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5 ways to fight the decline of public engagement events

Over the last five years there has been a decline in attendance across all forms of public engagement events. Any lingering notion held by professionals that people will come to you on the basis of goodwill is well and truly archaic. 977 more words

Alsea

Cross-cultural collaborative research: A reflection from New Zealand

Community member post by Jeff Foote

How can non-indigenous researchers work with indigenous communities to tackle complex socio-ecological issues in a way that is culturally appropriate and does not contribute to the marginalisation of indigenous interests and values? 868 more words

Concepts

A Time Bank for Wales? Workshop & Seminar update

Edgar Cahn and Chris Gray came over from the States to help with the Timebanking Workshop and follow-up Welsh Government Seminar – both cracking events with lots of enthusiasm, plentiful ideas and, most importantly, a pile of commitments to action. 278 more words

Collected Joy

Seminar in the Welsh Assembly: There’s (much) more to life than services

You can take a horse to water… – Bob Rhodes, Lives through Friends
It was at the end of the launch of the Coproduction Network for Wales that an opposition AM approached me to ask whether I would be able to convene a session for new Members of the Welsh Assembly and their advisors to give them some background to the principles of strengths-based practice and co-production that are emblazoned so boldly in recent legislation – especially relating to Social Care and Wellbeing and Future Generations. 297 more words

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A Better Future – Co-production in Torfaen

What would social care for people with learning disabilities look like if the people who used services designed, developed and decided what was needed?

In Torfaen and across the counties of Gwent we are on the brink of finding out. 312 more words

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Poetry, football, and ballroom dancing – “unexpected ways” to reduce alcohol harm

Communities Together is a community development project in north Pembrokeshire. It’s a project about facing up to alcohol issues in our communities – but one that didn’t begin with questions about alcohol at all. 161 more words

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Programme and Tickets for Co-Production Conference, Jan 21, Glasgow

Message from Paul Fenton:

Programme for ‘Co-production, Research and Youth and Community Work’ (21st January, 2017)

Booking now via this link

I am pleased to confirm the programme of presentations and workshops at our January research conference to be held at the University of Glasgow on Saturday 21st January 2017. 397 more words

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