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Lobbying for the Charity Sector

A comprehensive course designed for chief executives, directors and parliamentary managers, parliamentary officers and public affairs staff working within the voluntary sector who wish to establish an effective lobbying strategy for their organisation.

The Lobbying for the Sector Course has been devised to inform all those working for NGO’s, smaller charities and pressure groups how best to devise effective lobbying activity for this specialised sector.

The course begins by dissecting core lobbying activity, giving clear guidance on what standard lobbying practice is, what tactics work best and what is achievable with the realms of politics when seeking to influence legislation and government policy.

This one-day course also offers general analysis of the growing inter-dependency between Government and the voluntary sector, assessing how successive government have change the approach.

Specific practical guidance sessions on key models of lobbying activity are also offered on this course providing direct guidance on the core activities, which internal public affairs and parliamentary teams can adopt to influence the wider political agenda.

All in all, this comprehensive one-day course offers anyone seeking a thorough introduction into lobbying activity for the voluntary sector with a clear insight into present working practices, teaching how to react and reflect upon political activity and trends in Westminster.

This course is an ideal precursor for any one who has to develop skills to ensure that they have the professional knowledge to engage in key lobbying activity on behalf of their organisation.

Contact Information

Venue Name: Parli Training

Address: Suite 49, 34 Buckingham Palace Road, London SW1W 0RH View Map (opens a new window)

Telephone: 0844 800 9071


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Course Details & Booking

Starts: 09:00 AM
Ends: 04:30 PM

Cost: 475.00 (GBP) per person

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