Spread the Word – West Midlands next for Not Another Co-Production Project!

| Mel Parks

If you are in the West Midlands and you want to begin or develop work in co-production, apply by 29 August!

Following a brilliant first year full of ups, downs and lots of learning together in Manchester, we are ready to begin year two of our lottery funded three-year Not Another Co-Production project in partnership with People’s Voice Media.

We are on the hunt for at least 12 organisations across the West Midlands to partner with from autumn 2022 to summer 2023. 

If you are working with local residents, in a community organisation or are offering professional support/services – we can help you listen to the voices of your community and embed collaboration and co-production in the heart of your organisation. 

You’ll need to be open to challenge, fun and mess – and willing to put the work in – but we can promise an eye-opening and transformative journey that we’ll all take together. 

Participation is free, but there is a commitment of time to ensure you get the most out of the project. Read more here

Please complete this short expression of interest form by Monday 29 August to get involved. 


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