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- Week 2
- Learning outcomes
- 2.1 Transforming public services
- 2.2 Co-production in Scotland
- 2.3 Community capacity
- 2.4 The importance of networks
- 2.5 The benefits of social capital
- 2.6 Real wealth
- 2.7 Real wealth in Scotland
- 2.8 The components of co-production
- 2.9 Co-production in practice
- 2.10 The challenges of co-production
- 2.11 Co-production and self-directed support
- 2.12 Summary of key points from Section 2
- 2.13 Investigative task
- 2.14 Looking forward to Section 3
- Current section: References
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