Together, these tips focus on the importance of preserving public confidence in the evidence base underscoring public policy; being clear and concrete about the policy reforms you support; emphasising the values on which policy is based; understanding the structure, conventions and subtextual features of news reporting; developing ‘killer facts’ with ‘earworm’ potential; appreciating that the advocacy process leading to policy change almost always takes a long time; and growing a rhinoceros hide to assist in the inevitable attacks you will face.Visit Link
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Nina Lansbury Hall & Ros Taplin (2006). This paper was presented at the Australian Political Studies Association conference, Newcastle University, September 25-27.
These workshop resources were developed by Lois Levy. We’ve created a process guide to help facilitators design and lead a 1-2 hour participatory workshop on lobbying.