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Co-Creation in Theory and PracticeExploring Creativity in the Global North and South$
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Christina Horvath and Juliet Carpenter

Print publication date: 2020

Print ISBN-13: 9781447353959

Published to Policy Press Scholarship Online: May 2021

DOI: 10.1332/policypress/9781447353959.001.0001

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Conclusion: lessons, implications and recommendations

Conclusion: lessons, implications and recommendations

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(p.291) 18 Conclusion: lessons, implications and recommendations
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Co-Creation in Theory and Practice
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Christina Horvath

Juliet Carpenter

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Policy Press
DOI:10.1332/policypress/9781447353959.003.0018

The conclusion reflects on the different approaches that researchers, activists, practitioners and artists from the Global North and South have developed to Co-Creation. It identifies key themes emerging from to previous chapters’ contributions to conceptualisation of Co-Creation in theory and practice. These include the approach’s core objectives, relations to power holders and the state, the management of power relations within Co-Creation, the different roles and positionalities participants can take, the different processes of knowledge production and their tangible and intangible outcomes, space and place that enable Co-Creative processes and are produced by them, the methodology’s impact on communities and the challenges to evaluate and measure it and contexts in which Co-Creation can be an effective method. The authors highlight new, emerging directions for further investigation, which could include exploration of different positionalities and their impact on Co-Creation processes, and qualitative evaluation of the impacts taking into account the methods developed by the epistemologies of the South. The chapter ends with a series of practical recommendations for activists, researchers, artists, and practitioners interested in pursuing Co-Creation initiatives.

Keywords:   Approach, Positionality, Power, State, space, strategy, impact

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