This platform introduces “Stakeholder Engagement” as part of the overall risk governance process.
It includes a resource guide for developing and implementing science-based stakeholder involvement research, policy, strategies, and practices.
Its objective is to propose an annotated bibliography of existing manuals for stakeholder involvement. It is designed to help practitioners who wish to engage with stakeholders by giving them background information on the various perspectives and guiding them to the best available materials. This guidance has been inspired by the IRGC Risk Governance Framework.
- Introduction to the Resource Guide
- Expected Contributions: A Search Tool
- List of Manuals: An Annotated Bibliography
About IRGC – IRGC is a non-profit and independent foundation whose purpose is to help improve the understanding and governance of systemic risks that have impacts on human health and safety, on the environment, on the economy and on society at large.