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April 2013 Blog Posts (6)

Here comes the revolution! Co-producing Wales...

Tomorrow we send the Open Letter to the Welsh Government asking that co-pro principles are placed at the heart of our public services. 256 signatures from orgnaisations and individuals in Wales, and 25 supporting statements from USA, Canada, Australia, Scotland and England. Makes for a cheering and revolutionary read.

To view…


Added by Ruth Dineen on April 30, 2013 at 11:00 — No Comments

Update on the Public Service Transformation Network


Joanne Fearn from the Cabinet Office is a co-production enthusiast and is involved in setting up the new Public Service Transformation Network which was announced by the Chancellor in last month's budget.

The Network does not have a website as yet, but Joanne shared this helpful information with us.

It's hoped that the Network will…


Added by Sarah Lyall on April 25, 2013 at 10:00 — No Comments

Making the case for co-producing health and wellbeing

Hi all,

I've just added some more resources to our pages on Transitioning to Co-production and Health.

Here are the main ones:…


Added by Sarah Lyall on April 18, 2013 at 15:00 — No Comments

Peer to peer learning approach 3k prize

Peer to peer learning

Locality has launched a competition through the pages of Third Sector to find the best examples of peer-to-peer learning – formal and informal – between smaller organisations (turnover £50k-£200k).

To encourage you to apply, there is a first prize of £3,000 with two runners-up prizes of £1,000.

The competition will run from late…


Added by Julia on April 15, 2013 at 12:31 — No Comments

Peer2Peer Network

Hi all,

Are you aware of the Peer2Peer Network? It is a network of service user groups, voluntary organisations, other statutory service providers, all deidcated to sharing information, resources, advice and good practice around peer support.

Please find attached the latest newsletter of the Network.…


Added by Daniel Eichner on April 5, 2013 at 14:15 — No Comments

Hey Mum - we're going to be on t'telly!

BBC Wales political producer Toby Mason, clearly a man of fine understanding and revolutionary zeal, has heard about the Open Letter, and the joys of co-production and intends to make a programme about it all for the telly.

AND he's planning to schedule it to go out just before the Open Letter wings its way to the Welsh Government's First Minister Carwyn Jones on 25th April. How's that for a bit of news to cheer us up in the midst of cuts, angst and…


Added by Ruth Dineen on April 5, 2013 at 8:42 — No Comments

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