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Feast on Good // Co-production to strengthen community resilience
Feast on Good // Co-production to strengthen community resilience
Feast on Good // Co-production to strengthen community resilience
Feast on Good // Co-production to strengthen community resilience
Feast on Good // Co-production to strengthen community resilience
Feast on Good // Co-production to strengthen community resilience
Feast on Good // Co-production to strengthen community resilience
Feast on Good // Co-production to strengthen community resilience
Feast on Good // Co-production to strengthen community resilience
Feast on Good // Co-production to strengthen community resilience
Feast on Good // Co-production to strengthen community resilience
Feast on Good // Co-production to strengthen community resilience
Feast on Good // Co-production to strengthen community resilience
Feast on Good // Co-production to strengthen community resilience
Feast on Good // Co-production to strengthen community resilience
Feast on Good // Co-production to strengthen community resilience
Feast on Good // Co-production to strengthen community resilience
Feast on Good // Co-production to strengthen community resilience
Feast on Good // Co-production to strengthen community resilience
Feast on Good // Co-production to strengthen community resilience
Feast on Good // Co-production to strengthen community resilience
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  • 1. FEAST ON GOOD // GATHER 04.30.14 PRESENTATION BY: SATSUKO VANANTWERP STRENGTHENING COMMUNITY THROUGH CO-PRODUCTION
  • 2. AWESOME HAIRCUTS & COPROD
  • 3. BOTH OF YOU CONTRIBUTE // OUTCOMES TAILORED TO YOUR NEEDS // FEEL HEARD & EMPOWERED //
  • 4. CO-PRODUCTION an approach to public services where both “experts” and “customers” must work together for the service to work
  • 5. in order to… STRENGTHEN WELLBEING AND THE SOCIAL FABRIC WITHIN COMMUNITIES
  • 6. ⇓        &          ⇑   TOP DOWN BOTTOM UP TRAINING and THEORY LIVED EXPERIENCE
  • 7. COERCING CONSULTING INFORMING EDUCATING ENGAGING CO-DESIGNING CO-PRODUCING DOINGTODOINGFORDOINGWITH LADDER OF PARTICIPATION SOURCE: NEW ECONOMICS FOUNDATION
  • 8. ⇓        &          ⇑   “EXPERTS” MUST LET GO OF SOME POWER AND CONTROL “CUSTOMERS” SHIFT FROM PASSIVE RECIPIENT TO ACTIVE PARTICIPANT TOP DOWN BOTTOM UP
  • 9. FREDERICIA MODEL
  • 10. IMAGE c/o MINDLAB
  • 11. “WHAT WOULD YOU LIKE TO BE ABLE TO DO AGAIN?”
  • 12. OTHER EXAMPLES MEREVALE HOUSE (UK) LOTTE HOUSE (DK) BABA YAGA’S HOUSE (FR & CA) TYZE NETWORK (CA) FUREAI KIPPU / CARING RELATIONSHIP TICKETS (JP) TIMEBANKS & CARE BANKS (UK & US)
  • 13. GOVERNMENTS: SAVE MONEY, BOTH IMMEDIATELY & PREVENTATIVELY CITIZENS: SERVICES ARE RESPONSIVE TO NEEDS, BETTER OUTCOMES, EMPOWERING SERVICE PROVIDERS: ENABLED TO DO MORE OF WHAT YOU WERE TRAINED TO DO
  • 14. FAQ WHEN DOES IT WORK? IS THIS INNOVATIVE? DOWNLOADING ON COMMUNITIES? WHAT ABOUT MY JOB? HOW DOES IT DIFFER FROM COLLABORATIVE CONSUMPTION?
  • 15. THANK YOU! thinkthrice.ca/coproduction satsuko@sigeneration.ca @sats_ko
  • 16. APPENDIX
  • 17. FUREAI KIPPU KOBE TOKYO
  • 18. “THE NATURE OF THE RELATIONSHIP IS DIFFERENT”
  • 19. MEREVALE HOUSE
  • 20. “WE SEE THE PERSON, NOT THE DEMENTIA”

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