Duration: 15:00 hours
The Government of Canada has a responsibility to seek out citizen input and stakeholder participation in its decision-making and policy development processes. This course provides a comprehensive overview of the basic components, benefits, drivers and challenges of stakeholder consultation and engagement in a federal context. Participants will learn about the stakeholder engagement planning cycle and the levels of public engagement, as well as how to evaluate the results of an engagement process.
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