UCL Public Policy


Mapping and Analysing Stakeholders in a Public Policy Context

02 February 2022, 1:00 pm–2:00 pm

Black lines on a white backgrond

This workshop introduces the topic of stakeholder mapping and analysis and the value in systematically identifying key players for impact.

This event is free.

Event Information

Open to

All | UCL staff | UCL students | UCL alumni






Audrey Tan

About this event

This event will be recorded and the link to the recording will be sent to everyone who registered , regardless of whether they attend live or not. If you cannot attend live but want access to the recording, still do register.


Stakeholder analysis is the systematic identification, evaluation, and prioritisation of everyone who can influence, or has an interest in, a project, program or initiative. Stakeholder mapping is a stakeholder analysis technique where interested parties (stakeholders) are identified and assessed to see who can have the greatest impact on the success of an initiative.

By the end of this short workshop, learners should be able to:

1. Articulate the role that stakeholder analysis and mapping can play in various public policy contexts.
2. Identify key stakeholders relevant to their research and project.
3. Construct their own strategy for mapping and prioritising stakeholders.

This workshop will cover the following topics:

1. What is stakeholder mapping
2. Why perform a stakeholder map and analysis
3. Who the 'stakeholders' are in a public policy context
4. Step-by-step guidance for conducting a stakeholder map and analysis


This event will be recorded and transcribed, with closed captioning available during the live event. If you require any other accessibility arrangements, please contact audrey.tan@ucl.ac.uk as soon as possible.