A network for co-production practitioners
I am curious to know how people are assessing and demonstrating the values of co-production research outputs and outcomes. I come from an action-research in developing countries background and have recently come across the co-production network and ways of working. There are many parallels between the co-production principles and ways of working with what people aspire to achieve through action-research.
I have been looking through the co-production literature for a…Continue
Added by Simon ANDERSON on October 24, 2012 at 10:28 — No Comments
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
Last month, Involve and Consumer Focus co-hosted a seminar exploring ‘Where next for localism and co-production?’ The event brought together a group of 27 individuals from national government, local government, the voluntary and community sector, the social innovation field, academia and think tanks to explore some of the challenges and opportunities…Continue
Added by Tim Hughes on April 19, 2012 at 15:31 — 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!
Added by Ruth Dineen on February 15, 2012 at 22:02 — No Comments
Added by Ruth Dineen on January 4, 2012 at 19:42 — No Comments
Colleagues at nef are involved in this project as part of their advisory group, so in this capacity I am circulating this to see if anyone would like to become involved. It would be great to see some co-production examples in this project and perhaps have the opportunity to explore if working co-productively makes communities more resilient to threats from climate change. Apologies for the use of 'vulnerable' in the project - the influencing work continues.....
Added by Lucie Stephens on July 27, 2011 at 9:31 — No Comments