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How to Work with the EU Institutions

A Practical Guide to Successful Public Affairs in the EU

Edited by Alan Hardacre
Format: Paperback / softback
Publisher: John Harper Publishing, London, United Kingdom
Published: 8th Sep 2020
Dimensions: w 185mm h 246mm
ISBN-10: 1838089810
ISBN-13: 9781838089818
Barcode No: 9781838089818
Synopsis
The impacts of EU legislation are now felt in a host of sectors, and not just in the EU Member States. Changes to the rules laid down in Brussels can have worldwide and serious impacts for governments, businesses and consumers. In this systematic and practical handbook, Brussels public affairs practitioners show how stakeholders can improve their chances of successfully influencing the legislation that matters to them. The book is full of real-world insights, timelines for how legislation is adopted, checklists of key points and actions, flowcharts and explanatory diagrams. Section 1, which takes a comprehensive approach to public affairs management, reviews innovative methods for building influence, setting issue priorities, employing IT tools, communicating with the news media, attracting a social media following, and advancing issues through third-country advocacy. Section 2 helps the reader apply these strategies to dealings with EU institutions. It covers the roles of the European Commission, Parliament and EU Councils, following Ordinary Legislative Procedure, and working with Delegated and Implementing Acts. Section 3 sums up the various insights from contributors and provides guidance for successful EU advocacy. Note: This book can be read as a standalone or in conjunction with How the EU Institutions Work: Your handbook and guide to EU decision-making (ISBN 9781838089801), which is a foundation text explaining how the EU institutions work together in the legislative process. Who is the book for? Public affairs professionals working with EU decision-making Stakeholders affected by EU legislation, including NGOs, federations and businesses Students and young professionals looking to work in EU public affairs Academic and training courses on EU decision-making and public affairs Member State national and regional government officials dealing with EU legislation Stakeholders and officials in non-Member States impacted by EU legislation Law firms in the EU arena Libraries with interests in EU institutions and lobbying in general

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