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Global Perspectives on Research Co-Production with Communities: conference report

IRiS recently hosted its 2017 conference in partnership with the University of Melbourne’s Social Equity Institute. Global Perspectives on Research Co-production was co-conceived and co-convened by IRiS’s Lisa Goodson and MSEI’s Deborah Warr.  1,025 more words


The Co-production Network for Wales are recruiting to support the current team #coproduction #jobs #wales

We have two openings for Co-production Network staff. Our director Mark has decided to refocus his energies on training and facilitation, so we are looking for someone to lead the project from January 2018 and for the remaining 20 months of Big Lottery funding. 330 more words


Scottish Co-production Week

The Scottish Co-Production Network (SCN) will be bringing people together again for another Co-production Week Scotland. The week will run from Monday 27 November to Sunday 3 December… 148 more words


Social Care Wales - Building care and support together workshops #socialcare #wales #coproduction

Building care and support together workshops

We are holding a series of workshops to help people improve how they work together to develop better care and support in a co-productive way.  647 more words


Hirokazu Kore-eda joins Ten Years Japan

At a press conference held at Busan International Film Festival, the team behind Ten Years Japan announced that renowned Japanese director Hirokazu Kore-eda – best known for After Life (ワンダフルライフ), Nobody Knows (誰も知らない), and Like Father, Like Son (そして父になる) – has joined the project as the omnibus’ executive producer. 618 more words



My work with Liz Clarke in Bristol and South Wales is opening up questions about how small independent companies connect with communities across the cities on a tour. 495 more words

Frances Bossom

Seminar 7: Education, training and supervision for co-production - Programme

University of Huddersfield 27 October 2017

We warmly invite you to participate in the 7th seminar of the series.

Encouraging debate across boundaries between service users/survivors and carers, academics, and professionals from voluntary and public organisations. 2,320 more words