This December 2019 edition of the SocEnv interviews Diana Pound about her career, the career path she has taken and what her advice to young environmentalists would be.
Dialogue Matters worked with the University of Lancashire, commissioned by Natural England, to research the views and perception that young people have of the coast.
Dialogue Matters can help you catalyse rapid transformative change, take a holistic systems view, play to strengths and bring people with you! That’s what we facilitate – including for the UN Convention on Climate Change itself!
As part of their Wild Science Podcast series, the Institute of Zoology interviewed Dialogue Matters’ Director Diana Pound in last month’s podcast asking the question: “Can we find better ways to live with wildlife?”.
Stakeholder Dialogue is about giving everyone an equal voice, and that should include the younger generations too.
Facilitation takes confidence and the willingness to learn simply by doing, which brings with it the risk of making mistakes in front of those you’re trying to facilitate.
Dialogue Matters’ Director Diana Pound attended the IUCN conference in Rotterdam this month and was awarded the CEC Excellence Award 2019, Western Europe by the IUCN.
Changes of power can occur at three interconnected levels: the personal, group and wider social sphere
When we ask our clients and training attendees what hindered them most when trying to engage in full stakeholder participation, and the overriding response was time and money – confidence and knowledge didn’t get a single vote! We want to give some solutions to this, so here goes!