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The Good Lobbyist's Guide: A Complete Handbook for New Zealanders
Exisle Publishing Limited, 2003.
In New Zealand, democracy means more than simply voting in a general election every three years. Everyone has a right to express their opinions to the government and attempt to influence new legislation. Lobbying is a vital part of the democratic process, but most people don’t know where to start. Which politician should they approach? What is the best way of going about it? How do you become an effective lobbyist?
In this practical handbook, former MP Annabel Young explains how to approach MPs, when and where to do so, and how to ensure that you get your message across effectively. Whether you want to lobby your MP as an individual or with others as a group, Annabel Young provides sound advice on how best to achieve your objectives. She also outlines what other avenues of government might be available to you, including the crucially important select committees and the Regulations Review committee.
The Good Lobbyist’s Guide will also be invaluable to professional lobbyists, lawyers, public servants, special interest groups, and official bodies, and to anyone who is required to make representations to MPs, ministers, and select committees.
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