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It’s time to walk the talk - 4th National Co-production Conference 2015

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It’s time to walk the talk – making
co-production the way Scotland works


4th National Co-production Conference 2015
Tuesday 12th May 2015

Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow

You are invited to register your interest in attending and contributing to this year's national conference.

Across Scotland people and communities are continuing to work with local services to achieve positive change through co-production. This year’s 4th National Co-production Conference aims to help us bring it all together, learn from each other and plan for the future.

Once again the conference will be brimming over with activities, work sessions, training opportunities, discussions and debates.

How to register to attend

This is a free event, with everyone welcome. In previous years we have been oversubscribed so please register your interest early.

We are particularly keen for the conference to hear from groups of people with lived experience of co-production. We are happy to support the attendance of local or unfunded groups – get in touch to discuss.

Click here to register your interest

We will confirm attendance after 20th April to allow us to hold places for some groups we are targeting.

Call out for proposals to contribute to the conference

We invite you to submit your proposal for how you can contribute. We want contributions to go toward the overall aims of the conference and have agreed some key themes – more details via the link below. Don’t be put off if your ideas don’t fit our themes, we are happy to discuss your suggestions.

We are really keen to receive proposals or suggestions which involve or are led by people with lived experience of co-production, either in design or delivery. 

Click here to contribute your ideas

The deadline for conference submissions is Friday 3rd April 2015.

This conference has been planned and delivered by the Scottish Co-production Network, the Joint Improvement Team, The ALLIANCE, the Scottish Recovery Network and Scottish Homelessness Involvement & Empowerment Network, and others.

Learning event: Community led co-production, 27th March 2015

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 Community led co-production – what does it look like and how do we support it?

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Scottish Co-production Network – Learning Event
Friday, 27th March 2015: 1030 – 1330
Perth Concert Hall, Perth

This half day event will provide an opportunity to share ideas and learn from people’s experience of community led co-production.

It will include:

  • Contributions from community members actively involved in co-production
  • Practitioner experiences on the opportunities and challenges faced in responding to and supporting community led approaches
  • Sharing lessons and learning that can apply to individual practitioners as well as organisations
  • Developing ideas on how the Network can support such approaches in the future

To register for this event please
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We would love to have network members contribute their own ideas, skills and experience at the event. If you can help in this respect then contact Paul.Ballantyne@scdc.org.uk by Wednesday, 11th March and he will discuss this in more detail with you.

We look forward to seeing some of you on the day!

 

Glasgow Homelessness Network event: Co-producing homeless services

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Tuesday 24th March 2015 10am-3pm, Adelaide’s, Bath Street, Glasgow

Over time, there’s been many changes in how services are designed and delivered – from something we did to people, then for people and now with people. The ideas behind coproduction build on this change.

This year’s SHIEN conference will explore what coproduction really means, what it might offer us – and whether it could transform how we tackle homelessness in Scotland.

Come along to:

  • Meet other people working and living with homelessness
  • Enjoy a great lunch and some musical entertainment

To book:

  • Phone 0141 420 7272 / 07834 437 185
  • Email shien@ghn.org.uk
  • Web www.ghn.org.uk/shien/booking

You can download more information here.