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., 1994) 1) Passive Engagement, i.e., people told what to do. 2) Informative Engagement, i.e., people simply answer questions. 3) Consultative Engagement, i.e., people consulted by external agents but decision-making power remains with agents. 4) Bought Engagement, i.e., people participate in return for incentives (e.g., cash, food). 5) Functional Engagement, i.e., people have a say but only after major decisions have already been made by external agents. 6) Interactive Engagement, i.e., people engage in joint analysis and take control over local decisions. 7) Pro-Active Self-mobilization, i.e., people take control and start action independent of external agents. Thus, the seven levels of engagement range from: Passive Engagement i.e., Coercion, Collusion (Goal-seeking), at one extreme, to Pro-Active Engagement i.e., Inspirational/Purposeful (Ideal-seeking) at the other. The importance of qualifying the type of engagement is obvious. Given the different shades of engagement, it cannot be expected that all forms of engagement will produce the same outcomes.
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Score: 431423.83 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/es/comment/4165
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Session on civil society engagement with suggestion to consider them as a source of expertise and contribution in different stages of the VNR process. The need to be strategic with stakeholder engagement, such as doing a stakeholder mapping to identify actors, champions, incentives and challenges, and identifying various phases of engagement for a more in-depth and meaningful engagement. (...) Vincent and the Grenadines: will start stakeholder engagement at the end of the month; looking at existing government strategies and their stakeholder engagement practices to review how to engage stakeholders in VNR process. • Trinidad and Tobago: asked stakeholders on their level of awareness on the VNR process and being engaged by the Government.
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Score: 431423.83 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...lt/files/events/files/3b_0.pdf
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., 1994) 1) Passive Engagement, i.e., people told what to do. 2) Informative Engagement, i.e., people simply answer questions. 3) Consultative Engagement, i.e., people consulted by external agents but decision-making power remains with agents. 4) Bought Engagement, i.e., people participate in return for incentives (e.g., cash, food). 5) Functional Engagement, i.e., people have a say but only after major decisions have already been made by external agents. 6) Interactive Engagement, i.e., people engage in joint analysis and take control over local decisions. 7) Pro-Active Self-mobilization, i.e., people take control and start action independent of external agents. Thus, the seven levels of engagement range from: Passive Engagement i.e., Coercion, Collusion (Goal-seeking), at one extreme, to Pro-Active Engagement i.e., Inspirational/Purposeful (Ideal-seeking) at the other. The importance of qualifying the type of engagement is obvious. Given the different shades of engagement, it cannot be expected that all forms of engagement will produce the same outcomes.
Language:English
Score: 431423.83 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/index.php/ru/comment/4165
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., 1994) 1) Passive Engagement, i.e., people told what to do. 2) Informative Engagement, i.e., people simply answer questions. 3) Consultative Engagement, i.e., people consulted by external agents but decision-making power remains with agents. 4) Bought Engagement, i.e., people participate in return for incentives (e.g., cash, food). 5) Functional Engagement, i.e., people have a say but only after major decisions have already been made by external agents. 6) Interactive Engagement, i.e., people engage in joint analysis and take control over local decisions. 7) Pro-Active Self-mobilization, i.e., people take control and start action independent of external agents. Thus, the seven levels of engagement range from: Passive Engagement i.e., Coercion, Collusion (Goal-seeking), at one extreme, to Pro-Active Engagement i.e., Inspirational/Purposeful (Ideal-seeking) at the other. The importance of qualifying the type of engagement is obvious. Given the different shades of engagement, it cannot be expected that all forms of engagement will produce the same outcomes.
Language:English
Score: 431423.83 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/index.php/es/comment/4165
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Viola Krebs, Director, ICVolunteers - "Citizen engagement through cybervolunteerism: the example of E.TIC.net in Senegal and Mali" (Switzerland) Presentation Mr. (...) Prachi Sharma, CEO, Samin Tekmindz - "Existing citizen engagement trends within e-government” (India) Open discussion 15:30-17:00 SESSION Three – New technologies & citizen engagement: Perspectives of non government stakeholders   Moderator: Slava Cherkasov , DPADM/DESA   Panelists: Mr. (...) Endrit Kromidha, PhD Researcher, Royal Holloway, University of London – “E-Government frameworks and opportunities toward better stakeholders’ engagement” (Romania) Presentation Open discussion 11:00-11:300 COFFEE BREAK 11:30-13:00 SESSION Five - Creating an Action Agenda for better citizen engagement through ICT for development   Moderator: Dr.
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Score: 431348.3 - https://www.itu.int/net/wsis/i...010/forum/geneva/tw/tw_12.html
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Franchisage (CPC 8929) 1) Néant 2) Néant 3) Néant 4) Non consolidé, sauf comme indiqué sous "Engagements horizontaux" 1) Néant 2) Néant 3) Néant 4) Non consolidé, sauf comme indiqué sous "Engagements horizontaux" 5. (...) Autres 1) Néant 2) Néant 3) Néant 4) Non consolidé, sauf comme indiqué sous "Engagements horizontaux" 1) Néant 2) Néant 3) Néant 4) Non consolidé, sauf comme indiqué sous "Engagements horizontaux" 10. (...) Cette restriction sera éliminée avant 2005. 4) Non consolidé, sauf comme indiqué sous "Engagements horizontaux" 1) Néant 2) Néant 3) Néant 4) Non consolidé, sauf comme indiqué sous "Engagements horizontaux" E.
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Score: 431326.27 - https://www.wto.org/french/tra...p_f/serv_f/telecom_f/sc125.doc
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There is a business case for engagement; by preparing for and responding to emergencies, businesses can ensure that their operations will not be severely affected by emergencies. In addition, engagement in humanitarian action ensures an increase in staff engagement and satisfaction, strengthening of community resilience, prosperity and sustainable development as well as building of relationships with communities. (...) Motivate staff: Businesses report that one of the biggest incentives for engaging in humanitarian action is to motivate their employees.
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Score: 431301.8 - https://www.unocha.org/taxonomy/term/595/feed
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Download Read More 5 October 2020 Community engagement: a health promotion guide for universal health coverage in the hands of the people... WHO has defined community engagement as “a process of developing relationships that enable stakeholders to work together to address health-related... (...) Download Read More Our Work In the Western Pacific Region, community engagement activities in 2021 and 2022 included the Civil Society Organization (CSO) Initiative in Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, and the Philippines, and the Community Engagement Research Initiative in Cambodia, Lao PDR, and Malaysia.
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Score: 431301.8 - https://www.who.int/westernpac...itiatives/community-engagement
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Contents Synopsis Introduction Aim and approach Section 1 What do we mean by digital civic engagement by young people? • Box: Definitions of digital civic engagement, digital citizenship and digital literacy • Focus question: Why is digital civic engagement by young people important? (...) Conclusion 3 Account for blended contexts. Digital engagement is contiguous with, complementary to, and inseparable from offline engagement. (...) Consider how digital civic engagement can drive youth participation in more traditional forms of civic engagement.
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Score: 431209.47 - https://www.unicef.org/globali...ital-civic-engagement-2020.pdf
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The Due Diligence Review of Private Sector Entities Engaging with UNECE was presented at the same time. (...) The UNECE Framework does not provide a detailed roadmap for further action and does not contain a forward- looking vision for strengthening strategic engagement with the private sector. UNECE does not have dedicated staff devoted to engagement with the private-sector. (...) The perception of UNECE’s engagement with the business sector was significantly different inside and outside the Organization.
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Score: 431125.83 - https://unece.org/sites/default/files/2022-01/UNECEP~1.PDF
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