Co-production Catalogue from Wales

Co-production is an approach to public services based on equal and reciprocal relationships between professionals, people using services, their families and their communities. Where activities are co-produced in this way, both services and neighbourhoods become far more effective agents of change.

Interactive Catalogue

The Catalogue, produced by Public Health Wales and Co-production Wales, has three sections: Introduction, Case Studies, and Resources.

The ‘Seeing is Believing’ documents are interactive PDFs. The interactivity works in most web browsers, but we recommend you download the documents for the best experience.

Seeing is Believing - Co-production Case Studies from Wales
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Foreword and Introduction

This section explains how to use the catalogue, what it’s for and how it’s organised. It also provides an overview of the key principles behind co-production, along with some critical questions to help you think about how you might use this approach.


Case Studies

These offer a range of inspirational co-production initiatives, both established and emerging. All are based on an explicit commitment to the principles of co-production – equality, reciprocity and trust.

If you have any co-production case studies you would like to share, please contact us at 1000 Lives, Public Health Wales, using the form below.

Co-production Catalogue in Wales Case Studies


A selection of research reports, case studies, practical tools and websites organised under four inter-related headings:


Seeing is Believing workbook