Get Yourself Active Co-production Q&A Session

Get Yourself Active Co-production Q&A Session

On Wednesday 5th August at 2pm, Get Yourself Active are hosting a Co-production Q&A session as a way to finish off our speedy co-production series that we have been running over the last 2 months.

Our webinars have covered a range of important topics all to do with co-production.  The aim of these sessions has been to support more organisations in both the sport sector and disability sector to understand the basics of co-production, as well as sharing good practice on effectively embedding co-production into practice.

Because of the short nature of our webinars, we haven’t yet had the opportunity to answer any questions, so we have decided to host this session as a way of answering further questions and  discussing topics we may not have covered as part of our series.

As part of this Q&A session we will be welcoming panellists to answer some of your questions, who you may be recognise because they have hosted some of the sessions that have taken place over the last couple of months. As part of our panel we have Kamran Mallick, CEO of Disability Rights UK, who led our session on the social model of disability. We also have Sue Bott, programme manager of the DRILL programme, who hosted a session on the history of co-production. And lastly Evan Odell, a researcher from Disability Rights UK, who hosted a session on the principles of co-production.

If you have any questions you would like answering on the day, please ask these in the registration form when booking, or email lydia.bone@disabilityrightsuk.org.

Book your place on the Q&A session here