Politicians and officials need input from a broad range of stakeholders so that they understand the impacts that their decisions will have and make the right choices. Understanding how the legislative process works, and when and how they can intervene to make their voice heard, is essential for stakeholders - whether they are business organisations, NGOs, Member State governments, local authorities, or businesses and governments from outside the EU.This book has been created by a team of experienced EU public affairs professionals to explain the interplay of the EU institutions, the different procedures and challenges of the Parliament, Commission and Council, and the steps that need to be taken by stakeholders to engage effectively and at the right time. Packed with real-world insights, timelines for how legislation is adopted, checklists of key points and actions, flowcharts and explanatory diagrams - this is a highly accessible resource for study, reference and planning. It is essential reading for anyone seeking to understand how Brussels really works.The book is designed for:* EU public affairs professionals * Students and young professionals looking to work in the Brussels bubble * Academic and training courses on EU institutions and decision-making * EU officials engaged in legislative procedures * National and regional government officials involved in EU legislation * Law firms in the EU arena * NGOs, federations and businesses working with the EU institutions * Non-EU governments, businesses and NGOs affected by EU legislation * Libraries with EU interests
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Alan Hardacre and Erik Akse are both currently active in EU public affairs, and lead a team of fellow practitioners.
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