Page 1: Societal Impact Assessment

Description of the Deliverable

Consideration of societal impact of the project will improve the quality of the interventions and activities being proposed or considered. To this extend BOND will conduct a Social Impact Assessment throughout the project duration. The core of the methodology for Societal Impact Assessment (SIA) will be based upon an analysis driven by interaction with stakeholders and posing a series of questions that enable the discovery of varying views on impacts (e.g. life, liberty, health, employment, property, environment, values).

The Societal Impact of the project will continuously be monitored. In M18 a thorough SIA report will be developed and submitted accompanying the Interim Report (mid-term review). A final SIA report will be delivered in M36 with the Final Report.

For the first SIA we have defined the following questions, and we would like to kindly ask you to provide your open and honestl answers. The deadline is the 30th March 2019.

This part of the survey uses a table of questions, 

2.2. What societal impact do you see (has there been any change) on the basis of the project activities developed so far in terms of:
Your answers Required
Your way of life (how you live, work, play and interact with one another):
Your culture (your shared beliefs, customs, values, language):
Your community (its cohesion, stability, character, services, facilities):
Your political systems (the extend you are able to participate in decisions that affect your lives, level of democratisation, the resources provided):
Your practice (the type of agriculture you practice or new approaches that you want to explore further, ways of working with others, ways of connecting, networks):
Your environment (the quality of air, water, food, the level of hazard or risk, the access and control over resources):
Your health and wellbeing, (with health understood as a state of complete physical, mental, social and spiritual wellbeing and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity):
Your personal and property rights (if you are economically affected or experience personal disadvantage including a violation of your civil liberties):
Your fears and aspirations (your perceptions about safety, your fears about the future of your community, your aspirations for your future and the future of your children):
Your perspective of life (including your perspective about working with others):