Do you have examples of good or bad co-production in London? If, so please complete the online survey below

The Way Ahead, which is a new emerging strategy to improve support to Civil Society across London, is keen to gather examples from charities, community groups and public sector bodies about how communities/Londoners have been involved in shaping local services for the better – basically how services or projects have been ‘co-produced’ to better suit the needs of those they are targeting or engaging.

We think there are lots of examples of co-production going on every day in London. We want to learn from you about what co-production you have been involved with – what worked well and also importantly, what perhaps didn’t work well. We want to understand where co-production is creating positive impact for local people and communities and to understand where co-production could be better utilised to create better outcomes for everyone. So we really need to capture your ideas and experiences no matter how big or small. Knowing how things didn’t work is as important as knowing how things worked well so please share your thoughts via this survey – link below.

http://www.hcvs.org.uk/index.php?category=14&sec=63&page=436