Guidelines for Stakeholder Identification and Analysis

These Guidelines from the Caribbean Natural Resources Institute (CANARI) have been developed in order to assist planners, development workers and natural resource managers in stakeholder identification and analysis.

"While these guidelines have focused primarily on the options of stakeholder identification and analysis, it is recognised that they have been guided by, and seek to contribute to, a particular vision of development, one that places people at the centre of the development process and that seeks to promote equity and sustainability in resource use and management." (Geoghegan, 2004, p. 1)


Geoghegan, T. Caribbean Natural Resources Institute, (2004). Guidelines for stakeholder identification and analysis: A manual for caribbean natural resource managers and planners. Retrieved from website:

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