Managing Risk: Should the Public be Engaged based on Values, not Risks? - May 2018

The @Risk Research Team met in Ottawa to continue working on the to launch the Partnership Development Grant. A public lecture kicked off the session, entitled “Managing Risk: Should the Public be Engaged based on Values, not Risks?”.This panel explored opportunities and challenges for improving public engagement in risk management by including public values. The Team then discussed case study dimensions, a draft analytical framework, the preliminary workplan and early design considerations for the survey component planned for Year 2.


Documents

Speaker's bios (PDF file)

Event agenda (PDF file)


Links

Event photos (Facebook album)

The Official Videos of the event (Youtube link)

The Official Videos of the event (Facebook link)


Moderator

 

Dr. Monica Gattinger, Director, Institute for Science, Society and Policy

 

 


Speakers

 

Dr. Duane Bratt, Professor and Chair, Department of Economics, Justice, and Policy Studies, Mount Royal University (Calgary, Alberta) (PDF file)

 

 

Dr. Jennifer Kuzma, Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in Science and Society, ISSP, University of Ottawa (Distinguished Professor, North Carolina State University) (PDF file)

 

 

Dr. Frank Welsh, Director of Policy, Canadian Public Health Association

 


Discussant

 

Dr. Michelle Driedger, Professor and Canada Research Chair in Environment and Health Risk Communication, Department of Community Health Sciences, University of Manitoba

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