Videos

If you have any videos you would like added to this page showcasing co-production in action, please contact Olivia.



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September, 06, 2012
"Co-production is about involving people in the services they use." This video from the New Economics Foundation (nef) gives a comprehensive introduction to co-production and what it means for people and the services they use. For more information on nef's co-production work programme visit http://www.neweconomics.org/publications/co-production


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September, 05, 2012
This video from the Scottish Consortium for Learning Disability (SCLD) highlights the Local Area Coordination (LAC) development project which is funded by Scottish Government to support the implementation of LAC in Scotland. The project works with a National Reference group on co-production and members of this group are strong advocates for co-production and have worked with SCLD for 3 years to support the ongoing development of LAC in Scotland. My great independent life is a story showing how LACs can work on a one to one basis with people to support people to live independent lives. This video shows how the LAC approach can support people and groups in a variety of ways and this format has been really useful to show LAC in practice – and also of co-production in practice.


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September, 06, 2012
Interview with Gerry Power from the Joint Improvement Team which is co-sponsored by the Scottish Government and COSLA. Gerry has contributed a chapter on the impact co-production is having on health and social care planning and provision in Scotland in 'Making Health and Social Care Personal and Local: Moving from Mass Production to Co-Production' a resource by Governance International and the Local Government Information Unit. The book can be downloaded from our Resources section.


Added by Olivia
September, 05, 2012
This video from the Scottish Consortium for Learning Disability (SCLD) highlights the Local Area Coordination (LAC) development project which is funded by Scottish Government to support the implementation of LAC in Scotland. The project works with a National Reference group on co-production and members of this group are strong advocates for co-production and have worked with SCLD for 3 years to support the ongoing development of LAC in Scotland. The Good Life group – is an example of how LACs can work with groups, in this case a group of people with learning disabilities who wanted to develop and deliver training to health professionals.


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May, 13, 2013
Edgar Cahn in his book No More Throw-Away People relates the parable of the Blobs and Squares to explain the co-production imperative. This video co-produced by Time Banking UK retells the story.


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May, 13, 2013
Compilation video of experiences of Participatory Budgeting in the UK, produced by the PB Unit in 2009. See www.participatorybudgeting.org.uk for more information


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July, 01, 2013
Made In Lambeth is a collective of people from a mix of backgrounds: from graphic designers to brilliant organisers, to those with legal, financial and software development skills. All are united by a desire to use their skills to solve important social challenges in Lambeth. So far the project has run two events, helping to solve some big challenges. From designing a brand new website for a local youth group, to creating a system to get people in the same street talking to one another. They have launched an online community so members of Made In Lambeth can continue to network and work together between events on a range of important projects. See more at: http://madein.lambeth.coop/about#sthash.Cb8FYCtR.dpuf


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September, 10, 2013
Members of East Ayrshire's Vibrant Communities team talk together about how they are learning to work to shift, as they put it, from asking 'how do I fix this'? to 'how can I empower these people to help themselves?'. Filmed in August 2013 in Kilmarnock by Nick Wilding with Mairi-Anne Macdonald (SSSC)


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September, 10, 2013
This film captures some of the presentations and exchanges at the third meeting of the 'Skilled Workers, Skilled Citizens' initiative in Glasgow in June 2013. People from Police Scotland and Threshold (Crossreach) introduce how these organisations are enabling staff and citizens to 'co-produce' services to powerful effect.


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September, 10, 2013
This video is from a revent SCN event on evaluation and co-production. Julia Slay describes some of the findings from evalusations that have been completed on co-produced projects and outlines a new methodology that nef will be using to evaluate co-produced health programmes, starring this autumn.


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October, 13, 2014
On Wednesday 3 September, Nesta, in partnership with the Cabinet Office, hosted 'People helping people' - an all-day event, combining talks and workshops, exploring the future role of volunteers and social action within our public services. This video was shown to attendees as an introduction to the event, and introduces a selection of schemes supported by the Centre for Social Action.


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October, 13, 2014
nef has launched 'Surviving Austerity', the final report from a two year project that has been running in Birmingham and Haringey to understand the impact of the new austerity and ask what happened to the Big Society. Nef also explore what practical alternatives local authorities, the VCS and other public services can take to promote social justice in a time of austerity, including commissioning for outcomes, developing co-production, promoting well-being, and tackling poverty and inequality. The link to the report is here: http://www.neweconomics.org/publications/entry/surviving-austerity Nef have also made two films about the project which provide a short introduction to the work:


Added by samjordan
October, 13, 2014
nef has launched 'Surviving Austerity', the final report from a two year project that has been running in Birmingham and Haringey to understand the impact of the new austerity and ask what happened to the Big Society. Nef also explore what practical alternatives local authorities, the VCS and other public services can take to promote social justice in a time of austerity, including commissioning for outcomes, developing co-production, promoting well-being, and tackling poverty and inequality. The link to the report is here: http://www.neweconomics.org/publications/entry/surviving-austerity Nef have also made two films about the project which provide a short introduction to the work:

Surviving Austerity - nef

nef has launched 'Surviving Austerity', the final report from a two year project that has been running in Birmingham and Haringey to understand the impact of the new austerity and ask what happened to the Big Society. Nef also explore what practical alternatives local authorities, the VCS and other public services can take to promote social justice in a time of austerity, including commissioning for outcomes, developing co-production, promoting well-being, and tackling poverty and inequality. 

The link to the report is here: http://www.neweconomics.org/publications/entry/surviving-austerity

Nef have also made two films about the project which provide a short introduction to the work: