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Co-production in practice. David Wolff, Director Cupp Paul Bramwell Community partner. Community university partnership programme - Aims. Ensure that the University's resources (intellectual and physical) are available to, informed by and used by its local and sub-regional communities

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co production in practice

Co-production in practice

David Wolff, Director Cupp

Paul Bramwell Community partner

community university partnership programme aims
Community university partnership programme - Aims
  • Ensure that the University's resources (intellectual and physical) are available to, informed by and used by its local and sub-regional communities
  • Enhance the community's and University's capacity for engagement for mutual benefit
  • Ensure that Cupp’s resources are prioritised towards addressing inequalities within our local communities
cupp snapshot 2003 2013
Cupp snapshot 2003-2013
  • Helpdesk - 1810 enquiries from community organisations
  • 3000 plus students involved in community projects as part of study
  • 121 community knowledge exchange partnership projects funded – involving 533 project partners
  • A dozen active communities of practice (for example: deaf community, young people and resilience, lesbian and gay community)
  • Structured links with community organisations through co-ownership of governance, co-delivery of projects, co-production of research
social innovation
Social innovation
  • “a new idea that works in meeting social goals” (Mulgan, 2006)
  • Or, “social innovation is a process of change emerging from the creative re-combination of existing assets (from social capital to historical heritage, from traditional craftsmanship to accessible advanced technology), which aims to achieve socially recognized goals in a new way” (Manzini 2007)
  • Social innovation can be top-down, bottom up or hybrid (Manzini 2007)
community of practice
Community of Practice

Etienne Wenger:

“Communities of practice are groups of people who share a

concern or a passion for something they do and learn how

to do it better as they interact regularly.” ( http://wenger-trayner.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/06-Brief-introduction-to-communities-of-practice.pdf, 2013 )

See also mobilising knowledge in community-university partnerships: what does a community of practice contribute?

Hart, Davies, Aumann, Wenger, Aranda, Heaver, Wolff

(www.tandfonline.com/loi/rsoc21)

co production definition and good practice
Co-production: definition and good practice

Production characterised by co-ownership throughout a process. Power to establish design, deliver a project and disseminate results is shared between researcher and user/practitioner; governmental or private authority and community:

  • Aspire to equitable partnerships .
  • Develop joint goals and arrangements with partners in project governance, design, delivery, evaluation and dissemination.
  • Establish a shared language – a process not an event requiring considerable attention.
  • Complex entities (e.g. the ‘community’) should not be treated as if they are homogenous
  • Consider the needs of marginalised and excluded partners as well as the mainstream and well resourced.
  • A long term vision is likely to be required, even if only short term resource can be identified.

See Hart, A. and Wolff, D. (2006) Developing local "Communities of Practice" through local Community-University Partnerships, Planning Practice & Research 21 (1) 121-138.

co production in practice paul bramwell community partner
Co-production in practice-Paul Bramwell community partner
  • Cupp Steering Group: co-governance in action
  • Community knowledge exchange: Post graduate qualification for voluntary sector managers
  • Dialogue 50/50 – policy work in the city
  • Taking account – economic and social audit of the voluntary sector
  • Practitioner-teacher-researcher: moving towards beyond co-production?
contact and follow up
Contact and follow up
  • Cupp network. For news and discussion, free to join but need to register:
  • www.cuppcop.ning.com

Cupp website – details of our work and sign up for email newsletter:

www.brighton.ac.uk/cupp