Members of our Stay Connected network,
Merseyside Disability Federation (MDF) are hosting a conference on
16 October on co-production and partnership in practice.
Aspects of co-production such as developing peer support
networks or building upon people's existing capabilities have been
alive and well in partnership working for many years. Co-production
has a huge part to play in the transformation of public services
and yet it does not always occupy a prominent place in planning or
This conference will explore recent experiences from a wide
range of co-production and partnership settings, seek to learn from
work at local, regional and national levels and transnational
exchanges and consider the implications of co-production and
partnership for the voluntary and community sector in all its
The event will take place on Tuesday 16 October 2012,
9.45am - 3.30pm at Aintree Racecourse. A map and
directions to the venue can be found here.
Places are limited to two people per
organisation in the first instance and will be
secured on a first-come-first-served basis. A waiting list will
also be in operation.
This event is open to infrastructure organisations and providers
and commissioners of health and social care services.
A flyer with further information can be downloaded below.
If you would like to book a place, please contact Lindsey Sadler
at firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 10th
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