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The first and second drafts of the developed methodological framework for multi-stakeholder processes shall be sent to the following stakeholder representatives, networks and individuals for comments:

UNED Forum International Advisory Board (

Project Partners (UNED Forum International team & project consultants; Novartis (Switzerland); BP Amoco; Ford Foundation)

Representatives involved in the examples studied

UN representatives

Government representatives

Academic experts

Workshop participants



Contributors, commentators, interviewees 

[ as of 9 April 2001 ]

We thank everybody who has contributed to the present report.

Listed below are all those who have contributed to various parts of the document providing information abut the examples studied, input into the review of scientific research, the discussions on values and ideology, commenting on the draft report, etc.

This does not imply any kind of endorsement of the present document, neither by the persons listed nor by their organisations.


Ahmad Fawzi, Director, UN Information Centre, London, UK

Alex Wilks, Bretton Woods Project, London

Alison Crowther, The Environment Council, UK

Amina Adam, UN Division for the Advancement of Women

Andreas Seiter, Novartis, Switzerland

Antares Numi*On, Magick River, Malaysia

Barry Coates, WDM, UK

Barry Dalal-Clayton, International Institute for Environment and Developmet IIED, UK

Bill Gellerman, Communication Coordinating Committee for the UN

Chris Church, The Northern Alliance for Sustainability / ANPED, The Netherlands

Danielle Morley, UNED Forum

David Taylor, New Zealand Government

Denise O'Brien, UN Global Compact Unit

Dieter Beck, Public Administration Research Institute, Speyer, Germany

Erich Witte, University of Hamburg, Germany

Federica Pietracci, UN DESA Finance for Development Secretariat

Felix Dodds, UNED Forum

Frank McShane, International Institute for Environment and Developmet IIED, UK

Gino Van-Begin, ICLEI Europe

Gordon Shepherd, WWF International, Switzerland

Harsh Jaitli, Society For Participatory Research in Asia (PRIA), New Delhi, India

J. Gary Lawrence, Sustainable Strategies & Solutions Inc., USA

Jack Wheelan, ICC

James Workman, World Commission on Dams, Capetown, South Africa

Jan McHarry, UNED Forum, UK

Jan-Gustav Strandenaes, UNED Forum, Norway

Jasmin Enayati, UNED Forum, UK

Jeffrey Barber, Integrated Strategies Forum / SPAC Caucus / TOBI, Washington

Jeremy Wates, UN ECE

John Hill, TXU Europe

John Mitchell, World Bank

Josephine Pradella, WI Sustainable Futures Network

Juliette Majot, International Rivers Network (IRN)

June Zeitlin, WEDO, New York

Kai Sassenberg, Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany

Kaspar Eigenmann, Novartis, Switzerland

Kevin Dunion, Friends of the Earth Scotland

Klaus Jonas, Technical University Chemnitz, Germany

Lorena San Roman, Latin America and Caribbean Programme Coordinator, The Earth Council, Costa Rica

Lucien Royer, International Confederation of Free Trade Unions ICFTU

Malcolm Harper, United Nations Associations of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (UNA-UK), London

Mara Silina, European Environment Bureau EEB

Marc Bacon, UK Government Department of Environment, Transport and the Regions DETR

Marie Samuel, Yachay Wasi, NYC & Cuzco, Peru

Maria Lourdes Lesquite, Novartis, Switzerland

Maryanne Grieg-Gran, International Institute for Environment and Developmet IIED, UK

Megan Howell

Michael Edwards, The Ford Foundation

Mike Kelly, KPMG, UK 

Minu Hemmati, UNED Forum

Nader Farahwaschy, Free University of Berlin, Germany

Navid Hanif, Permanent Mission of Pakistan to the United Nations

Navroz Dubash, World Resources Institute, Washington

Nazila Ghanea-Hercock, Institute of Commonwealth Studies, University of London, UK

Nicky Nzioki, Cohort For Research on Environment, Urban Management and Human Settlements (CREUMHS), Nairobi, Kenya

Nigel Cross, IIED, UK

Norma Bubier, Durrell Institute for Conservation & Ecology, UK

Oswald Neuberger, University of Augsburg, Germany

Patrick McCully, International Rivers Network, USA

Paul Clements-Hunt, UNEP Europe, Switzerland

Paul Hohnen, Former Director of Greenpeace International and Advisor to International NGOs, Organisations and Corporations

Paul Markowitz, Institute for Sustainable Communities, USA

Paul Whiffen, Tearfund, UK

Peter Kearns, OECD

Peter Sanders, United Nations Association of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

Philippine Institute of Alternative Futures (Secretariat to the Philippine Council for Sustainable Development)

Richard Sandbrook, Mining, Minerals and Sustainable Development MMSD

Rob Graff, Global Reporting Initiative

Robert Goodland, World Bank

Robert Massie, Global Reporting Initiative, USA

Rosalie Gardiner, UNED Forum

Rosemarie Mielke, Universiy of Hamburg, Germany

Stephanie Hanford, WBCSD

Suzannah Lansdell, The Environment Council, UK

Toby Middleton, UNED Forum

Thomas Forster, CSD NGO Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems Caucus

Ulrich Gebhard, University of Hamburg, Germany


Responsibility and rights for publication for the contents of the report & suggested framework lie with all project partners independently.


Contact Minu Hemmati and Felix Dodds for further information.