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These guidelines were a working instrument for use in conducting and moderating the DESIRE WB3 Stakeholder Workshop 2. The methodology was developed by the Centre for Development and Environment (CDE). It is based on experiences from the  "Learning for sustainability (L4S)" (link expired) methodology and the  WOCAT methodology.


1. Guidelines for Stakeholder Workshop 2: Selection and decision on prevention and mitigation strategies to be implemented

 

Content:
  • Introduction to the workshop guidelines
  • Overview on the programme of Stakeholder Workshop
  • Preparatory work of the moderator(s) prior to the workshop

 

The workshop - steps

  • Introduction to the workshop
  • Step 1: Review and adjustment of objectives
  • Step 2: Identification of options
  • Step 3: Identification of relevant criteria for evaluation
  • Step 4: Scoring the options
  • Step 5: Creating a hierarchy and ranking criteria
  • Step 6: Analysis and interpretation
  • Step 7: Prioritising of options - negotiation and decision making
  • Step 8: Embedding into the overall strategy
  • Evaluation and closure of the workshop

Annex 1: Report Format

 

2. Workshop support material

A variety of additional material (Facilitator software, database) is provided to support the workshops and the exercises. These are an essential to the workshop.

 

 

More details ... download the full Guidelines, Facilitator software and database

iconWP3.3 Stakeholder Workshop 2: Guidelines [1.86 MB]

iconWP3.3 Stakeholder Workshop 2: Facilitator software [3.65 MB]

If Java is not available on your computer you should also download

iconWP3.3 Java runtime environment for Facilitator software [14.27 MB]

 WOCAT database online

 
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