Lobbying is a complex balancing act of power, people and procedures. This part looks at the key questions any lobbying strategy must address: who to lobby, how, about what and when. Each answer is given from a practical point of view, with facts & stats, tips and anecdotes.
Facebook, YouTube, Twitter...social media tools are changing the way in which people communicate and participate. What is the current EU landscape, at institution and politicians levels? Have lobbyists entered the 'iLobby' age? Part 2 answers these questions and sets out the golden rules for EU2.0.
Why is each week coloured differently on the European Parliament calendar? How should an amendment be presented? What's a 4-column document? You will find this information as well as a comparative table of the different readings in co-decision, a web 2.0 glossary and more in part 3.