Legal and Institutional Framework for Stakeholder Involvement

The nature of the IFM process calls for extensive coordination between various stakeholder groups. Information sharing and networking are among the most crucial factors ensuring the efficiency and stability of the approach, anticipating and managing conflicts, and enhancing collaboration. This requires an enabling legal and institutional framework, which facilitates rather than hinders effective participation, coordination and collaboration across jurisdictional boundaries, departments, institutions, disciplines, and users.

In order to fulfil these goals a legal and institutional framework for stakeholder participation should be able to provide answers for the following questions:  

  • Who are the stakeholders?
  • What should be their extent of engagement?

  • What information is essential for effective participation?
  • What rights, powers and obligations should the stakeholders and the decision-making authority have?

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