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The book, developed on the basis of the project report, comments from a large number of colleagues and discussions at the workshop, will be published in January 2002 with Earthscan, London. Copyright of the text lies with UNED Forum & Earthscan.

Feel free to use the document. However, please don't forget to acknowledge the source & copyright - and let us know if you find it useful and how you're using it. We're keen to know!
Contact Minu Hemmati at minush@aol.com.

 


Multi-Stakeholder Processes for Governance and Sustainability
- Beyond Deadlock and Conflict

By Minu Hemmati 

with contributions from Felix Dodds, Jasmin Enayati & Jan McHarry

London, Earthscan 2001

 

Contents [ download in PDF ]

 

Table of Contents [68 KB]
List of Figures, Tables and Boxes
About the Authors
Acknowledgements
Glossary, Acronyms and Abbreviations
A Call to Readers

 

1. Introduction [76 KB]
Where We Are
One Step Beyond
An Eclectic Approach
Nothing New?
The Book

 

Part I Building Blocks

2. Terms, Variety and Goals [78 KB]
Clarification of Terms
A Variety of Processes
The Goals

3. The Context: Multi-stakeholder Processes and Global Governance (by Felix Dodds) [78 KB]
Impact of UN Reform Packages
The Role of the CSD in Evolving Change
UNAIDS
The Future

4. The Concepts: Key Values and Ideologies of MSPs
Fundamental Values
[169 KB]
Derived Concepts and Strategies

5. The Research: Effective Communication and Decision-making in Diverse Groups (by Jasmin Enayati) [117 KB]
Introduction
Overview of Findings
Conclusions

6. The Practice: Examples of Multi-stakeholder Processes
Overview
[471 KB]
Reported Problems and Conclusions
Twenty Examples

 

Part II How to Do It

7. Designing MSPs: A Detailed Guide [212 KB]
Some General Considerations
Context
Framing
Inputs
Dialogue / Meetings
Outputs
Throughout the Process

8. The Short-Cut [62 KB]
Principles of Stakeholder Involvement and Partnership
A Checklist for MSP Designers

 

9. Conclusion: More than One Step Beyond - What Next? [27 KB]

 

Appendix I Methodology of the Project [37KB]

Appendix II Contributors, Commentators and Interviewees [27 KB]

Appendix III UNED Forum [18 KB]

References [145 KB]

Notes [68 KB]

Index [39 KB]


 

Contact Minu Hemmati and Felix Dodds for further information.