Sean Moore talking about collaboration in public-policy advocacy in Ottawa
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Here is what promises to be a great workshop being organized by the The Carleton Centre for Community Innovation and the School of Public Policy and Administration on public policy advocacy. It is led by Sean Moore and is available for free.
Carleton Centre for Community Innovation
Centre d’Innovation communautaire de Carleton
The Carleton Centre for Community Innovation and the School of Public Policy and Administration cordially invites you to an upcoming presentation by Sean Moore on “People Power: Meetings, Relationships and Collaboration in Effective Public-Policy Advocacy” being held on January 24th 2013 (description provided further below).
Date: Thursday January 24th 2013
Time: 5:30 pm to 7:00pm
Location: The HUB Ottawa located at 71 Bank St, 6th Floor, Ottawa (between Queen and Sparks St)
Cost: $0.00 … this is a complimentary event
Please register online or pasting the following URL in your browser (seating is limited, please register quickly)
“People Power: Meetings, Relationships and Collaboration in Effective Public-Policy Advocacy”
This workshop will focus on the human dimension of organized, strategic public-policy advocacy. With heavy emphasis on participant interaction and sharing of personal experiences in lobbying, the session will deal with the following themes:
* What do we know about the “human” dimension of influence, persuasion and decision-making?
* Strategic Meetings: How to make meetings with government officials more productive.
* How to develop and sustain critical relationships among those in government.
* Coalitions, Collaborations and Public Engagement: some things old and some things new.
This session will be hosted by Sean Moore, Principal of Advocacy School, a 1976 graduate of - and a frequent lecturer at - Carleton’s SPPA and one of Canada’s most experienced practitioners, writers and teachers in public–policy advocacy. (http://advocacyschool.org/instructor/sean-moore ).
This event is being graciously sponsored by Sean Moore, Carleton Centre for Community Innovation and The School of Public Policy and Administration - Master of Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership.
If you require further information please contact Sandy Jones.
Coordinator, MPNL Community Connections
Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership (School of Public Policy and Administration)
Carleton Centre for Community Innovation (3ci)
1125 Colonel By Drive
River Building, Room 5123
Ottawa, Ontario, K1S 5B6