About the Scottish Co-production Network
The Scottish Co-production Network is place for the sharing of learning and the exchange of co-production practice.
Through this website, regular network meetings, learning events and support to local activity, the network aims to:
- Build on existing co-production activity in Scotland
- Be a forum for learning, debate and development of ideas
- Create a space for practice & information exchange
- Support dialogue and advance co-production approaches in Scotland
The Scottish Co-production Network is free and open to anyone who is interested in co-production in Scotland. As a member of the network, you will be invited to learning events, network meetings and be able to take part in discussions and information sharing on the website. In order to ensure the network is effective in developing practice around co-production in Scotland, members are encouraged to contribute to the network by sharing their learning and experience through the online discussions, attending meetings and sharing useful information and case studies.
If you would like to join the network you can sign up here - it’s free and only requires basic information.
The network is hosted by the Scottish Community Development Centre.
The Scottish Co-production network was formed as an informal network in 2010, co-facilitated and chaired by Scottish Community Development Centre and NHS Tayside on a voluntary basis. It came into being as a result of contact established between the New Economics Foundation (nef) and NHS Tayside as part of their work around the Health Equity Strategy: Communities in Control and through the Meeting the Shared Challenge programme led by Scottish Community Development Centre.
The network was response to the growing interest in co-production across several sectors in Scotland.