Do you involve your community or service users in developing your organization? Do you want to understand how your service users can help to improve your impact? Ever wanted to get a research partner on board with your organization or project? Struggle to understand what co-production is and how you’d benefit? Want to improve your chances of getting funded?
 
This webinar is part of a series that aims to bring the Voluntary and Community Sector together with people in the research community – matching interests and building collaboration
 
The series of workshops will demystify the language used by the research community about co-production, co-design and participative research and look at examples where organisations are benefitting from working with a research partner.
 
Pete Fleischmann, Co-Production Works
 
Everyone is talking about co-production but exactly what is it? Co-production has become the default term for describing activities that involve  citizens working with professionals to improve public services. Co-production builds on and is related to citizen participation, public engagement, service user involvement and self-advocacy. This webinar offers a short introduction to co-production especially tailored for VCS organisations followed by questions and answers.
 
Pete Fleischmann is a leading practitioner of co-production. Pete will provide an overview of co-production, how it works in practice and some practical steps VCS organisations can take to share power with people who draw on services.  
 
Find out more about Pete and Co-production works https://coproductionworks.co.uk/ 
 
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