Seeing is Believing Co-pro Catalogue
- The case for Co-production
- Co-pro in practice
- Practical Guidance & Audit Tools
- Networks & Websites Wales / Networks & Websites UK
There’s also an overview of what co-pro is and isn’t, lots of inspiring case-studies from across Wales, a co-pro audit tool, and a Seeing is Believing workbook (hard copies of this can be requested from Maria Gallagher of PHW).
Other useful things:
Co-production Network for Wales Lottery Proposal (2015) Cartrefi Cymru, Co-production Wales, WCVA. The co-produced bid that started the whole thing off! It’s the culmination of four years’ worth of discussions, meetings, events, workshops, surveys and feedback from hundreds of co-prodders from Wales and the world. Now we just have to do it!
Commissioning Report for Health Minister (2015) Jon Skone’s provocative summary of the current commissioning scene in Wales and a call to move from competition to collaboration in order to better serve those we support. Watch this space – some hugely exciting moves are afoot to make co-pro commissioning a reality…
Measuring the Mountain final proposal (2016) Neil Wooding of the National Statistics Office and a collection of co-pro lovelies including SenseMaker genius Bethan Smith have produced a plan for a co-produced evaluation of the Social Services and Well-being Act, using people’s stories and a citizen jury to discover what’s going well and how to do more of the good stuff. We’re now discussing next steps with the Welsh Government.
The 5 Principles of Co-production (video 2017) Network Director Mark has been working with co-pro champions and Learning Disability Wales to create this film which explains what co-production looks like in reality. A wonderfully clear, down to earth explanation from the people who are doing it!
A cheering monthly round-up of what’s happening in the co-pro community across Wales and the world…