Co-production & participation

Co-production with people who access our services and who have lived experience of an issue is a priority for the British Red Cross. We use it when we design, deliver and evaluation our services.

These resources show how specific co-production projects have promoted greater accountability to the communities we serve and have been strengthened by the contributions of people with relevant lived experience.

By making them available, we hope to encourage the ongoing exchange of best practices across National Societies.

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29 June 2019

Involving people with lived experience in training for British Red Cross staff or volunteers

Type:

Case Study

Organisation:

British Red Cross

A co-production case study produced by the British Red Cross about the benefits of ‘Involving people with lived experience in training for Red Cross staff or volunteers’, so service users can have an impact on BRC activities.

  • Communication
  • Feedback
  • Participation

29 June 2019

Co-production case study refugee support in Derby

Type:

Case Study

Organisation:

British Red Cross

A co-production case study produced by the British Red Cross in Derby, outlining its approach to evaluating integration services for refugees and asylum-seekers.

  • Asylum seekers
  • Information as aid

29 June 2019

Innovation and co-production case study

Type:

Case Study

Organisation:

British Red Cross

A co-production case study produced by the British Red Cross as part of the AVAIL project, which works towards integrating refugees and asylum seekers through participatory, peer and community approaches.

  • Asylum seekers
  • Information as aid