I guess that would depend heavily on two things: first, the stakeholder priority; second, wheter its impact will be positive or negative. That is not to say, of course, that relationship with “negative” stakeholders should be neglected – on the contrary, if such stakeholders are high on the priority list, the relationship should be even better. But the approach might be entirely different. For instance, in our brazilian context, some conservative institutions such as pentecostal churches have enourmous political influence. If it turns out that such institutions need to be engaged, the relationship would be, of course, completely different than the one with, let’s say, an LGBT NGO.