Risk Communication and Policy Making

Risk Communication and Policy Making - focuses on:

  • Risk Communication and creating a risk awareness culture;
  • Communicating with decision-makers; and
  • the Policy Process.

The main purpose of this step is to discuss Risk Management strategies and means for:

  1. Sensitizing and mainstreaming identified POPs (or other hazardous substance) health risk management (RM) options into national political agenda and national development planning;
  2. Fostering national political and securing financial commitments to ensure their effectiveness and sustainability.
Grand Palace, Bangkok
Source: Hatfield Consultants
Hatfield Consultants The World Bank funded by the Canadian POPs Trust Fund through the      
Canadian International Development Agency
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