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All Blog Posts Tagged 'evaluation' (5)

Evaluating Co-production: Write up of London Workshop

Members of the London Network met at a workshop on Thursday 9th July to discuss the theory and practice of evidencing the impact of co-production. The session was attended by over thirty people, and consisted of three speakers:

  • Formerly of NEF, Juliette Hough is an independent researcher with extensive experience of conducting evaluations in the voluntary and community sector. As a researcher at NEF, she led on the evaluation of Wandsworth Community Empowerment…

Added by Adrian Bua on September 11, 2015 at 15:13 — No Comments

Using a WELL-BEING approach to evaluating your work

How can you measure well-being?

Could I design a well-being questionnaire to evaluate my work?

How would I analyse and make the most of the results?

The Centre for Well-being at the new economics foundation have just released a Guide for Practitioners, answering these questions. It is designed primarily for voluntary…


Added by Sarah Lyall on August 7, 2012 at 14:14 — No Comments

Towards empowering young people

Hello the co-producers,
I've just posted a series of 3 blogs in which I share my reflections on "users" empowerment and co-production. I thought you might find them of interest. Here is the link to the first one:…

Added by Rachel B. Wickert on July 31, 2012 at 14:00 — 2 Comments

New assets based approach report by Jane Foot is out

A follow up to 'a Glass Half Full' has been published, taking a more detailed look at the practice, evidence and evaluation of assets based approaches. It can be downloaded here: and will be put up in the resources library soon.





Added by Julia on March 20, 2012 at 8:40 — No Comments

Co-production: developing new tools for practice

Almost all the practitioners I speak to about co-production have a clear idea of the practical tools and support they would like to help them further their work, and in influencing others about the value of co-production. Although these are many and varied, some of the most common ones include;

  • An evidence review of the impact co-production has on people's outcomes, and the costs/value of public services
  • Commissioning guidance and new commissioning ideas which…

Added by Julia on August 12, 2011 at 16:13 — No Comments

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