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This toolkit has been prepared in partnership between Anawim Birmingham’s Centre for Women and Erica Bowen, Rosie Erol and Helen Scott from the University of Worcester with the aim to support partnerships between organisations and service users to influence policy and improve service delivery. It discusses how successfully engaging service users in these processes needs effective planning, management and review, with one approach being to employ a Service User involvement Worker.

Read the full report here: Women’s Involvement Worker Toolkit: learning from experience at Anawim

We’d like to thank Barrow Cadbury for funding this research and Women’s Involvement Worker roles over a number of years.