A network for co-production practitioners
We're looking for someone excited by new challenges and who isn't scared to pioneer new ideas and ways of working. You will be part of a team which focuses on creating the conditions for people (affected by cancer - in the broadest sense) to live well in whatever way that makes sense to them. You will help to pioneer a new place based way of working, supporting individuals and communities to take the lead in defining what they have, want and need to manage their condition and support…
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NEF is working with youth service commissioners in Lambeth and Cornwall councils to transform the way that youth services are designed, commissioned and delivered. The approach we have developed with the commissioning teams is focussed on three distinct concepts, all critical to NEF’s work over the past decade: co-production; well-being; and social, environmental and economic outcomes.…Continue
Added by Julia on February 25, 2014 at 20:00 — No Comments
An overview of this excellent meeting is on the Co-production Wales (All in this Together) blog.
Chris Riley (DHSS) outlined the next steps in relation to WG in general, the DHSS Department in particular, and re the need to link up with the rest of us to continue the conversation.
They can only do that with your help...please make your…Continue
Added by Ruth Dineen on February 6, 2014 at 13:00 — No Comments
Coproduction at the heart of reshaping youth services in Cornwall
Like many Local Authorities across England, Cornwall is not alone in grappling with the tightening public purse. The challenge is on to continue providing youth services which make a real impact on young people’s lives
, and reduce the need for complex and specialist services. For the past year we have been working with nef on a specific…
Added by Julia on March 8, 2013 at 15:25 — No Comments
As the public purse runs dry, local authorities across the country are facing tough decisions. Few services are escaping unscathed, but those for young people, which a local authority does not have statutory duty to provide, are among those hardest hit - with cuts of up to 90 per cent. Young people are waking up to find their youth centres closed, or operating on reduced hours, and many…Continue
Yippee! The analysis of the questionnaires is finally complete - thanks to the technical wizardry and organisational brilliance of Noreen who has been helping me for the last month. We now have 82 co-pro projects and a ripe abundance of techniques, tools and theories to select from for the Co-pro Resource.
Thanks again to all of you for your contributions: the work you are doing is inspirational. And so are you!
Next step is to get the contents finalised; I'll email a draft…
Added by Ruth Dineen on May 30, 2012 at 8:51 — No Comments
The C-P Resource project is gathering speed: Questionnaire 2 is analysed and the results are starting to go up on the Resource blog in all their loveliness. Thanks to all who are contributing...keep the info coming!
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The purpose of ‘What makes us tick’ was to bring together people who are
passionate about making a difference in the communities they live and work in
and who are open to the new possibilities that can be created when we learn from
‘What makes us tick’ was an opportunity for people to share what’s important
to them, their own ideas and…
Added by Alan Williams on June 17, 2011 at 15:00 — No Comments