Multi-Stakeholder Processes and Innovation Systems towards Science for impact

S.M. van Vugt, J. van Geene

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Multi_stakeholder processes (MSPs) have become an important phenomena in the work of many of the Science Groups and knowledge units of Wageningen UR. To realise ‘science for impact’ it is increasingly recognized that stakeholder engagement is a critical element. Much remains to be understood about their role and effectiveness in a wider context of politics, governance and societal change. There is clearly value to be gained from the efforts of Wageningen UR wide sharing and critical reflection processes. The CD&IC programme, Wageningen International, hosted a Critical Reflection Day, building on existing and past initiatives such as Own experiences, the Transition lab and deepening of Communities of Practice of action learning and ‘Telen met Toekomst’. The Critical Reflection Day was part of the three_week international course on 'Facilitating Multi_stakeholder Processes and Social Learning' attended by some 30 participants from all over the world. They facilitated and actively took part in the Critical Reflection Day
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationWageningen
PublisherWageningen International
Number of pages33
Publication statusPublished - 2008


  • research
  • research projects
  • research teams
  • reflection
  • multi-stakeholder processes
  • social learning


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