MAKING

CO-PRODUCTION

HAPPEN

Welcome to the Iriss Co-production blog. In 2017 we put together our popular Co-production Project Planner and distributed hundreds of copies across Scotland. We have been running workshops and events to introduce people to the planner and have been working with individual groups to implement their co-production projects. This blog has been set up to share our progress and answers to commonly asked questions to support the use of the planner.

 

HOW TO

Have you read through the planner and feel like you need some more in depth information about a particular element? We are regularly adding ‘How to’ tutorials to guide you through using the planner in your projects.

NEW IDEAS

Explore examples of the planner in action in different settings. Take a look at some Iriss projects which have used similar principles, or catch up on projects happening now that are embedding the planner in their practice.

EXPLORE THE PLANNER

Get your hands on a copy of the Iriss Co-production Project Planner and the suite of Co-production tools that come with it. Download a PDF copy or order print copies.

Co-production Clinic Sessions

        Join us at the Iriss office for one to one sessions to support you in your co-production projects In the run up to #CoProWeekScot we will be running 45 minute  sessions where you can come and discuss a project idea, or think about a project you are currently...

Using the planner to navigate tricky conversations

Hello from Govan Community Project! My name is Tilly and I’m the project coordinator for our Participatory Action Research (PAR) project. PAR is a collaborative form of research, based around breaking down the hierarchy between “professional researcher” and the...

How to: Using character tools in co-production

We have been working with a number of different organisations and projects to support them to use the co-production project planner. One thing that we often discussed is trying to navigate the number of different tools that are available to us when we are facilitating...

How to: Use tools to enhance engagement in social services

The Co-production planner includes a suite of facilitation tools that you can use in co-production projects. Iriss produced a publication in 2016 about using tools in social services, it is a really useful introduction to tools and is nicely illustrated too! This...

How to: Address power imbalance through co-production

Who’s in the room? Addressing power imbalance through co-production Over the past few months I have been working on a co-production project planning resource. Focused on putting ideas into action, it draws on my experience of delivering co-production projects with...

Edinburgh Together

We ran a workshop for the Edinburgh Together ASL Consortium on 28 June 2018, which aimed to give people from the service time to think about how they can embed cultures that support co-production. The ASL (Additional Support for Learning) service at City of Edinburgh...

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