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  • Stakeholder Participation - For a Better Future | DLIST Benguela
    hub Burning issues Document library Image gallery Earthnotes Film Festival Discussion General discussions Show all groups Courses Cleaner Production Environmental Engineering Stakeholder Participation Stakeholder Participation Portuguese Contact us My Membership Log in Register an account View By term Stakeholder Participation For a Better Future Stakeholder Participation For a Better Future 64 Stakeholder Participation For a Better Future Group home You must register login in order to post into this group

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  • Module 5 recap | DLIST Benguela
    for example are often the types of groups who have less voice But there are also other contraints such as language differences time constraints and social structures in society For practioners it is good to know whether margenalised groups have spokepersons and to communicate in a language that they understand and by a means that they are familiar with You need to assure people especially those whose lives revolve around making a livelihood for their very survival that participating in workshops etc will not take them away from their livelihood activities in the end hopefully it will enhance their lives You can even offer some sort of compensation Nelson Mandela said If you talk to a man in a language he understands that goes to his head If you talk to a man in his language that goes to his heart Throughout this course we have seen the view of both sides how to be more active and involved stakeholders and how to be better facilitators To put forward a discussion would you not say that this course has helped to build your personal capacity as facilitator After all it has taught you to some extent how to identify stakeholders

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  • LAUREN@ECOAFRICA.CO.ZA | DLIST Benguela
    library Image gallery Earthnotes Film Festival Discussion General discussions Show all groups Courses Cleaner Production Environmental Engineering Stakeholder Participation Stakeholder Participation Portuguese Contact us My Membership Log in Register an account View CMF LAUREN ECOAFRICA CO ZA Personal Information Name

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  • Module 4 recap | DLIST Benguela
    involved in stakeholder participation will depend on a specific purpose And it is important to know the context of your purpose before you start planning how to do stakeholder participation Previous modules of the course should have already helped you to distinguish your own context 1 Define what you want to achieve what are your objectives This you dealt with in module 3 2 Define who your stakeholders are and what is their role in the project Who is your target audience This you dealt with in module 2 with the stakeholder analysis 3 Plan your means of communication What are the key messages for stakeholder and how will you communicate this with them This you dealt with in module 3a with engagement techniques In using these methods to plan your participation process you can then go back and measure whether the end product was a success by comparing them to your initial objectives You can look at attendence numbers turnout amount of feedback you received etc If you have done the initial steps right and planned well then at the end of the day if your stakeholder process was not what you expected it to be then it will be easy to trace your steps to see where you went wrong and to make improvements There is a useful table that can help you to draw up a communcation plan You can use this to put your plans into action work out timelines and costs involved I welcome any questions or comments Lauren Groups Stakeholder Participation For a Better Future Login or register to post comments Re Module 4 recap by verloppemariean 2010 06 02 14 05 a stakeholder can be an individual group or institution they include individuals communities and informal networks that has an interest or stake

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  • verloppemarieanne@yahoo.com | DLIST Benguela
    Earthnotes Film Festival Discussion General discussions Show all groups Courses Cleaner Production Environmental Engineering Stakeholder Participation Stakeholder Participation Portuguese Contact us My Membership Log in Register an account View CMF verloppemarieanne yahoo com Personal Information Name Marieanne Verloppe Organisation Le

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  • Module 3c - recap | DLIST Benguela
    SPP Course Sent Friday March 12 2010 11 27 AM Subject DLIST SPP COURSE Module 3c recap Hello All I hope you guys have had a good week Thanks to Joanna and Tuazaana for posting their responses to module 3b I know the volume of this module has been large but rest assured that modules 4 and 5 will not be as long Today I will recap the notes of Module 3c so that we can move on to Module 4 on Monday So after looking at the range of techniques that can be used to engage stakeholder in Module 3A and how to run a workshop in 3B Module 3C will discuss Strategic Communications Without effective communication there can be little understanding and cooperation between parties 1 What to Communicate and Why Not all information about a project or initiative will be related to a stakeholder But what is important to be shared with the stakeholder and why The answer to this lies in Module 2 where each of you should have done the stakeholder analysis and stakeholder table Through this analysis you would be able to identify who the stakeholder are what their interest in the project is what their potential impact on the project will be their influence in communities circles and networks and their importance in terms of the project This will help you identify what information needs to be shared with whom and why For example in the scenario the district authority is proposing the establishment of a Marine Protected Area in the region near 2 villages The protected are will include a no fishing zone a fishing zone where only sustainable fishing methods are allowed and a tourism zone Subsistence and artisanal fishers are therefore a recognized stakeholder They are of importance because they

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  • Module 3B recap | DLIST Benguela
    the notes to see if any of the techniques or how they are to be used that are not clear to you Think about what are the negative aspects of holding a workshop if there are any how would you run your workshop so as to ensure equal input from all stakeholder groups If any of you have been involved in a workshop then feel free to share your experiences of it with us Lauren Groups Stakeholder Participation For a Better Future Login or register to post comments Re Module 3B recap by basilia shivute 2010 05 20 15 38 As mentioned by Oriana and recap from Lauren workshops plays an instrumental role when planning for a specific projects They create a platform for different groups to engage and most importantly allow people to air their views and concerns However sometimes certain people might end up dominating the workshop and thus not giving a chance to other people The other shortfall is also some individuals might not be comfortable to contribute openly especially when dealing with a large audience Another challenge could be when you have a mixed audience for example elders and young people In some cultures especially when dealing with rural communities the young people might not be comfortable to speak out in the presence of their elders There are several ways one can overcome some of the challenges of running a workshop For example breaking up in small groups and have one representative from the group present the concerns The other way is also using cards where people can write their views on cards or sticky notes Applying these workshop techniques will allow you to get great input and also gives a chance to people who are not comfortable speaking in public who usually also have valuable input Ms Basilia Andoroone Shivute Researcher Consultant EcoAfrica Environmental Consultants Namibia P O Box 26532 Windhoek Namibia Tel 264 61 300153 Fax 264 61 400753 Cell 264 81 25 59570 Website www ecoafrica co za Original Message From Lauren mailto lauren ecoafrica co za Sent 20 May 2010 01 42 PM To SPP Course Subject DLIST SPP COURSE Module 3B recap Hi All Today I am going to recap Module 3b on running a workshop Module 3B Running a Workshop discusses the practicalities when planning or running a workshop A workshop is a technique often used to present information exchange and discuss views and evaluate options 1 What are the benefits of organising a workshop to present information to stakeholders and exchange views with them to expose the views of different stakeholder groups and provide an opportunity for discussion between them to plan activities evaluate options develop solutions and reach conclusions 2 Planning the workshop Important Steps First define clearly the objectives of the workshop There after it will be easier to decide on the issues that need to be covered and the methods to use to engage stakeholders Remember to pay attention to the language needs of the stakeholders

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  • Fwd: Re: Module 3B | DLIST Benguela
    za Julieta americano gmail com mwauragrace0 gmail com verloppemarieanne yahoo com oriana ecoafrica co za rackyalimpa gmail com Subject Module 3B Hi All I have attached the notes for Module 3b running a workshop Please let me know if you are unable to view the attachments Module 3B Running a Workshop discusses the practicalities when planning or running a workshop A workshop is a technique often used to present information exchange and discuss views and evaluate options The topics covered includes 1 What are the benefits of organising a workshop 2 Planning the workshop 3 Facilitation Techniques Read through the notes to see if any of the techniques or how they are to be used are not clear to you Think about what are the negative aspects of holding a workshop if there are any how would you run your workshop so as to ensure equal input from all stakeholder groups If any of you have been involved in a workshop then feel free to share your expereinces of it with us Please so not hesitate to let me know if anything is unclear We will deal with this module until next Tuesday then will continue on to the last part of Module 3 on strategic communication Regards Lauren Information from ESET NOD32 Antivirus version of virus signature database 5122 20100517 The message was checked by ESET NOD32 Antivirus http www eset com Information from ESET NOD32 Antivirus version of virus signature database 5132 20100520 The message was checked by ESET NOD32 Antivirus http www eset com End forwarded message Dear all In my opinion a workshop is a direct way to engage with stakeholder as the central goal of the Stakeholder Workshop is to explore the opinions and perspectives of stakeholders and experts in relation to a certain project It is a way to see who is interested and who can bring valuable input to the project and it improves the communication between those who are bringing the project to that area and the people who will be affected by the project When planning a workshop we must take in account that everybody needs to be present at least in the first session so we must develop good ways to get people coming such as good publicity bring important people like the mayor or someone from the government because that also gives confidence to the community Before the workshop people must know at least a little bit about the project we must introduce ourselves to the community and to a preliminary group that we think that is important to the project From this workshop we can have information that we must spread to everybody by for example sending back reports so they feel that we are serious and next time we organize a workshop or a meeting with stakeholders they will come In this workshop we must present the main objectives we must explain carefully our aims we must give to all the opportunity to talk and if necessary

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