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Co-production and Public Service Reform

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The Lighthouse

11 Mitchell Lane

Glasgow

G1 3NU

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Co-production is becoming increasingly important in reforming public services as they try to meet the challenges associated with implementing new ways of working. It has the potential to transform our public service and change the relationship between those who develop and deliver our service and those who use them.

The aim of this day is to broadly look at the role of co-production and how it can best be used to help develop sustainable and effective public services.

The day will consist of presentations and participative workshops as we seek to develop a common understanding of what works in co-production.

Topics covered will include:-

  • Implementing effective co-production for public service reform
  • The role of co-production in developing governance and effective integrated working.
  • Spreading co-produced services from one site to another
  • The role of co-production in community development


The day will bring together community groups, service providers, policy makers and academics with an interest in co-production.

This event is free but places are limited, so please register through this page to secure your booking.

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