Our next meeting of the London Co-production Practitioners' will be held at the City of London Guildhall in Moorgate and will focus on Tools for Co-production in Services. The event will be hosted by Spice, a social enterprise that develops agency timebanking systems for communities and public services 'that engage and empower the many rather than the few'. Spice are interested in how co-production and time credits can be part of public services from the very beginning.
Provisionally, the afternoon includes:
- a presentation from Rosie Farrer and David Russell at Spice on how we can make the most of time credits in co-production - both for communities and services
- discussion of co-produced commissioning in public services, drawing on recent pilots and examples
- a demonstration from Ian Hanton (an experienced commissioner) of the Action 4 Community Enterprise (ACE) boardgame! ACE is a cooperative action learning game designed to train community leaders, groups and activists to exploit the opportunities that arise from emerging government policy
- time for conversations and networking - from 3pm onwards.
If you have any access requirements or questions about the event please contact Sarah Lyall on email@example.com.
To get to the venue please enter Guildhall City of London from the West Wing Entrance on Aldermanbury. The nearest underground stations are Moorgate, Bank, St Paul's and Mansion House. A PDF with further information on how to get to Guildhall is available here. Please make sure you use the 'find us' address, not the mailing address. The West Wing entrace is marked on this PDF map as 'D'.
For more information about the network and coproduction, please visit the Co-production Practitioners' Network website.
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