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Acknowledgments & Introduction


Multi-Stakeholder Processes. A Methodological Framework
Minu Hemmati, UNED Forum

Multi-Stakeholder Processes: Why, and Where Next?
Paul Hohnen, Former Director Greenpeace International and Advisor to international NGOs, organisations and corporations

Innovation in Governance. The Role of Global Public Policy Networks
Jan Martin Witte & Thorsten Benner, Global Public Policy Project

Bio-Society Issues and Related Processes
Andreas Seiter, Novartis (Switzerland)

You Have Been Consulted! Climate Change Multi-Stakeholder Processes in South Africa
Richard Sherman, EarthLife South Africa

The World Commission on Dams
Saneeya Hussain, World Commission on Dams

Break-out groups

Group 1: Biodiversity, Bio-Prospecting and Access to Health

Group 2: Natural Resources Extraction at Local / Sub-national Levels (Energy Resources)

Group 3: Bio-Society Issues at the Global Level

Group 4: Global Energy Policies

Group 5: Water & Energy: Policy Development and Decision-Making on Large Dams

Co-Chairs’ Summary

Annex I  MSP Workshop Programme

Annex II MSP Workshop Participants

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