The co-production pioneer died in 2011. This is my tribute to her (June 2012).
Speech at the Scottish Parliament during the NESTA co-production roadshow – and what co-production means (January 2011).
What policies might make co-production the default position for all public services? (NESTA, July 2010). See also my speech at the launch.
Six stories from the frontline of co-production, as it emerges in the UK (NESTA, April 2010). See also Guardian blog (19 April 2010).
An outline of the most important public service reform since Beveridge (NESTA, December 2009). See also radio interview on Today programme (BBC, 15 Dec 2009).
Why we need to go a good deal further than personal budgets (Guardian, July 2008).
What co-production is, and – more importantly – what it isn’t. (nef, July 2008).
The Joseph Rowntree Foundation report into the first major UK study of co-production among people outside paid work (JRF, June 2006).
Three essays exploring co-production in volunteering, heath and elder care. (nef, February 2006).
A background briefing (Time Banks UK, 2005).
The rise of co-production and what it means (New Statesman, 2004).
Speech about the future of volunteering (Centre for Reform, 2004).
How to make the NHS more human and more effective, and why this is urgent (New Economics Foundation, 2004).
Exploring Co-production (link not yet available)
Sarah Burns’ ground-breaking look at co-production around the world.
What would it mean to roll out time banks everywhere (New Economics Foundation, July 2001).
Edgar Cahn’s own website.