Internal annotated table with relevant stakeholders within each case study

Elaine Azzopardi, Wesley Flannery, Katia Frangoudes, Carsten Jahn Hansen, Dimitra Mylona, Cristina Pita, Maili Roio, Hilde M. Toonen, Jordi Vegas Macias

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Resumé

The stakeholder register delivered in month 6 of the project (October 2018) was the first
deliverable from WP 6, Delivering Stakeholder Networks. This document is a revised and
updated version, which describes the stakeholder engagement process as it stands in
September 2019, month 16 of the project. Stakeholder engagement is an ongoing process
that has developed, and is expected to continue to develop, with the project itself. As we
build on earlier work and continue the case region specific work, engagement efforts will
extend to include new stakeholders as and when appropriate. In PERICLES we identify five
different groups of stakeholder: (i) policy makers and planners, (ii) individuals/ groups with
specific interest in cultural and natural heritage, (iii) citizens and local communities, (iv)
developers and (v) businesses and other actors exploiting cultural heritage. The
representation of each group within each case region relative to the others and the degree of
engagement will necessarily depend on local contexts.

PERICLES aims to take an inclusive approach and to achieve this, the sector within which each
stakeholder operates and the type of organisation they represent are also identified. In this
way, the register will serve as a tool to guide stakeholder engagement according to the
planned demonstrator projects while being representative of sectors relevant in each case
study region. This report shows that as to be expected, the cultural heritage sector is
dominant but that others such as policy, fisheries and tourism are also well quite well
represented. As each region is different, not all sectors identified across the project will
necessarily be represented in each case area. Identifying the type of organisation each
stakeholder represents will serve as an internal guide to ensure that efforts are being made to
engage stakeholders operating at multiple levels and scales.

Stakeholder engagement is an ongoing process therefore this document and the stakeholder
register are considered to be iterative documents that will develop alongside the project.
Ongoing critical analysis of the register will ensure that the project aims of inclusive and
democratic participation and of bringing stakeholder engagement into policy practice will be
met.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
Publikationsdato2019
Antal sider37
StatusUdgivet - 2019

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Azzopardi, E., Flannery, W., Frangoudes, K., Hansen, C. J., Mylona, D., Pita, C., ... Macias, J. V. (2019). Internal annotated table with relevant stakeholders within each case study.
Azzopardi, Elaine ; Flannery, Wesley ; Frangoudes, Katia ; Hansen, Carsten Jahn ; Mylona, Dimitra ; Pita, Cristina ; Roio, Maili ; Toonen, Hilde M. ; Macias, Jordi Vegas. / Internal annotated table with relevant stakeholders within each case study. 2019. 37 s.
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