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SBIA Stage 1: Starting conditions study & stakeholder identificationStep 3: Identification and prioritization of (social) ...
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Social and Biodiversity Impact Assessment (SBIA) Stage 1: Starting conditions study & stakeholder identification

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Step 3: Identification and prioritization of (social) focal issues

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Social and Biodiversity Impact Assessment (SBIA) Stage 1: Starting conditions study & stakeholder identification

  1. 1. SBIA Stage 1: Starting conditions study & stakeholder identificationStep 3: Identification and prioritization of (social) focal issuesGuide for Task 1, Group 1:Definition:FOCAL ISSUES are social, political, cultural factors that directly or indirectly contribute to existence of the mainproblem/objective that the project is trying to solve/achieve.The question:What social issues or problems in the project area could prevent the project from achieving its (carbon)objectives? 1. Discuss the question thoroughly (Brainstorm ideas of the social issues) 2. List the ideas on the cards provided; make sure that there is only 1 idea per social issue. 3. Lay out the cards on the table and start grouping those issues that are similar (e.g. those related to ‘agriculture’ could be joined with those about ‘increased income generating’, or ‘livelihood improvement’; ‘community organization’ could be joined with ‘local governance’) 4. Place the cards in order of priority 5. Write down the top 5 issues on the flip chart providedSBIA Stage 1: Starting conditions study & stakeholder identificationStep 3: Identification and prioritization of (social) focal issuesGuide for Task 1, Group 2:Definition:FOCAL ISSUES are social, political, cultural factors that directly or indirectly contribute to existence of the mainproblem/objective that the project is trying to solve/achieve.The question:What social issues or problems in the project area are most strongly related to the process of deforestationand/or forest degradation? 1. Discuss the question thoroughly (Brainstorm ideas of the social issues) 2. List the ideas on the cards provided; make sure that there is only 1 idea per social issue. 3. Lay out the cards on the table and start grouping those that are similar (e.g. those related to ‘agriculture’ could be joined with those about ‘increased income generating’, or ‘livelihood improvement’; ‘community organization’ could be joined with ‘local governance’) 4. Place the cards in order of priority 5. Write down the top 5 issues on the flip chart provided
  2. 2. SBIA Stage 1: Starting conditions study & stakeholder identificationStep 3: Identification and prioritization of (social) focal issuesGuide for Task 1, Group 3:Definition:FOCAL ISSUES are social, political, cultural factors that directly or indirectly contribute to existence of the mainproblem/objective that the project is trying to solve/achieve.The question:What social issues or problems in the project area could a carbon project have most influence on (possibly as aside-effect)? 1. Discuss the question thoroughly (Brainstorm ideas of the social issues) 2. List the ideas on the cards provided; make sure that there is only 1 idea per social issue. 3. Lay out the cards on the table and start grouping those that are similar (e.g. those related to ‘agriculture’ could be joined with those about ‘increased income generating’, or ‘livelihood improvement’; ‘community organization’ could be joined with ‘local governance’) 4. Place the cards in order of priority 5. Write down the top 5 issues on the flip chart provided Be ready to clarify the focal issues to others.

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