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Wales Co-production group

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Wales Co-production group

For practitioners in Wales

Location: Wales
Members: 160
Latest Activity: on Monday

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Competition and collaboration as drivers for change or development 1 Reply

A message on behalf of David Reynolds who is studying the archaeological development of cities and is interested in the role of competition and collaboration as drivers for change or development. …Continue

Started by Noreen Blanluet. Last reply by Iwan Brioc Dec 10, 2014.

The challenge for progressives - Cardiff debate

The Challenge for Progressives – Changing the discourse to make democracy work for youWith Leanne Wood AM, Leader of The Party of Wales and Jeff Cuthbert AM, Labour PartyWhen: Monday 24th November…Continue

Tags: democracy, Wood, Leanne, Cymru, Compass

Started by Ruth Dineen Nov 23, 2014.

Time for a new social contract? - Cardiff debate 24 Nov

WCVA and Carnegie UK Trust invite you to an event at the Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff, on Monday 24 November from 5pm to 7pm.Join Carnegie UK Trust and WCVA in Annual Conference week for a free…Continue

Tags: Challenge, Debate, Trust, Carnegie, contract

Started by Ruth Dineen Nov 23, 2014.

How's about a member-led Co-production Network for Wales?

If we are to become an effective and influential community of practice we need to develop an active, mutually supportive co-production community in Wales. We believe that this could be achieved…Continue

Tags: bid, proposal, Lottery, Big, Co-production

Started by Ruth Dineen Oct 16, 2014.

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Comment by Dyfrig Williams on Monday

Good luck with everything Noreen, hopefully our paths will cross in the wider world of public service improvement!

Cheers,

Dyfrig

Comment by Heather Maling on Monday

Great work, thanks. Heather

Comment by Noreen Blanluet on Monday

Thank you Paul! 
Thanks everyone for your co-productive contributions. It is time for me to say bye and move back to pastures old :) I'm returning to self-employment as a life and business coach. If you want to keep in touch find me on LinkedIn... Wishing everyone all the very best with making coproduction the new paradigm! 

Comment by Paul Swann on Monday

Thank you for everything Noreen, you'll be very much missed but your many amazing contributions will never forgotten. Onwards!

Comment by Noreen Blanluet on Monday

The latest (and last) co-production newsletter - a joyful round up of co-production projects and partnerships across Wales: http://us6.campaign-archive1.com/?u=aace0428f6d355ad2e8fd4244&i...

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

 

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