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Title: Public involvement in Agency activities
Author: Clare Twigger-Ross
Author: Cindy-Rose Smith
Document Type: Monograph
Annotation: EA additional title info: report no 22
This report contains a number of case studies representing the range and nature of public involvement activities being carried out by the Agency. The primary objective is to consider the case studies analytically so that best practice techniques can be drawn out and the pitfalls of techniques in a particular situation can be identified. The advantages and disadvantages of a particular technique in a specific context are considered. This approach can facilitate learning about public participation in order to improve its effectiveness. Examples of good practice being carried out across the Agency need to be shared. The Public Involvement workshop (hosted by NCRAOA and funded by the Sustainable Development Unit - Head Office) was a step in linking staff involved in public participation and consultation so that experiences and achievements in this field could be shared. The workshop aimed to identify key principles and approaches that could potentially be applied across regions and functions.
Publisher: Environment Agency
Publication Date: 2000
Publication Place: London
Subject Keywords: Environment AgencySustainable developmentVolunteer organisationsPublic relationsBest practices
Extent: 62
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