Exploring meaningful co-production and service user involvement with Peer Power Youth

10/12/2022 15:30 - 16:30

This workshop will explore the work of empathy led social justice charity Peer Power Youth, their peer led co-production work connecting and supporting children and young people with experience of trauma and adversity, and how they influence tangible system change in justice, social care and health agencies.

This participatory workshop will explore meaningful co-production, empathy and ethics around storytelling and lived experience, and will include recent work at the charity, in co-designing their approach to safeguarding working in partnership with young people

Learning outcomes:

  • Learn about empathy, ethics and meaningful co-production in system change.
  • Consider and share their local area approaches to partnership with children and families.
  • Learn about a co-designed approach to safeguarding young people.

Anne-Marie Douglas, founder and CEO, Peer Power Youth

Lisa Lovell, senior youth engagement coordinator, Peer Power Youth

Sharon Davidson (1), Co-Chair, national Principal Child and Family Social Worker Network

Aaliyah Fozol, peer engagement worker, Peer Power Youth