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Ms ps in forest landscape restoration

  1. 1. Centre for Development Innovation Multi-Stakeholder Processes (MSPs) Herman Brouwer Webinar for Global Forest Landscape Restoration Network 17 november 2010 Centre for Development
  2. 2. Centre for Development Innovation 1. Welcome!
  3. 3. Centre for Development Innovation 2. Overview presentation  What are MSPs?  Why use MSPs in forest landscape restoration?  Characteristics of MSPs  Practical tips and insights on how to design and facilitate MSPs  Q&A, discussion
  4. 4. Centre for Development Innovation 3. A working definition of MSPs  Terminology: Stakeholder vs. Actor; Processes vs. Platforms vs. Networks vs. Change Strategies…  Current thinking on MSPs is informed by system theory and insights about complexity  Multi-Stakeholder processes are: “a part of governance in which different stakeholders are identified, usually through representatives, invited and assisted to interact in a deliberative forum that focuses on:  Sharing knowledge and perspectives  Generating and examining options  Informing and shaping negotiations and decisions (source: IUCN 2010)
  5. 5. Centre for Development Innovation 4. Characteristics of an MSP  To be used for ‘complex’ problems – which one stakeholder alone cannot solve  Involves a diversity of sectors and scales  Importance of building a shared understanding of the issue – respecting different perspectives  Credible convenors are key to the legitimacy of the MSP  High quality process facilitation needed to have enough deliberation for learning, and creating new options  Power and conflict should be recognized and incorporated in MSP design  Final goal must always be: producing workable recommendations for action
  6. 6. Centre for Development Innovation 5. What Multi-Stakeholder Processes do Function Goal Shared visioning Creating events that generate shared understanding and vision System organizing Bringing together an emerging system of diverse stakeholders to generate coherence in strategies Learning, research, capacity devt. Developing and disseminating new knowledge and tools with research, piloting new approaches, and training Measuring/certifying Developing indices, assessments, and/or certification processes Financing Combining forces to aggregate their impact and create a more efficient funding vehicle than any one could on their own Advocating Mobilizing voice and increasing pressure upon specific stakeholders who are blocking (actively or inactively) change Source: Steve Waddell (2010) www.networkingaction.net
  7. 7. Centre for Development Innovation 6. Timeframe and sequence of hypothetical MSP Source: IUCN (2010) Negotiate
  8. 8. Centre for Development Innovation 7. Example: Tool for mapping stakeholder interests in FLR Source: Natasha de Bats, Marcus Granz, Madelon Lohbeck, Lotty Nijhuis and Rinchen Yangzom - Wageningen UR, the Netherlands, 2010.
  9. 9. Centre for Development Innovation 8. More resources on MSPs  Resource portal on MSPs of Wageningen CDI http://portals.wi.wur.nl/msp  IUCN (2010) Negotiate: Reaching agreements over water. John Dore et al. www.iucn.org/about/work/programmes/water/resources/toolkits/?4912/Negotiate--reaching-agreements-over-water  FAO (2005) Negotiation and mediation techniques or natural resource management. Antonia Engel, Benedikt Korf. www.fao.org/docrep/008/a0032e/a0032e00.HTM
  10. 10. Centre for Development Innovation 8. More resources on MSPs  Resource portal on MSPs of Wageningen CDI http://portals.wi.wur.nl/msp  IUCN (2010) Negotiate: Reaching agreements over water. John Dore et al. www.iucn.org/about/work/programmes/water/resources/toolkits/?4912/Negotiate--reaching-agreements-over-water  FAO (2005) Negotiation and mediation techniques or natural resource management. Antonia Engel, Benedikt Korf. www.fao.org/docrep/008/a0032e/a0032e00.HTM

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