Review of Best Practices for Multi-Stakeholder Initiatives: Recommendations for GIFT

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Title: Review of Best Practices for Multi-Stakeholder Initiatives: Recommendations for GIFT
Author: Araki, Laura; Beekma, Iara; Delsman, Arianna; Eddy, Tom; Emad, Kamran; Ha, Walter; Hakoyama, Ayana; Hampton, Sam; Jung, David; Lin, Ulysses; Novosyolova, Anastasia; Park, Zena; Serizawa, Sarah; Van, Amy
Abstract: This report is divided into three sections, each offering findings and recommendations derived from an extensive and comparative MSI case study analysis and from the broader literature. The first section provides a framework for effective MSI administration. Its chapters address methods for framing the issue and agenda, aligning a strategic group of stakeholders, and designating funding sources. The second section discusses engagement within an MSI, including engagement with governments, Civil Society, IGOs and the private sector. The third section addresses various programmatic approaches for MSIs and particularly GIFT: aligning incentives, capacity building, harnessing technologies and advancing global norms.
Description: Created as part of the 2012 Jackson School for International Studies SIS 495: Task force. Sanjeev Khagram Task Force Advisor; Vivek Ramkumar Evaluator; Iara Beekma, Sam Hampton Coordinators.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1773/19669

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