Together with the individual workshop reports which you can also find here, the following reports present the documentation and analysis of 35 scenario workshops, which took place in 2012 and 2013. 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.
Detailed workplan for the scenario workshops. First version (0.14 MB, PDF)
Analysis Report on Workshop Series 1 (0.9 MB, PDF)
Analysis Report on Workshop Series 2 (0.8 MB, PDF)
Analysis Report on Workshop Series 3 (0.8 MB, PDF)