Tell us your vision for co-production in Scotland
With Co-production Week Scotland coming to an end we'd like to remind you to spend the last couple of days thinking about your vision for
Co-production in Scotland.
We've had loads of responses already and we're seeing clear messages about the importance of co-production becoming the new normal, how we need to shift the balance of power towards those furthest away from it and how co-production doesn't happen overnight: it takes time, effort and resource.
Here's some of the visions people have submitted as part of the week:
- "People see participation as 'standard operating procedure'"
- "Artists can demonstrate shared authorship in diverse ways enabling community empowerment #CoProWeekScot"
- "Shifting power at all levels towards people with lived experience"
- "Working together using the skills and abilities of all people and valuing community action as the way forward for people and planet."
- “It's a continuous approach, it doesn't just happen at the start of something”
- "Museums co-curate, working 'with not for' communities/localities -to collectively steward heritage #CoProWeekScot"
- “Working together using the skills and abilities of all people and valuing community action as the way forward for people and planet.”
- "Communities are at the heart of the decisions that affect them."
- "That it continues to grow, develop and reach out as a way of achieving more equitable public service development and delivery."
From here we'll be compiling all of these responses into a national vision for co-production in Scotland early next year - so have your say about what you want co-production to look like in Scotland.
We'll be in touch next week with a full round-up of Co-production Week Scotland - we hope you've enjoyed the week and a big thank you to everyone involved!