‘Seeing is Believing: co-production catalogue from Wales’, produced by Public Health Wales and Co-production Wales, includes 21 cross-sector case studies, an explanation of what co-production is and isn’t and a pile of reports, tools and links.
In view of the debate in Scotland about making local government less remote, inspired in part by the report of the Commission on Strengthening Local Democracy, it is disappointing to see that plans to reduce the number of councils in … Continue reading
The Welsh Government is considering developing a Welsh law to help communities bid for, own and run assets transferred from the public and private sectors, such as halls, churches, playing fields, pubs and post offices. Alternative proposals include strengthening existing … Continue reading
In March, the Welsh Assembly voted for The Well-being of Future Generations Bill. The new Act sets a clear duty on public bodies to carry out sustainable development in everything they do. That means planning for the long term, not … Continue reading
The Welsh Government has added a section to its website providing guidance to help community groups who wish to take on the management of local facilities. Material includes a Community Asset Transfer checklist (see Practical Support).
‘All in this Together’, which works to support co-production in Wales, has a monthly newsletter , which is published each month. It includes a selection of resources and links related to co-production and beyond.