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Wales Co-production group

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Wales Co-production group

For practitioners in Wales

Location: Wales
Members: 191
Latest Activity: on Monday

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Calling all radical Welsh co-prodders - your Network needs you!

The Co-pro Network for Wales is launching a formal membership drive - open to all. The only requirement is that you commit to work with us to make co-pro happen. The…Continue

Tags: Wales, Wales, network, co-production

Started by Ruth Dineen May 3.

Co-pro Network for Wales - website live!

Happy Easter all! If you have finished eating your chocolate and fancy some more excitement...do check out our new Network…Continue

Tags: Network

Started by Ruth Dineen Apr 16.

February newsletter 2 Replies

Our latest newsletter issue on co-producing resilient communities can be found hereContinue

Tags: co-production, Wales

Started by Judith Nubold. Last reply by Judith Nubold Feb 20.

Care Council Co-pro Expert Classes 2 Replies

Noreen and I are running three more Expert Classes covering the what, why and how of co-pro, particularly in relation to the implementation of our (potentially radical) Social Services and Wellbeing…Continue

Tags: Classes, Expert, Council, Care, training

Started by Ruth Dineen. Last reply by Ruth Dineen Feb 13.

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Comment by Noreen Blanluet on February 2, 2015 at 9:41

A co-pro newsletter from Wales with a health theme: http://us6.campaign-archive1.com/?u=aace0428f6d355ad2e8fd4244&i...

Comment by Noreen Blanluet on December 22, 2014 at 11:54

The last Co-production Wales newsletter of the year: http://eepurl.com/_N-79 It includes a cracking article on the current co-production context in Wales. Highly recommended (even if we say so ourselves...)

Comment by Noreen Blanluet on November 3, 2014 at 9:19

The November Co-production Wales newsletter is out - read it online at http://us6.campaign-archive2.com/?u=aace0428f6d355ad2e8fd4244&i...

Comment by Olwen Williams on September 1, 2014 at 22:08
Please be wary re odd e- mail,requesting an off line request it's a scam from a well know Ghanan male
Comment by Noreen Blanluet on September 1, 2014 at 9:47

The Co-pro Wales newsletter is out! Update on co-pro in Wales, Co-production and Citizenship research, and more. http://ow.ly/AVMr2

Comment by Noreen Blanluet on August 31, 2014 at 15:04

A short advertising message on behalf of Diana Reynolds... :)

An advertisement
Here is a challenge for our co-productive networks:  Does anyone know a really good sewer/dress maker/seamstress in south Wales?   This is a genuine opportunity to work with an up-coming young designer who is starting to expand her business. We are looking for someone who can make up batches of ten to twelve items of clothing from each of a number of patterns.  (We may even have a sewing machine to offer, if you have the skills but no equipment.)  We are intending to pay with money but happy to consider time credits if this suits you better.
Please contact: Katie on 07474 308 974 or email; katie.2flyapparel@live.com if you are interested.
Comment by Dyfrig Williams on August 27, 2014 at 17:17

Great to see GovCamp Cymru being featured in the Co-production Wales newsletter. The Good Practice Exchange at the Wales Audit Office is supporting this event, and if it's going to really help improve Welsh public services it needs to be people focussed. So we'd really like to encourage people to attend, both those employed by public services and people who want to improve them. There's more information at http://govcampcymru.org/ if anyone's interested. Cheers!

Comment by Noreen Blanluet on August 1, 2014 at 9:02

The Co-production Wales newsletter is out! Great update on co-production in Wales, events @GovCampCymru +#unusualsuspectsfestival, tools, reports, resources and collected items of joy. ow.ly/zPeOi

Comment by Noreen Blanluet on July 7, 2014 at 8:46

New publication on the @CoproWales website: "‘They believed in me.’ The view from The Wallich" by Jan Balsdon http://ow.ly/yQrSf 

Comment by Noreen Blanluet on July 1, 2014 at 12:45

The newsletter is out - includes an invitation to co-create a Community Currency Practice Exchange ow.ly/yE45R

 

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