Are you coming to the UN DPI NGO Conference and do you want to attend a workshop on How to Influence the SDG process going forward?

On the 28th August 1-3pm 

As part of the UN DPI NGO Conference I will be running a workshop:

 How to influence the 2015 development goals – workshop will give basic information on how to approach your advocacy strategy, how to engage delegations, how to work in capitals, how to work with the relevant UN bodies, some tricks of the trade.

If you want to attend the workshop is only for 30 people so you need to register soon. email me at felix (at) 

Organized by Felix Dodds Global Research Institute UNC and Chair of the 2011 UN DPI NGO Conference

'How to Lobby has been a great tool for the trade union movement. It has helped our members understand the intergovernmental process and therefore to be much more effective. This book is a must for anyone involved in international politics'
LUCIEN ROYER, Global Union's Director of Occupational, Health, Safety and

'Felix Dodds is the Milo Minderbender of the Stakeholder world' 

'Stakeholder Forum is a little-known organisation that has nevertheless been the source of many of the most hopeful initiatives at the summit (World Summit on Sustainable Development)' GEOFFREY LEAN, Independent on Sunday

'Civil society's efforts to advance the cause of sustainable development require clever, focused and long-term advocacy, by ever greater numbers of activists. 'Mine is a Cafe Latte' is an invaluable tool for anyone wishing to understand and contribute effectively to the competition of good ideas that intergovernmental meetings should be'
PAUL HOHNEN, former Strategic Director, Greenpeace International

"A genius for convincing the most sceptical legislator of the eminent reasonableness of the sustainable development case." 
former Secretary of State for the Environment


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