Publications from Jam and Justice

This page provides a list of reports and other publications generated by the Jam & Justice project, with links to download PDF copies and/or read the reports online. Scroll down to find information from the different ARC projects.

The overarching report from this work is:

How can we co-produce the city? The promise and practices of co-production (60 pages, PDF download)

Beth Perry, Catherine Durose, Liz Richardson and the Action Research Collective
Greater Manchester: Creative Concern for Jam & Justice, July 2019.

From the ARC projects

This section covers the existing core reports from the projects co-initiated by Jam & Justice's Action Research Collective.
View additional information about these projects, including contact information for those involved.

An Inquiry into the Challenge of Care at Home (28 pages, PDF download)
Inquiry participants with Jez Hall, Amanda Preece, Jayne McFadyen, and Katie Finney. Greater Manchester: Shared Future CIC for Jam & Justice, Autumn 2018.

See also
The 12 Inquiry Recommendations (2 pages, PDF download)

Everyday Politics (28 pages, PDF download)
Aba Graham, Daniel Nkrumah, Saraswati Sinha, Elaine Unegbu, Jane Gregory, Nidhi Minocha, Pete Simms, Tony Wright and Steven Calver, with Catherine Durose, Dan Silver, Sarah Whitehead, Julie Asumu, and Amanda Bickerton.
Greater Manchester: Jam & Justice, December 2018.

GM Energy Futures 2020-2035: Municipal Energy Scenarios Explored (15 pages, PDF download)
Jonathan Atkinson, Britt Jurgensen and Hannah Knox, with Ben Aylott, Bertie Russell, Laura Williams, and Matt Fawcett.
Greater Manchester: Carbon Co-op and Energy Democracy GM for Jam & Justice with assistance from the Seedbed Trust. March 2018.

Life Lessons (8 pages, PDF download)
The Jam and Justice Group.
Greater Manchester: The Children’s Society and Jam & Justice, March 2019.

See also:
Life Lessons: Technical Appendix (4 pages, PDF download)
Dan Silver, Suraya Skelland, Natalie Hindson, Joanne Hunt, Paul Maher, and Beth Perry.
Sheffield: Jam & Justice, March 2019.

People’s Procurement: Jam & Justice: co-producing urban governance for social innovation (28 pages, PDF download)
Greater Manchester: CLES, October 2018.

Space in Common: Key Messages (8 pages, PDF download)
Sheffield: The Democratic Society and Jam & Justice, July 2019.

Testing the 21st Century Councillor Framework: Full report (28 pages, PDF download)
Sheffield: North West Employers and Jam & Justice, July 2019.

See also:
Summary of recommendations (Testing the 21st Century Councillor Framework) (2 pages, PDF download)
Sheffield: North West Employers and Jam & Justice, July 2019.

Councillors and Communities (overview) (4 pages, PDF download)
Jam & Justice and North West Employers
Sheffield: Jam & Justice, March 2019.

Transform GM: A Pilot Study of the Social & Solidarity Economy in Greater Manchester (36 pages, PDF download)
Bertie Russell and Benjamin Lear.
Greater Manchester: Jam & Justice, January 2019.

 

General publications

The following publications represent outputs from the wider Jam and Justice project:

Co-production in action (4 pages, PDF download)
The Action Research Collective

Co-producing the City (8 pages, PDF download)
Beth Perry, Bert Russell, Catherine Durose, Liz Richardson, Alex Whinnom, and ARC participants. In Impact, February 2019, pp. 43-40.

Craft Metrics to Value Co-Production (2 pages, read online)
Catherine Durose, Liz Richardson, and Beth Perry.
Nature 562, pp. 32-33 (2018).

How social innovation can support citizen participation (2 pages, read online)
Beth Perry, Catherine Durose and Liz Richardson.
Open Access Government, June 2019.

A separate list of academic outputs (e.g. peer-reviewed journal articles) is available on request.