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D7.2 ResiStand contact list gap analysis results year 2

: Anson, Susan; Watson, Hayley; Wadhwa, Kush; Lau, Ying Ying; Linde-Frech, Isabelle; Poussa, Liisa

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London, 2017, 35 S.
European Commission EC
H2020-H2020-EU.3.7. - Secure societies - Protecting freedom and security of Europe and its citizens; 700389; ResiStand
Increasing disaster Resilience by establishing a sustainable process to support Standardisation of technologies and services
Bericht, Elektronische Publikation
Fraunhofer INT ()
Stakeholder Communities; gap analysis; Engagement; balanced representation

This document, the ResiStand contact list gap analysis results year 2 (D7.2) presents the findings of a second analysis of the contacts that are recognized as having engaged with ResiStand, whether they have registered to one of the projects three Stakeholder Communities (i.e., the Standards AdvisoryGroup, End-User Community, or Supplier Community) or have connected with the project on Twitter or LinkedIn. A year 2 analysis of the Stakeholder Community members, LinkedIn Connections, and Twitter Followers in terms of 1) the countries they represent, 2) the types of organisation represented, and 3) their gender was undertaken and the findings are presented in this deliverable. Additionally,the deliverable includes strategy documents developed by the respective manager of each community, which provides information on; 1) the aim and position of the community, 2) its relevant stakeholders, and 3) the approach adopted to involve the community in the ResiStand project. Between January and May 2017, the Standards Advisory Group (SAG) has increased by 3 members and is now comprised of 19 members, who represent 10 countries. The SAG is well balanced with members from European/National Standards bodies (26%), governmental organisations (37%), research/academia (16%), Industry/SMEs (16%) and a Non-Governmental Organisation (5%). The SAG is the only Stakeholder Community that has a slightly higher percentage of female stakeholders, with 53% of the SAG being female. The End-User Community (E-UC) grew by 77% between January and May 2017, increasing from 47 to 83 registered members. The End-User Community (E-UC) continues to represent 20 countries, however, there has been a growth in the number of contacts representing 12 countries. As in January 2017, just under half (47%) of the E-UC members represent governmental organisations. In line with the emergency management field, 86% of the E-UC is male, increasing by 1% since January 2017. Between January and May 2017, the Supplier Community (SUC) grew by 43%, increasing from 54 registered members to 77. In addition, the number of countries represented by the SUC increased from 19 to 21 and the registered members of nine countries increased. Industry/SMEs (62%) andResearch/Academia (31%) continue to be the most represented organisation types. As in January 2017, 74% of the SUC are male.