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Who are the key stakeholders?

Step back for a moment and consider a humanitarian crisis or emergency you have some familiarity with either from personal experience, or from this course.

Sometimes, it is important to break down stakeholder groups in to smaller units to better understand the level of influence and engagement a particular sub group might have.

Your task

Develop two lists of stakeholders in relation to your chosen crisis which answer the following:

a) Which stakeholders need to demonstrate accountability in the way they deliver humanitarian interventions?

b) Which stakeholders should expect engagement and assistance to be provided in an open, transparent and accountable manner?

The list you produce may be quite long and you may find that some stakeholders appear in both categories.

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