Stakeholder engagement in water governance as social learning: lessons from practice
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Volume 43
Issue 1
Abstract The OECD Principles on Water Governance set out various requirements for stakeholder engagement. Coupled with conceptualizations of social learning, this article asks how we define and enact stakeholder engagement and explores the actual practice of engagement of stakeholders in three fields of water governance. The results suggest that a key consideration is the purpose of the stakeholder engagement, requiring consideration of its ethics, process, roles and expected outcomes. While facilitators cannot be held accountable if stakeholder engagement ‘fails’ in terms of social learning, they are responsible for ensuring that the enabling conditions for social learning are met.
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  • Wehn, Uta; Collins, Kevin ; Anema, Kim; Basco-Carrera, Laura and Lerebours, Alix (2018). Stakeholder engagement in water governance as social learning: lessons from practice. Water International, 43(1) pp. 34–59.
  • Wehn, Uta; Collins, Kevin ; Anema, Kim; Basco-Carrera, Laura and Lerebours, Alix (2018). Stakeholder engagement in water governance as social learning: lessons from practice. Water International, 43(1) pp. 34–59.
Title Stakeholder engagement in water governance as social learning: lessons from practice
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