About this event

The sector is moving in the direction of more co-designed, co-produced and user-led activity, where people who use services have an equal, more meaningful, and powerful role in shaping those services. Funders are increasingly expecting to see the user voice reflected in development and implementation of a wide range of activity and organisational governance across the sector. There is every reason to believe that this trend will continue and will strengthen.

What distinguishes co-production from other forms of user involvement, like collaboration and user-led work, is shared decision making—between staff, trustees and experts by experience. Approaching co-production in a structured, purposeful, and thoughtful way is important, but it’s not always easy to do.

In this seminar

We will discuss the benefits of co-production, explore some good practice principles and share some examples from organisations on a co-production journey. Hosted by NPC’s Charlotte Lamb, Principal of Strategy Governance, Leadership and User Voice.  This event is part of our Leading Impact series of seminars.

A limited number of bursary places are available for small charities, ethnic minority charities of all sizes and ethnic minority representatives from charities of all sizes. Bursary spaces are available on a first come, first served basis. Please email the events team to apply for our bursary places.

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