|Tool||An illustrative list of red flags is provided to help WSI participants identify and respond to WSI-specific hazards relating to organizations unduly dominating a policymaking process, or otherwise capturing public resources or institutions for private benefit.|
|Related Key Activities||Assess likelihood of capture risks and establish mechanisms for monitoring and oversight.|
|Purpose||Help to scan an initiative to avoid capture risks:
|Possible Users||WSI initiators, funders, watch dogs, and other interested parties, WSI participants, and affected stakeholders.|
|Level of Effort||Scanning by individual participants of red flags to a participatory analysis.|
|WSI Phase||2: Formalization.|
Captured legal frameworks, regulatory agencies, and policy processes serve vested interests but with the power, permanence, and legitimacy associated with government. The resulting effects are therefore quickly established in a given system and may be difficult to revoke.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][thim-heading title=”Guidance for implementation” line=””][vc_column_text]The four steps laid out below provide an outline for a participatory approach to address capture risks in a WSI.
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