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Inclusive Co-production and Engagement Seminar
December 6, 2018 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm£80 – £100
Join us for a practically focused day on looking at co-production and engagement from an equalities perspective.
We will be hearing from housing associations and other providers who will demonstrate both the importance of co-productive working but ways it can work with diverse groups of people.
- Noreen Blanluet, Co-production Network for Wales
Sharing some examples of where using an asset-based approach to public services has enabled people from diverse communities to share power and responsibility and to contribute to social change.
- Sam Howells, Charter Housing
Charter Housing runs a variety of initiatives with young people and young parents, and have been successful in reaching out to under-represented groups.
- Rachell Morton and Rachel Lovell, Valleys to Coast
Space Saviours is a shared service model that supports, encourages and empowers communities in South Wales to make creative use of spare or unloved land.
- Danielle Ingleson, Welsh Water
Welsh Water looked for new ways of engaging a community with multiple economic and social challenges.
- Carol Kay, Welsh Government
Carol discusses the themed review on ‘tenants at the heart of regulation’.
- Paul Pargeter, Dimensions UK
How can a national organisation make sure it meaningfully engages at a local level with people with learning disabilities, autism and complex needs?
Co-production is not just a word, it is not just a concept, it is a meeting of minds coming together to find shared solutions. In practice, co-production involves people who use services being consulted, included and working together from the start to the end of any project that affects them. When co-production works best, people who use services and carers are valued by organisations as equal partners, can share power and have influence over decisions made. – The TLAP National Co-production Advisory Group.
Working co-productively leads to:
- Better services
- Better use of public money
- More resilient communities, and sustainable services
(This event will also incorporate the Tai Pawb AGM. If you would like to attend please email [email protected]– this part of the day is free for all our members.)
- If cancellation is notified to Tai Pawb within 10 working days of the date of the event, the full cost of the event will be incurred;
- If cancellation is notified to Tai Pawb within 15 working days of the date of the event, 50% of the cost will be incurred;
- If cancellation is notified to Tai Pawb more than 15 working days before the date of the event then no cost will be incurred.
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