Shifting the power….. are we ready to embrace the potential of co-production?

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Co-production is a way of working together across the community to inform and improve services, which at its most powerful, can shift power relations and transform communities.
Dr Sarah Pollock outlines the conditions that must prevail for this to occur and poses the question: are community members, organisations and governments ready to embrace this shift?

 

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