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Listening to the Public Through Surveys

Webinar Series on Stakeholder Involvement related to Nuclear Power

Date and time

Tuesday, 3 September 2019
14:00-15:00
Europe Summer Time (Berlin, GMT +02:00)

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Description

This second webinar in the IAEA Webinar Series on Stakeholder Involvement related to Nuclear Power will focus on the topic of public surveys and public opinion research. Having insight into what the public knows and thinks about nuclear power is an essential part of a stakeholder involvement programme. This information helps formulate what stakeholder involvement activities are likely to be more effective and help reach objectives.

During the webinar, international experts will explain why it is crucial to understand what the public knows and thinks about nuclear power. They will also describe the process of listening to the public through surveys and research, and developing and adapting stakeholder involvement activities to address the results received.

By attending this webinar, you'll be able to:

  • Recognize the importance of conducting public awareness and opinion surveys and research
  • Understand the main elements conducting surveys and research
  • Understand how to use results to adjust stakeholder involvement activities

Presenters

Sandy Wilkes, USA
Duane Bratt, Canada
Djarot Wisnubroto, Indonesia

Moderator

Lisa Berthelot, IAEA 

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