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<span id="title-refEl-2483">A Summer of Training Workshops for NonProfits</span>

A Summer of Training Workshops for NonProfits

July 11, 2011; Mark Buzan's PR and Public Affairs Spot on the Web: Summer's here and what a better time to for your nonprofit organisation or association to take stock of its training needs in media relations, social media, and lobbying.  With school back, new demands

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<span id="title-refEl-2231">Good Cop vs. Bad Cop NonProfit Lobbying</span>

Good Cop vs. Bad Cop NonProfit Lobbying

June 24, 2011 – Mark Buzan's PR and Public Affairs Spot on the Web: For a long time, I have encountered a common theme in nonprofit and cause based associations when it comes to NGO advocacy and nonprofit lobbying: emotional appeal.  This is normal.  To be

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<span id="title-refEl-2254">NonProfits Need to Still Lobby the New Official Opposition</span>

NonProfits Need to Still Lobby the New Official Opposition

May 30, 2011; Mark Buzan's PR and Public Affairs Spot on the Web: Last week, the cabinet was announced and the Parliament is shaping up even more as the Leader of the Official Opposition, Jack Layton, announced his shadow cabinet on Thursday. While many will argue that

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<span id="title-refEl-2242">Canada’s New Cabinet Ministers: A call to renew NonProfit Lobbying</span>

Canada’s New Cabinet Ministers: A call to renew NonProfit Lobbying

May 20, 2011; Mark Buzan's PR and Public Affairs Spot on the Web: Earlier this week, Prime Minister Harper announced the cabinet of the 41st Parliament following the election of last month.  If you read my last posting on what the election meant for the

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<span id="title-refEl-2213">Election 2011: What does it mean for NonProfit Lobbying?</span>

Election 2011: What does it mean for NonProfit Lobbying?

May 3, 2011; Mark Buzan's PR and Public Affairs Spot on the Web: Well it's over!  The Canadian federal election has produced a Conservative Party majority in the House of Commons, the New Democratic Party has been elected as the Official Opposition for the first

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<span id="title-refEl-1916">4 ways nonprofits can leverage elections as grassroots lobbying opportunities</span>

4 ways nonprofits can leverage elections as grassroots lobbying opportunities

Elections are a great opportunity to mobilize your nonprofit's grassroots April 9, 2011; Mark Buzan's PR and Public Affairs Spot on the Web: Canada is in the midst of a federal election.  If your non-profit organisation or association has been smart, you've been building up your

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<span id="title-refEl-1883">Reconnecting with Government Officials and Lobbying Contacts for Non-Profit Organizations</span>

Reconnecting with Government Officials and Lobbying Contacts for Non-Profit Organizations

March 18, 2011; Mark Buzan's PR and Public Affairs Spot on the Web - About a month back, I demonstrated some examples of the contacts I maintain with senior government officials.  On February 16, 2011, I attended a very interesting breakfast session held by the Ottawa

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<span id="title-refEl-1648">Reconnecting with Members of Parliament and Political Contacts</span>

Reconnecting with Members of Parliament and Political Contacts

February 1, 2011; Mark Buzan's PR & Public Affairs Spot on the Web: I attended a good 'ole fashioned political rally on January 23, 2011 in Ottawa, Ontario held by the Conservative Party of Canada marking their 5th year in office.  Those who follow Canadian politics know

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One’s "Contacts" are not the sole indicator of Government Relations Success

What counts more for you in developing effective government relations: the level of contacts one has or the basis of understanding one has for the political process? Over the years of working with associations in advancing their cause before government, one of the common threads

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<span id="title-refEl-274">Learn more about the Chief Magnifying Officer, Mark Buzan</span>

Learn more about the Chief Magnifying Officer, Mark Buzan

So Why Hire Action Strategies' Mark Buzan?

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