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House of Lords: People Powered Recovery

The All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Dual Diagnosis and Complex Needs invited network members to attend the launch of the People Powered Recovery report on the 22nd January 2018. This report is the summation of evidence collected by the APPG on Social Action – something that the NECG and Fulfilling Lives projects contributed to. A copy of our initial evidence submission can be found here: APPG Social Action v1.0. Robert Eagle, Beneficiary Ambassador at Opportunity Nottingham, was originally involved inRead More …

Resources on Co-Production and Lived Experience

The Clinks Service User Involvement Managers’ Network has recently circulated a number of useful resources on co-production and lived experience. Please see below to access these. The value of lived experience in social change Recommended by Tom Lawson, CEO of Leap Confronting Conflict, at our recent event on involving service users in governance, this research report by Baljeet Sandhu examines how the UK social sector values and cultivates the work of people with lived experience in leading social change. ItRead More …

Criminal Justice Forum & How to make social investment work for you

On the 6th December 4 NECG members attended an event hosted by Clinks in Manchester. The day was split into two – in the morning the focus was on the Criminal Justice Forum. This provided an array of speakers who talked about how organisations can engage and work better with police and crime commissioners. In the afternoon the event focused on examples of using Social Investment funding to help individuals with lived experience of offending get back into employment. TheRead More …