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MDF Conference: Co-production & Partnership

MDF Conference: Co-production and Partnership in Practice

Co-production has a huge part to play in transforming public services, but does not always occupy a prominent place in planning or process. This is even though some aspects have been alive and well in partnership working for many years - for example, developing peer support networks that build on people’s existing capabilities.

More details on our flyer - download it here.

Our conference will ...

  • explore recent experiences from a wide range of co-production and partnership settings

  • seek to learn from work done at local, regional and national levels - and transnational exchanges· and

  • consider the implications of co-production and partnership for the voluntary and community sector in all its forms.

Places are free* but limited to·two people from each organisation in the first instance and will be secured on a first-come-first-served basis. (We will operate a·waiting list as well).

Download a booking form here.

Who is it for?

  • Commissioners and providers of health and social care services

  • Partner organisations in the North West Disability Infrastructure Partnership and in the Working Better·project

  • Voluntary sector infrastructure organisations


  • Tuesday, 16th October 2012, 9.45am – 3.30pm


Arranged by Merseyside Disability Federation and funded by
The Big Lottery and the European Social Fund's ITM Programme

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* non-attendance fee will apply