Stories of co-production

| Helen Sharp

Video Published by – New Economics Foundation

Date of publication – July 2011

This film was made by the New Economics Foundation in 2011. I’ve used it when introducing the concept of co-production to other professionals, especially commissioners because it shows them how co-production looks in practice through a series of interviews with some inspirational people.

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