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Creating a Co-production Culture with Co-Production Collective

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This interactive workshop is part of the Stronger Together Festival of Co-production Learning, hosted by Ageing Better

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Championing co-production for lasting change:

Co-Production Collective are a co-production community that welcomes anyone who is passionate about learning, connecting, and championing co-production for lasting change.

Co-Production Collective are a long standing partner of South Yorkshire Housing Association and the Ageing Better Programme and support us in our work to help us ensure that we are getting it right, as well as championing what we do through their wide reaching network.

We are delighted that they will be taking part in our Festival of Co-Production Learning where they will share with you their co-created values for co-production which include; Being Human, Transparent, Inclusive and Challenging; an inspiring formula for long term change around how the voices of those who want to be heard can be amplified, including those who are often ignored or excluded.

Co-Production Collective's mission is to help ensure that we can all be equal partners in the decisions that will affect our lives.

During the session Niccola and members of the network, including one of the co-production pilot projects will share examples of their work and provide hints and tips around how to integrate Co-Production Collective's values within your own co-production project, working as one team.

This session will definitely be an inspiring session that will affirm much needed change to the systems we are currently a part of, as their vision is "to see a world where diverse knowledge and experience is recognised and valued in the co-production of research - and beyond".

https://www.coproductioncollective.co.uk/

Twitter: @UCL_CoPro

This session will be on Zoom and a link will be sent out to you prior to the event. If you have any questions about this session or the festival as a whole then contact Vicky O'Donoghue - v.donoghue@syha.co.uk

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