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nc:twapc [2017/05/18 05:33]
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nc:twapc [2017/10/26 01:57] (current)
2yf7j [Definition of “co-production”]
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 Whilst “co-production” is a concept that has grown in prominence in recent years within civil society and the public sector, there are many different interpretations of what the term “co-production” means. The Review Team developed the following top level definition of co-production:​ Whilst “co-production” is a concept that has grown in prominence in recent years within civil society and the public sector, there are many different interpretations of what the term “co-production” means. The Review Team developed the following top level definition of co-production:​
  
-//“Co-production is where Londoners work with those in power, and each other, in a way in which all voices are heard equally in developing a shared understanding of need and in crafting solutions to make London a better place.”//+> “Co-production is where Londoners work with those in power, and each other, in a way in which all voices are heard equally in developing a shared understanding of need and in crafting solutions to make London a better place.”
  
 To be clear, effective co-production goes well beyond consultation. Consultation is “we are thinking of delivering ‘x’, what do you think”? Coproduction is “let’s work together on ‘y’ issue” to identify and solve that issue or problem. To be clear, effective co-production goes well beyond consultation. Consultation is “we are thinking of delivering ‘x’, what do you think”? Coproduction is “let’s work together on ‘y’ issue” to identify and solve that issue or problem.
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