What it’s all about is the total transformation of our public services…
Co-production Wales (who maintain this site) are a voluntary alliance of individuals and organisations with a shared mission: to build on the best of our traditions of cooperation and community to transform Wales into a society that places co-production principles at the heart of its public services, its communities, and the lives of its citizens. We don’t have any paid staff and we don’t have an office. What we do have is the help and support of hundreds of people – government ministers, academics, community members, public service professionals, carers and service recipients – who are working with us to achieve our collective goal:
social justice, and the permanent shift of power from state to citizens. Nothing less.
Last year, with your help, we set up a new Lottery-funded organisation:
All in this Together, the Co-production Network for Wales.
All in this Together aims to be a member-led network of citizens and professionals working for ‘a Wales where everyone is valued as a contributor to the common good’.
And it will soon have its own website. At that point this site will be archived at a new address and the All in this Together site will take over as the central hub for co-pro information, opinion, advocacy, events, case-studies, research and comments. In the meantime, to be kept in the loop and to receive the monthly Network Newsletter, sign up to the Network mailing list here and/or get in touch with the Director Mark John Williams, firstname.lastname@example.org or the Co-ordinator Judith Nubold, email@example.com.
As individuals we are relatively powerless. Collectively we are unstoppable. Please stay involved and work with us to transform our public services. Thank you!
Ruth Dineen can be contacted on firstname.lastname@example.org