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5th International Disaster and Risk Conference IDRC 2014 Integrative Risk Management - The role of science, technology & practice 24-28 August 2014 in Davos, Switzerland

5th International Disaster and Risk Conference IDRC 2014 Integrative Risk Management - The role of science, technology & practice 24-28 August 2014 in Davos, Switzerland

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  • 1. The Role of Government: in Disaster Management Invited Paper Davos 2014 Ortwin Renn Stuttgart University and DIALOGIK gemeinnützige GmbH
  • 2. Efficiency Acceptance Fairness Effectiveness Legitimacy Mediation Participation Four Basic (Sub)systems and their Means of Dealing with Conflicts
  • 3. Crucial Questions for Involvement  Inclusion Who: stakeholders, scientists, public(s) What: options, policies, scenarios, frames, preferences Scope: multi-level governance (vertical and horizontal) Scale: space, time period, future generations  Closure What counts: acceptable evidence What is more convincing: competition of arguments What option is selected: decision making rule (consensus, compromise, voting)
  • 4. Risk Governance Process Deciding Understanding Pre-Assessment Management Communication Appraisal Characterisation and Evaluation
  • 5. STAKEHOLDER INVOLVEMENT Scientists/ Researchers Affected stakeholders « Civil society » Scientists/ Researchers Affected stakeholders Scientists/ Researchers Agency Staff Agency Staff Agency Staff Epistemic Use experts to find valid, reliable and relevant knowledge about the risk Complexity Reflective Involve all affected stakeholders to collectively decide best way forward Uncertainty Participative Include all actors so as to expose, accept, discuss and resolve differences Ambiguity Agency Staff Instrumental Find the most cost-effective way to make the risk acceptable or tolerable Simple Actors Type of participation Dominant risk characteristic As the level of knowledge changes, so also will the type of participation need to change August 2007 Introducing the IRGC’s Risk Governance Framework 5 ½ 41
  • 6. STAKEHOLDER INVOLVEMENT Scientists/ Researchers Affected stakeholders « Civil society » Scientists/ Researchers Affected stakeholders Scientists/ Researchers Agency Staff Agency Staff Agency Staff Epistemic Use experts to find valid, reliable and relevant knowledge about the risk Complexity Reflective Involve all affected stakeholders to collectively decide best way forward Uncertainty Participative Include all actors so as to expose, accept, discuss and resolve differences Ambiguity Agency Staff Instrumental Find the most cost-effective way to make the risk acceptable or tolerable Simple Actors Type of participation Dominant risk characteristic As the level of knowledge changes, so also will the type of participation need to change August 2007 Introducing the IRGC’s Risk Governance Framework 5 ½ 41

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