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Workshop Studio, Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts

Gardner Center Road

Falmer

BN1 9RA

United Kingdom

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It can be exciting to realise that your research could make a real difference in the world, but without scoping the possibilities of who could really use that research – or work with you – there’s a chance you may miss involving a key player. Taking a little time to undertake a ‘stakeholder mapping’ exercise will help identify the best people or groups to target so that you can prioritise who to contact, work with, or affect.

In this session, James Georgalakis (Director of Communications and Impact, Institute of Development Studies) will guide you through the process of conducting a stakeholder mapping exercise – and then turn it over to you. Whether you are at the end of a project or just beginning, you will come away with concrete ideas for next steps on your path to creating significant, sustainable impact.

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Workshop Studio, Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts

Gardner Center Road

Falmer

BN1 9RA

United Kingdom

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