- Category: Rapports
- Published: Thursday, 09 April 2020 16:27
TURCANU C., ABELSHAUSEN B., GEYSMANS R. , VAN OUDHEUSDEN M., MESKENS G., SCHIEBER C., SCHNEIDER T., ZELEZNIK N., PÖLZL- VIOL C.e en majuscule) et al.
Report EJP-CONCERT- ENGAGE - European Joint Programme for the Integration of Radiological protection Research. Janvier 2020
Summary ou Abstract
The ENGAGE project, funded under the H2020 CONCERT, aims at ENhancinG stAkeholder participation in the GovernancE of radiological risks. This two-year project started on November 2017, seeks to identify and address key challenges and opportunities for stakeholder engagement in relation to medical use of ionising radiation; post-accident exposures; and exposure to indoor radon. This report presents a summary of the main findings from the ENGAGE project, proposes a number of recommendations and formulates perspectives for future developments. These results are presented for each of the three exposure contexts considered in the project. To set the scene, this document contains introductory sections on stakeholder engagement concepts and the focus points for analysis.
Recommendations for more robust stakeholder engagement in radiological protection capture key points identified through case studies and through interactions with various representatives of radiological protection communities during roundtables and workshops. The main audience for this document are the radiological protection communities, in general, and the policy makers, researchers and practitioners involved in the three exposure contexts addressed by ENGAGE, more specifically.