Table of contents for How to lobby at intergovernmental meetings / by Felix Dodds with Michael Strauss.


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[a]Contents
Contributors 3
Acknowledgements and Thanks 4 
Preface	5 
Foreword: Henrique B. Cavalcanti 
Executive Summary
[b]SECTION 1: So Why is This Important to My Organization?
Introduction 
Why Attend a UN Commission, Convention Conference or Summit Meeting	
[b]SECTION 2: International Context
Recent History: Evolving Stakeholder Involvement 						
[b]SECTION 3: Preparation And How to Be Effective 
Tools to Prepare: Scenario Building and SWOT Analyses 
National Preparations	
Global Preparations 
Innovations							
How to Attend and Participate in UN Meetings	
How to be Effective	
The Negotiations - Some Tips 
NGO / Stakeholder Papers & Statements	
Structure of a Document 
So You Want to be an Activist? 
Agreements, Charters, Conventions, Declarations, Protocols and Treaties 
The World of Brackets	
Terms in Negotiations 
A Quick Guide to Jargon and Acronyms 
Media Campaigning 
[b]SECTION 4: How to Get There and Where to Stay 
Getting Around Geneva and New York				
Staying in Geneva and New York		
[b]SECTION 5: Important Information 
Permanent Missions in Geneva and New York 
	Maps of the UN in Geneva and New York 
UN Addresses in Geneva and New York	 			
Useful Web Resources					
List of Key Countries to Lobby 
NGO Issue Caucuses and Stakeholder Groups	
[b]SECTION 6: UN Conferences and Commissions 
UN Commissions 
UN Conferences and Summits 
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: International agencies, Lobbying