Engagement practices in Estonian Government Agencies. Annika Uudelepp, Maiu Uus Center for Policy Studies August 9th, 2010. Objectives of the research. To analyse the overall performance of engagement practices in Estonian ministries
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Annika Uudelepp, Maiu Uus
Center for Policy Studies
August 9th, 2010
428 respondents, 351
of opinions that lasts.
T2. Why does your ministry/ department involve nongovernmental partners?Why do you think ministries involve your organisation?
T3. How satisfied are you with the current engagement practices and procedures..
*scale: 1-very satisfied, 2-rather satisfied, 3-rather unsatisfied, 4-not at all satisfied
**scale: 1-very good, 2-rather good, 3-rather bad, 4-very bad
T4. I practices and procedures..n which casesdoes your ministryengage stakeholders in the formulation of policies?
T5. practices and procedures..Does your ministry plan engagement processes into the annual work plan?
T6. Does practices and procedures.. your ministry follow the Code of Good Practices on Involvement?
T7. Engaged partners evaluations on which principles ot the Code are followed best and which are nor followed, compared to their assesment of the importance of all principlaes
T8. I Code are followed best and which are nor followed, compared to their assesment of the importance of all principlaesn which stage of policy process and how often has your organisation been involved?
*scale:1-never, 2-rarely, 3-often, 4-always
T9. How often has your department engaged listed stakeholders?
% of “always”+”often”
T10. What are stakeholders? key principles of participant selection?
the answers of officials and partners compared to which principles are justified in partners’ opinions
G1. stakeholders? In what ways are organisations involved in policy processes?Distribution of stakeholders answers
T11. How often does the ministry take into account/use your proposals and additional information when developing legislation or policy documents? (%)
T12. stakeholders? How stakeholders’ proposals and additional information is used by ministries when developing legislation or policy documents?
T13. stakeholders? Does your ministry/department assess engagement and its results?
T14. stakeholders? What are the major problems for your organisation when participating in the elaboration of legislative and policy documents?
*Out of 315 respondents
OFFICIALS: stakeholders? Which problems have you encountered the most when involving stakeholders in policy making?
*Out of 193 respondents
T15. Which negative experiences with the engaged parties might diminish the officials’ motivation to engage the same parties in the future?
Respondents: partners N=293, officials N=197
T16. Which negative experiences with the officials might diminish the engaged parties motivation to participate in the future?