Stakeholder Mapping Influence Matrix

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GDNet-AERC Policy Brief Training Workshop
June 6-8, 2014
Accra, Ghana

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Stakeholder Mapping Influence Matrix

  1. 1. GDNet-AERC Policy Brief Training Workshop June 6-8, 2014 Accra, Ghana
  2. 2. Target Audience (A) Level of influence and (B) interest (High, medium and low) Influence explained Opportunities to engage Civil Society team, DFID A = Medium B= Medium Funder with high profile Post research case studies on DFID website, attend DFID funded conference on Women’s role in Civil Society, July 2014. Sam Marques, Women’s rights Argentina (WRA) (Think tank) A = High B = High Regularly invited to consult government Open to dialogue with research bodies and spoke to Sam Marques about project collaboration. Enrique Suarez, Department of Women’s affairs A = High B = Low Key decision maker A member of the advisory board for the programme with high level of interest in study. Aim to hold quarterly research briefs with Mr Suarez School of Civil Society, University of Buenos Aries A = Medium B = Low Leading academic institution, a number of senior researchers have policy role Present findings annually during School seminar series Clara Sebatal (Editor), Women’s Affairs Magazine A = Low/Medium (but potentially high) B = Low Popular issue-based Women’s magazine Speak to editor about submitting a feature about the research programme Project title: Improving the role of Women in civil society in Argentina (funded by DFID)
  3. 3. Task • Work in 3’s to complete your own influence matrix • Start by identifying your key stakeholders (do some research on the internet if you need to) (10-15 minutes) • Once you have added the stakeholders to the matrix think about the following questions in your groups: – How can I raise the level of awareness and interest among key stakeholders – How can I help raise the capacity of those with high interest but low influence? (e.g. encourage co-operation between those with high interest but low influence) – How will you put this into practice when you return to work? What basic steps can you take?

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