Block A, Centre House
How will you influence decisionmakers? What difference are shifting political sands making to you and your charity’s campaigning? Who's who in the coalition, opposition, chambers, committees and working groups and how are charities changing their approach to ensure their voice is heard? Are others making the same decisions as you?With charities expected to take on an ever-increasing role in public life, join colleagues and experts for round-table discussions and networking. Get the lowdown on the issues, discuss your approaches and what has to change, get breakfast into the bargain and be back at your desk by midday; refreshed, informed and networked.A year on from our first ‘campaigning for political change’ breakfast, if you’re looking for a refresher, some new ideas or key pointers for successfully using all branches of government to ensure your campaign gets acted upon, don’t miss this breakfast.
Richard Corden, public affairs consultant, Central Lobby Consultants (former chief executive, Commission for the Compact, 20 years experience in government including working on charity legislation in HM Treasury, the Office of the Third Sector, the Home Office and the Prime Minister's Strategy Unit)
Sam Smethers, chief exective, Grandparents Plus (finalist, most effective charity campaigners, ComRes Parliamentary Charity Awards 2010. Former director, public affairs, Equality Commission)
Chris West, director of public affairs, Weber Shandwick
VAT will be charged at 20%You can book online now with a card or by invoice (see 'other payment options' at the bottom of the next page), or call us on 020 7871 5653.
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