Public Affairs and Lobbying – what is it good for?
May 24, hrs 13.00-14.00 CEST

In an age where citizens often believe themselves to be powerless and that the lobbying game is rigged in favour of the powerful, how might “good” lobbying might create more participation; make politics more accountable; or make democracies more responsive to the “ordinary” citizen.

Colleagues from our community are invited to this webinar to listen to and interact with the guest speaker Kelsey Beltz, The Good Lobby, Head of Partnerships and Education, together with Camilla Nothhaft, Lund University, Sweden; Anna Shavit, Charles University, Prague; Scott Davidson, University of Leicester, UK.

This webinar is linked to the EUPRERA network Public Affairs and Lobbying