The report (MIDIR - Del.2.3) presents an overview of changes/amendments/adjustments to the MIDIR risk governance methodology in light of experiences in German and Italian test cases, in transferability to Poland, Europe and other risk settings, and in the final event of the project.It is divided in three main parts:Lessons learnt from German case study and its transferability;Lessons learnt from Italian case study and its transferability;Changes/amendments/adjustments to the MIDIR methodology.
Scalable resilience and risk governance concept including guidelines on stakeholder involvementDeliverable 2.1 presents the MIDIR scalable multidimensional and integrative resilience and risk governance concept including procedural and methodological requirements. It includes the description of a tool (stakeholder interest analysis) for the preparation of a stakeholder involvement process, as their contribution to real decision making processes was identified as one of the main aspects for successful risk governance.
Analysis of recent EU, international and national research and policy activities in the field of risk governanceThe aim of Deliverable 1.1 is to present procedural and methodological requirements for a comprehensive risk governance concept. The new concept is based on an analysis of recent EU, international and national policy activities in the field of risk governance and of existing approaches. It was supported by feedback from various experts (policy, public administration, NGOs) and a literature research.