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Co-Production

Coproduction is the name for the process by which improved outcomes are produced by the collaboration of different people, with different perspectives. Often it refers to the process by which citizens and professionals can come together to develop personal plans.


The publisher is The Centre for Welfare Reform.

Graphic on Co-Production © Simon Duffy 2009.

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