Stakeholder Interaction

UCM, UPM and IGME have developed and applied a methodology for stakeholder involvement. This is based on stakeholder analysis and engagement, development of relevant questionnaires and organization of thematic meetings to discuss the key uncertainties and drivers for change in the field of water management. This methodology has served the purpose of establishing a solid framework for dialogue and a representative stakeholder base for participatory work. Four stakeholder meetings have been held following this methodology:

All these meetings were kindly hosted by the Ortega y Gasset Foundation (http://www.ortegaygasset.edu/).

Transboundary Issues

On 18 April 2006, the first stakeholder meeting for transboundary aspects took place in the Instituto de Soldadura e Qualidade, Lisbon, Portugal. The report presenting the meeting and its output can be downloaded from the  folder.
Another transboundary meeting is scheduled to take place in 2007 and will be organized by ISQ.

Stakeholder Meetings in the Guadiana Basin

You can a find summary report here: First participatory process (5 meetings), CAIWA paper


For detailed material on the different meetings, please click on the links below.

A second participatory process has been developed using Bayesian networks.