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"The term “stakeholder” has a variety of meanings; it includes the notion of “participant” or “involved party”, as well as that of “recipient” and “responsible party” in the context of development interventions. In German language usage, the term “stakeholders” is rendered succinctly by the word “Akteure”, or “actors”. Presently, the term “Akteur” is gradually beginning to replace designations such as “target group”, “partner” and “intermediary”. In the following the terms “stakeholder” and “actors” are used synonymously." <ref> Zimmermann, A., Maennling, C. (2007). Mainstreaming participation, Multi-stakeholder management: tools for stakeholder analysis, 10 building blocks for designing participatory systems of cooperation. From the series: Promoting participatory development in German development cooperation. Deutsche Gesellschaft für Technische Zusammenarbeit (GTZ) GmbH. Available from: http://www.fsnnetwork.org/sites/default/files/en-svmp-instrumente-akteuersanalyse.pdf</ref>
"The term “stakeholder” has a variety of meanings; it includes the notion of “participant” or “involved party”, as well as that of “recipient” and “responsible party” in the context of development interventions. In German language usage, the term “stakeholders” is rendered succinctly by the word “Akteure”, or “actors”. Presently, the term “Akteur” is gradually beginning to replace designations such as “target group”, “partner” and “intermediary”. In the following the terms “stakeholder” and “actors” are used synonymously." <ref> Zimmermann, A., Maennling, C. (2007). Mainstreaming participation, Multi-stakeholder management: tools for stakeholder analysis, 10 building blocks for designing participatory systems of cooperation. From the series: Promoting participatory development in German development cooperation. Deutsche Gesellschaft für Technische Zusammenarbeit (GTZ) GmbH. Available from: http://www.fsnnetwork.org/sites/default/files/en-svmp-instrumente-akteuersanalyse.pdf</ref>
== Actors from e-learning module ISPoS 2012 outcome ==
== Actors from e-learning module ISPoS 2012 outcome ==
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== References ==
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"The term “stakeholder” has a variety of meanings; it includes the notion of “participant” or “involved party”, as well as that of “recipient” and “responsible party” in the context of development interventions. In German language usage, the term “stakeholders” is rendered succinctly by the word “Akteure”, or “actors”. Presently, the term “Akteur” is gradually beginning to replace designations such as “target group”, “partner” and “intermediary”. In the following the terms “stakeholder” and “actors” are used synonymously." [1]

Actors from e-learning module ISPoS 2012 outcome

Key actors identified by students:

Summer school 2011 role play groups

References

  1. Zimmermann, A., Maennling, C. (2007). Mainstreaming participation, Multi-stakeholder management: tools for stakeholder analysis, 10 building blocks for designing participatory systems of cooperation. From the series: Promoting participatory development in German development cooperation. Deutsche Gesellschaft für Technische Zusammenarbeit (GTZ) GmbH. Available from: http://www.fsnnetwork.org/sites/default/files/en-svmp-instrumente-akteuersanalyse.pdf
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