Strategic International Lobbying (For Foreign Governments.)
Lobbying is a necessary activity that governments engage in for various reasons. Economic and foreign policies tend to be influenced or driven by international obligations to other countries. Many countries in the developing world often receive economic support from developed countries, such as national budget support and funding for various social and healthcare programs. A developing country’s policies on a host of issues ranging from its economy to healthcare, and agricultural policy often form the basis for consideration of budgetary support by a developed country. It thus becomes necessary to engage in professional lobbying in order to present the issues in as favorable a light as possible before decision makers in the donor countries. This short course teaches how to do it.
Topics To Be Covered
1. The Art Of Lobbying
2. Setting The Goals and Objectives
3. The Lobbying Plan And Implementation Strategies
4. Building The Lobbying Infrastructure
5. Conducting Research And Developing the Policy Papers for The
6. Cultivating The Decision Makers
7. Negotiation Mastery
Who Should Attend—State and national political leaders of government, senior government officials in the civil service.
Outcome—new or enhanced knowledge about The Art Of Lobbying; Setting The Goals and Objectives; The Lobbying Plan And
Implementation Strategies; Building The Lobbying Infrastructure; Conducting Research And Developing the Policy Papers for The Lobbying effort; Cultivating The Decision Makers; Negotiation Mastery.
Course Delivery Locations: Washington DC, USA; and Dubai.
Zoom Distance Learning Delivery: Call or send an email for availability.
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