Collections on stakeholder engagement

Community toolbox

What’s the purpose? The community toolbox is a massive collection of methods, toolkits, and examples to support community work. This includes involving stakeholders and intervening. Tools and procedures are very well explained and checklists are provided for practical implementation.
Who provides the collection? The Work Group for Community Health and Development of the University of Kansas, USA.
How does it differ from td-net’s collection? The community toolbox is way more elaborated than our collection. The methods are helpful for, but not specifically designed for stakeholder engagement in research. The community toolbox does not target the collaboration of disciplines.

IRGC’s Stakeholder Engagement Resource Guide

What’s the purpose? The guide is an annotated bibliography of 28 manuals for stakeholder involvement, many of them with a focus on risk and risk communication. The bibliography should support practitioners to plan and run science–based stakeholder involvement.
Who provides the collection? The International Risk Governance Council, mainly funded by École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland
How does it differ from td-net’s collection? The manuals are helpful for planning stakeholder engagement. However, they are not specifically designed for co-producing knowledge in transdisciplinary research processes.