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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