Documentation

Outline of a Mobilisation and Mutual Learning Action Plan (MMLAP)

Mobilisation and Mutual Learning Action Plan
Deliverable 4.4 - Road Map.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 2.8 MB

The Outcome Report on the WHO European Region Workshop

This report provides information on the outcomes of the INPROFOOD workshop: The voice of citizens in food, nutrition and health research innovation held at the WHO Regional Office for Europe on 26-27 May. Twenty-one Member States and 31 nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) and Universities were represented at the workshop. The primary goal of this workshop was to bring together European stakeholders and WHO’s counterparts in an open dialogue under one roof to discuss the challenges of social food and health and to develop strategies of how key stakeholders and the civil society can be involved and contribute to food and health research.

Outcome report of the WHO European Region Workshop
D4.3 - Outcome report of the WHO Europea
Adobe Acrobat Document 1.8 MB

The Scenario Workshop Reports

Together with the individual workshop reports which you can also find below, the following reports present the documentation and analysis of 35 scenario workshops. Part one of the final version of the workplan report describes in detail the INPROFOOD scenario workshop methodology and presents its rationale. The second part contains the instructions given to workshop organisers. The annex lists the common agenda and all templates for information materials and reporting. (The first version of the workshop report did not yet include the rationale and details of the methodology). Each of the three Analysis Reports begins with all stages of the workshop plan implementation, including stakeholder recruitment, workshop conduct and documentation stage. Each goes on to present analyses of the workshop outcomes in regard to organisation delegates’ proposals for research topics and participant’s suggestions for research programming on food and health regarding decision-making on topics/areas/themes, decision making on project funding, quality criteria for funding, exploitation of results, evaluation of projects and research programmes, and project design. Having taken place in thirteen countries, the workshops were held in three series each of which address stakeholders on three different levels of hierarchy: Workshops with “large players” are described in Analysis Report 1, those with “medium players” in Analysis Report 2 and those with “small players” in Analysis Report 3. All these reports were written by team members of the Wissenschaftsladen Wien - Science Shop Vienna; the analyses are mainly based on the workshop reports authored by the respective workshop organizers.

Workplan Report
INPROFOOD_D2.1_Workplan_final.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 689.6 KB
Annex Workplan
INPROFOOD_D2.1_Detailed+EASW+Plan-1.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 145.4 KB

Analysis Report 1
Workshops with “large players"
INPROFOOD_D2.2_AnalysisReport1.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 934.4 KB
Analysis Report 2
Workshops with “medium players”
INPROFOOD_D2.3_AnalysisReport2.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 850.0 KB

Analysis Report 3
Workshops with “small players”
INPROFOOD_D2.4_AnalysisReport3.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 822.2 KB

The PlayDecide Games Report

This report presents the outcomes of the creation and implementation process of a discussion game based on the PlayDecide format. The topic of the game is Healthy Diet and Lifestyle and the main target group is young people. The discussion game was co-created by Ecsite and EUFIC and implemented within the Ecsite network in 17 different science centres and museums throughout Europe and beyond. This document introduces the PlayDecide format, the results of the games and the most voted policy positions, describes the main discussion points and outlines problem solutions and recommendations suggested by the participants. Moreover it covers the results of the evaluation activity performed within this task.

PlayDecide Report
D2.5 Playdecide report_final.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 5.3 MB

The Book of Proceedings of the INPROFOOD European Open Space Conference is now available

In fall 2013 (on 15th November) around 70 experts and stakeholders from all across Europe and beyond gathered to a full day


European Open-Space-Conference
Food and Health - Research 2020
How can we shape the future of research in food and health?


at the Royal Flemish Academy of Belgium for Science and the Arts in Brussels, Belgium. This conference was conducted as part oft the EU-project Inprofood, funded under the 7th framework of science and society.
The participants came from 18 different countries, mostly Europe, but also from as far as the US, Chile, Israel and Egypt, and brought in a wide spectrum of expertise and cultural backgrounds. Looking at their affiliation, they represented various groups, ranging from NGOs of the food and health sectors, industry associations, companies of food production, scientists and public authorities including ministries.
The conference was based on the Open-Space-Technology, which was developed in the US in the 1980s based on the insight that mutual learning is best done with some structure, but with as much freedom as possible.
This “book of proceedings” is the result of the participant's contributions and intense discussions during the Open-Space-Conference in Brussels, and a feedback process after the event. We would be delighted if the participants work further with this material, share it with others, and we welcome all kinds of comments.

Book of Proceedings Open Space Conference
Inprofood_Open_Space_Conference_Brussels
Adobe Acrobat Document 2.1 MB

The Inprofood project partners conducted 35 European Awareness Scenario Workshops in 11 countries across Europe

To document the findings and to inform about the results of the INPROFOOD Awareness-Scenario-Workshops, please find below the respective workshop results sorted by country:

Austria

EASW 1
AT_EASW1.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 2.0 MB
EASW 2
AT_EASW2.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 1.0 MB
EASW 3
AT_EASW3.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 1.3 MB

Belgium

EASW 1
BE_EASW1.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 2.4 MB
EASW 2+3
BE_EASW2+3.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 2.2 MB

Denmark

EASW 1
DK_EASW1.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 10.4 MB
EASW 2
DK_EASW2.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 8.8 MB
EASW 3
DK_EASW3.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 8.0 MB

France

EASW 1
F_EASW1.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 982.4 KB
EASW 2+3
F_EASW2+3.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 2.1 MB

Germany

EASW 1
DE_EASW1.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 2.0 MB
EASW 2
DE_EASW2.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 1.9 MB
EASW 3
DE_EASW3.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 1.9 MB

Greece

EASW 1
GR_EASW1.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 1'011.8 KB
EASW 2
GR_EASW2.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 840.7 KB
EASW 3
GR_EASW3.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 1.1 MB

Italy

EASW 1
IT_EASW1.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 2.8 MB
EASW 2
IT_EASW2.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 1.5 MB
EASW 3
IT_EASW3.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 1.5 MB

Portugal

EASW 1
PT_EASW1.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 2.9 MB
EASW 2
PT_EASW2.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 4.4 MB
EASW 3
PT_EASW3.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 4.5 MB

Slovakia

EASW 1
SK_EASW1.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 3.0 MB
EASW 2
SK_EASW2.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 2.0 MB
EASW 3
SK_EASW3.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 2.2 MB

Spain

EASW 1
SP_EASW1.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 1.2 MB
EASW 2+3
SP_EASW2+3.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 765.0 KB

Turkey

EASW 1
TR_EASW1.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 452.3 KB
EASW 2
TR_EASW2.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 779.0 KB
EASW 3
TR_EASW3.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 781.4 KB

United Kingdom

EASW 1
UK_EASW1.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 2.9 MB
EASW 2+3
UK_EASW2+3.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 6.4 MB

First findings from the first round of the European Awareness Stakeholder Workshops (EASWs)

Below please find a document with a first short analysis of some central findings from the first stakeholder workshop round for large stakeholders.

Preliminary Findings WP2
Inprofood_preliminary_findings_WP2.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 61.6 KB

The INPROFOOD Lottery based Stakeholder Selection Procedures

To ensure a participatory process that is inclusive and as broad as possible, INPROFOOD is committed to put special emphasis on the methods used in the processes of both the collection of potential participants for the European Awareness Stakeholder Workshops (EASWs) and the selection of participants from this databank.

INPROFOOD aims at participation as broad as possible. It will also be looked for stakeholders who might not be fully aware of the topic’s importance for them, and/or who have less opportunity to engage in participatory processes, especially women, migrants, people from rural areas, and people with limited mobility. To rule out influences from existing networks or deliberate attempts to influence the EASW topics and outcome, partner institutions in different countries made all efforts to compile databases without favouring individual organisations or disadvantaging others. Potential participants were taken per category from official sources and records, as far this was possible to the best knowledge of the organisers. How organisations made it into a database is explained and published together with each country’s databank. Below you can find the details for each country by clicking on the different country names.

INPROFOOD will set new standards in stakeholder involvement. Within a category, the potential EASW participants will be randomly selected in a most transparent way.

Each country publishes databases with the name of organisations, the sources where each of them was found, and a fixed identification number. The random procedure is then conducted in a way that even laypersons can understand how manipulation is ruled out. INPROFOOD wants to address not scientific experts only but also a critical public, including laypersons. Hence everybody will be able to observe the selection procedure and to comment on it. To rule out manipulation no computer generated numbers are used, but the selection is based on public lottery draws, which will be announced beforehand. Also the order in which entries selected by the lottery draws will be invited is determined by a public observable random procedure. Here you find examples for such a procedure with its explanation:

Selection Procedure.xls
Microsoft Excel Table 158.0 KB

Below please find the databases for all 13 EASW countries in alphabetical order with information on how they have been compiled and the procedure for random selection of the EASW participants, including the dates of the lottery draws. All files are in PDF format.

 

Austria

Database
AT_STAKEHOLDER Database.xls
Microsoft Excel Table 95.5 KB
Documentation
AT_STAKEHOLDER Selection.xls
Microsoft Excel Table 198.5 KB

Responsible Partner: Science Shop Vienna

 

 

Belgium

Database
BE_STAKEHOLDER Database.xlsx
Microsoft Excel Table 100.3 KB
Documentation
BE_STAKEHOLDER Selection.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 174.6 KB

Responsible Partner: ECSITE/EUFIC

 

 

Denmark

Database
(coming soon)
Documentation
(coming soon)

Responsible Partner: University of Copenhagen

 

 

France

Database
FR_STAKEHOLDER Database.xls
Microsoft Excel Table 105.0 KB
Documentation
FR_STAKEHOLDER Selection.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 38.8 KB

Responsible Partner: AGROPOLIS

 

 

Germany

Database
DE_STAKEHOLDER Database.xls
Microsoft Excel Table 193.5 KB
Workshops Material
Inprofood_Report_Workshops_Germany_app.p
Adobe Acrobat Document 2.6 MB
Documentation
DE_STAKEHOLDER Selection.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 2.4 MB

Responsible Partner: DIALOGIK

 

 

Greece

Database
GR_STAKEHOLDER Database.xls
Microsoft Excel Table 943.0 KB
Documentation
GR_STAKEHOLDER Selection1.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 121.5 KB
GR_STAKEHOLDER Selection2.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 108.8 KB

Responsible Partner: FORTH

 

 

Italy

Database
IT_STAKEHOLDER Database.xls
Microsoft Excel Table 386.0 KB
Documentation
(coming soon)
IT_STAKEHOLDER Selection.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 108.1 KB

Database 2
IT_STAKEHOLDER Database2.xls
Microsoft Excel Table 778.5 KB
Database Small Size Organizations
IT_STAKEHOLDER_Database small.xls
Microsoft Excel Table 1.1 MB

Responsible Partner: OBSERVA

 

 

Netherlands

Database
NL_STAKEHOLDER Database.xlsx
Microsoft Excel Table 40.6 KB
Documentation
NL_STAKEHOLDER Selection.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 152.4 KB

Database
NL Database_EASW 2&3 _UM.xls
Microsoft Excel Table 203.0 KB
Workshop Material
additional information workshops Netherl
Adobe Acrobat Document 1.1 MB
Documentation
WP2- Invitation processes of series of E
Adobe Acrobat Document 368.5 KB

Responsible Partner: Maastricht University

 

 

Portugal

Database
PT_STAKEHOLDER Database.xlsx
Microsoft Excel Table 120.0 KB
Documentation
PT Stakeholder Selection.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 1.0 MB

Responsible Partner: SPI

 

 

Slovakia

Database
SK_STAKEHOLDER Database.xlsx
Microsoft Excel Table 39.0 KB
Documentation
SK_STAKEHOLDER selection.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 39.3 KB

Responsible Partner: Comenius University Bratislava

 

 

Spain

Database
SP_STAKEHOLDER Database (Large).xlsx
Microsoft Excel Table 21.6 KB
Documentation
SP_STAKEHOLDER Selection.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 290.2 KB

Responsible Partner: CTAEX

 

 

Turkey

Database
TR_STAKEHOLDER Database (Large).xls
Microsoft Excel Table 151.5 KB
Documentation
TR_STAKEHOLDER Selection.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 279.1 KB

Responsible Partner: Hacettepe University

 

 

United Kingdom

Database
UK_STAKEHOLDER Database.xls
Microsoft Excel Table 519.0 KB
Documentation
UK_STAKEHOLDER Selection.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 58.4 KB

Responsible Partner: University of Surrey

 

 Priority environmental contaminants in seafood: safety assessment, impact and public perception
Priority environmental contaminants in seafood: safety assessment, impact and public perception

INPROFOOD is happy to support the GHI Working Group 'Nutrition'