitioners, are now up on the…Continue
Started by Ruth Dineen Feb 20, 2012.
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The Scottish Co-production Website has now gone live! What's more, we are holding our first learning eventon 9th November - visit the site to find out more and sign up!
Welcome new members!
You'll see from my previous posts that we are developing a new website for the Scottish Co-production Network, this is imminent and I will post more news soon!
Part of the site will allow you to sign up as a member of the Scottish network , and we will of course continue to link to this site, so I'll post information about how to do that when the time comes.
Watch this space...
The NESTA/nef/Innovation Unit 'Co-production Catalogue' has just been launched. Download it here:
Hi, for info the Long Term Conditions Alliance Scotland (LTCAS) have recently opened an Involvement Network which is open to people living with long term conditions who want to contribute to campaigning and policy activities. Launched at the network member’s event last week, at which members were encouraged to embrace co-production approaches, the Involvement Network will allow LTCAS to capture the stories of people living with long term conditions. It is open to those aged 18 and over who would like to share their experience and expertise of living with long term conditions in order to assist LTCAS and its partner organisations with policy work, campaigns and research.
Network membership is FREE and people will be supported to volunteer in a way that fits in with their time, condition, skills and interests. To find out more, please see the flyer or email Nancy Greig, Network Development Officer at email@example.com
Thanks Fiona, agenda looking good with speakers coming up from nef (London) and Newcastle(RNIB) as well as local updates.
Hope to see many new members there
Hello, just a quick reminder to let everyone know that the next meeting of the SCPN is being held at 1.30pm on 24th April at IRISS Offices, Brunswick House, 51 Wilson Street, Glasgow G1 1UZ. The meeting is taking the form of a learning and practice exchange and all are welcome! Regards, Fiona
And another London event invite from nef...
THE WISDOM OF PREVENTION - Early action to prevent harm: why it matters and how to achieve it
9th May 2012, 9.00- 12.30 am
Sheikh Zayed Theatre, London School of Economics
Lord Adair Turner, Chair of the Financial Services Authority
Jonathon Porritt, Founder Director of Forum for the Future
Rt Hon Margaret Hodge MP, Chair of the Public Accounts Committee
David Robinson, Chair of the Early Action Taskforce
nef (the new economics foundation) invites you a major conference bringing together experts from across the public, private and third sector to discuss:
Don’t miss the chance to be in at the start of this vital debate. To reserve your place, click here to register.
In case anyone hasn't seen this and us interested in what's happening in London -
'Fourth London Coproduction Practitioners Event' on Co-production practitioners network!'
A message for all of those in and around London on the 18th of April
Thanks George, we'll get in touch!
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