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1. Ask for feedback from your stakeholders. How will you ask for feedback?

A focus group interview? A presentation? 1:1 interviews? A questionnaire? Remember: ‘Different strokes for different folks!

A. Make a list of what you want to ask.
e.g. What do you think of the visual materials? To what extent do you recognize yourself/your tastes? To what extent do you feel proud to be related to this concept? Who would you want to share this concept with?
Is your use of media mixed and user-friendly?

B. Adapt your timeline. In the DISCOVER phase you made a timeline on when you would ask your stakeholders for feedback. Go back to this. Does your plan need to be adapted?

C. Describe what’s in it for your stakeholders to be helping you with your concept development.

D. Describe how your final concept empowers the user and matches their needs.

E. Describe any changes your concept might make to local policy.

Click on the pictures below to find more tools:

Check the ‘Code Culturele Diversiteit’, made by and for the cultural sector.

Rowntree Foundation: The Social Value of Public Spaces summary explores the contribution public spaces make to community life. The focus here is on poverty.

Startblok is an inclusive, self-managed housing project in Amsterdam for young migrants and Dutch youngsters.

Locality: resources for community engagement.

De School; what can be learnt from the dramatic fall of a popular nightclub? (NL)

A blind spot in the arts world? Ouch.

Turning sports inclusion theory into practice.

More thoughts on gender equality and language.

2. Double-check; have you missed any voices in your test phase? If so, how will you fix this?