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Charity Insight Contributor
Published 15 September 2011

Do you need to shape government policy or persuade ministers to hear your case?

Our panel debate what is needed to influence the influential.

Q1. I want to change a government policy. Where do I start?

Q2. Who should I lobby in parliament and how do I get to them?

Q3. Is it true that there is strength in numbers or can you lobby for change as a sole organisation?

Q4. Do we need to use a professional lobbying organisation?

Q5. Is it a case of mutual back-scratching? Politicians will do something for us if we do something for them?

Q6. Do you have any advice/top tips to share that are not covered within the above questions?

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