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2nd Draft Project Report, April 2001

Multi-Stakeholder Processes. A Methodological Framework

Acknowledgements

Part I 

Executive Summary

Principles of Stakeholder Participation and Collaboration

Step-by-step Guide to Designing Multi-stakeholder Processes (MSPs)
1. Context
2. Framing
3. Inputs
4. Dialogue / Meetings
5. Outputs
6. Throughout the Process

Part II
1. Introduction
Part III: Building Blocks for Suggesting a Framework for Designing MSPs

2. Goals of Multi-stakeholder Processes

3. Multi-stakeholder Processes in the Context of Global Governance Debate / Reform

4. Multi-stakeholder Communication: Clarification of Terms

5. Different Types of MSPs
5.1. Scope
5.2. Level
5.3. Diversity

6. Values & Ideologies: Key Aspects of MSPs 
6.1. First-tier Concepts: Fundamental Values of MSPs 
6.2. Second-tier Concepts: Derived Concepts & Strategies

7. Overview of Relevant Scientific Research

8. Examples of Multi-stakeholder Processes
8.1. Overview of Examples
8.2. Reported Problems and Conclusions

Part IV Designing Multi-stakeholder Processes

9. Designing a Multi-stakeholder Process: Issues & Questions to be Addressed
9.1. Context
9.2. Framing
9.3. Inputs
9.4. Dialogue / Meetings
9.5. Outputs
9.6. Throughout the Process
9.7. A Concluding Comment

Part V Annexes

References

Annex I Examples No. 1 20

Annex II Methodology of the Project

Annex III Glossary

Annex IV Acronyms

Annex V Contributors

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