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Innhold og mulighet for påvirkning i norske offentlige dokumenter: en analyse av nasjonal transportplan 2014 –2023
Nordic Council of Ministers, Nordic School of Public Health NHV.
2014 (Norwegian)Independent thesis Advanced level (degree of Master (Two Years))Student thesisAlternative title
Content and possible influence on public documents : an analysis of Norway’s Nation Transport Plan 2014 -2023 (English)
Abstract [no]

Hensikt: Hensikten meddenne studien var å beskrive hvem som får uttale seg, hvordan uttalelser blir implementert og hvordan folkehelseperspektivet og universell utforming ivaretas i norske offentlige dokumenter, samt å se om demokratiske rettigheter ivaretas.

Metode: Det ble anvendt kvalitativ dokumentanalyse med supplerende intervjuer, og nasjonal transportplan 2014 –2023 (NTP) ble benyttet som eksempel.178 dokumenter ble gjennomgått: 175 høringsuttalelser, et dokument med privatpersoners meninger, samt utkast til og vedtatt NTP 2014 –2023.

Resultat:175 høringsuttalelser ble mottatt i arbeidet med NTP2014 –2023, men uttalelser fra 18 fylkeskommuner og storbykommunene Oslo, Bergen, Trondheim og Stavanger ble vektlagt mest. Endel uttalelser omhandlet folkehelse, særlig knyttet til økt bruk av gange og sykling. Universell utforming ble ogsånevnt blant innkommende høringsuttalelser, mens folkehelseaspektet generelt ble lite prioritert av mange aktører. Mange høringsuttalelser omhandlet i stedet ønsker om økte økonomiske rammer til anleggsarbeider.

Konklusjon: Analysen viste at hensynet til universell utforming ivaretas, men at folkehelseperspektivetog helsefremmende arbeidbør løftes i større grad.Det kan virke som om en del fokuser knyttet til økonomiske hensyn, uten at blikket løftes og det ses fremover på fremtidige innsparinger. Det bør fortsatt arbeides for at så mange som muligfår anledning til å uttale seg i utarbeidelsen av offentlige norske dokumenter slik at demokratiske rettigheter ivaretas.

Abstract [en]

Aim:This study aimed to describe who is given the opportunity to commenton Norwegian public documents; how comments are implemented; and how theperspective on public health and universal design is maintained. It also aimed to determine whether democraticrights were ensured.

Method: Thestudy used qualitative document analysis with supplemental interviews, and Norway’s National Transport Plan 2014 –2023 (NTP) was used as an example. 178 documents were examined: 175 consultative statements, one document containing individualopinions, and the draft and adopted version of NTP 2014 –2023.

Results: Among 175 consultative statements received during the preparation of NTP 2014 –2023, consultat ivestatements from 18 County Councils and the municipalities Oslo, Bergen Trondheim and Stavanger received the most emphasis. Some statements addressed public health, especially increased use of walking or bicycling, and many mentioned universal design.The public health aspect in general,was not a priorityamong many actors. Instead, many statements indicated a desirefor increased funding for construction work.

Conclusion: The analysis revealed that considerations regarding universal design are maintained, whereas public health and health promotion should receive increased attention. Many comments focused on economic considerations, but none appeared to look ahead and identify potential savings. It is still necessary to ensure that as many as possible are given the opportunity to speak their mind, in order for democratic rights to be maintained

Place, publisher, year, edition, pages
2014. , 38 p.
Series
Master of Public Health, MPH, ISSN 1104-5701 ; MPH 2014:8
Keyword [en]
Public Norwegian Documents, Public Health, Universal Design, Democratic Rights, Document Analysis
Keyword [no]
Offentlige norske dokumenter, folkehelse, universell utforming, demokratiske rettigheter, dokumentanalyse
National Category
Medical and Health Sciences
Identifiers
URN: urn:nbn:se:norden:org:diva-3438OAI: oai:DiVA.org:norden-3438DiVA: diva2:753875
Presentation
2014-09-12, Nordic School of Public Health NHV, Göteborg, Sweden, 13:00 (Norwegian)
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Note

ISBN 978-91-86739-73-7

Available from: 2014-10-09 Created: 2014-10-09 Last updated: 2015-01-23Bibliographically approved

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