Manchester Coproduction Roadshow
Thursday, April 7, 2011 from 9:30 AM to 5:00 PM (BST)
Achieving more for more: what would public services look like if users and professionals worked together in equal and reciprocal relationships?
The Coproduction Practitioners Network, Coprodnet at the University of Manchester, NESTA and nef are pleased to invite you to a ‘Coproduction Roadshow’ event in Manchester.
A full day event for practitioners and decision makers to share views and experiences on how to deliver public services that achieve more by radically rethinking the relationship with their beneficiaries.
At the end of the day you will have the opportunity to network with people in the sector over cheese and wine at the Practitioners Marketplace. If you would like to obtain a space to exhibit the work of your organisation at the Marketplace please contact James.Duggan@postgrad.manchester.ac.uk
09.30 Coffee and registration
Patsy Hodson, Manchester Communication Academy
10.10 Co-production: setting the scene
Anna Coote, nef
10.20 Co-production: a strategic choice in the current climate
Paul Davies, Executive director for Social Care and Inclusion, Walsall Council
Commissioning for Co-production
Trudi Wright, Kirklees Council
The impact and benefits of Co-production: local area coordination
Carol Taylor, Middlesborough Council
Service design for Co-production
Lauren Currie and Sarah Drummond, Snook
Joint Strategic Asset Assessments
Jane Foot, Independent Policy Advisor and author of “A glass half full” (LGID)
13.00 Open space and coffee
Fostering Community Sustainability and Resilience
Prof. Paul Clarke, Incredible Edible Todmorden
Robin Tuddenham, Safer and Stronger Calderdale
Co-producing an area based curriculum
Louise Thomas, RSA
Reddish Vale Technology College: a co-operative school
Phil Arnold, Reddish Vale Co-operative Trust
Jill Parker, KeyRing
15.15 Closing remarks
15.45 Practitioners Marketplace
When & Where
The Coproduction Roadshows are jointly hosted by the Coproduction Practitioners Network NESTA, nef and a range of partners across the country including Scotland's Futures Forum, the Welsh Assembly Government, SPICE, Coprodnet, Governance International, Birmingham University and Timebanking UK.