The impact of coronavirus has made inequalities more visible than ever, but these inequalities aren’t new. Building a fairer society will require radically new approaches to address entrenched structural inequality and oppression.
Co-production has the potential to centre the voices of marginalised communities in decision making. But without proactive work to build trust and engage people who are seldom heard, there is a risk that co-production can actually reproduce existing power dynamics and inequalities.
This session will bring together co-production practitioners from VCSE and statutory sectors to share practical ideas and challenges around inclusion and diversity in co-production.
The workshop will be facilitated by Mark Nesbitt, director of The Urban Fitness Collective
The session will run from 10.30-11.30, followed by a virtual 30 minute coffee break to give us a chance to meet and chat.
To book your place, please click on the 'Register Now' box at the top or bottom of this page
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