Carenen convincingly illustrates that theologically conservative Protestants had become the new mainstream in American Protestantism by the 1980s, as declining membership and political influence among liberal Protestant denominations opened the door to evangelical political lobbying
on behalf of Israel.
Although senior officials declined to name the 15 cities covered by the project -- to avoid political lobbying
-- insiders confirmed it would be the emerging second tier and three tier cities that would benefit.
Friends of the Earth Cymru's director Gordon James said: "RWE npower's green credentials are seriously undermined by its involvement in political lobbying
to weaken legislation aimed at cleaning up power stations.
is nothing new; nor is it intrinsically evil.
Scrutiny On plans for a new Metro line in Birmingham city centre A remarkable success in terms of political lobbying
, but is the scheme still relevant?
The new initiative to "clean the tobacco smoke from Chilean air" will use the strategies of advocacy, political lobbying
and information campaigns and, in this effort, has created a network of healthcare professionals, neighborhood organizations and representatives of women's organizations interested in tobacco control.
"So far, this is nothing more than political lobbying
in my view," said one equities analyst who declined to be named.
Anita Augsburg, the president, and Lida Heymann began publishing a monthly magazine, Die Frau im Staat, which documented the work of the groups including political lobbying
efforts and ran essays on women's issues and proposals for peaceful conflict solutions.
Reflecting on the campaign, Crozier believes engaging the community, political lobbying
, extensive communication, remaining positive--"even through the tough times"--staying in close contact with members to ensure their issues were heard, supporting delegates to be leaders, liaising with NZNO's DN section and professional staff, and developing a thick skin to deal with DHB management, were crucial success factors.
1979: At 46, Falwell founds the Moral Majority a political lobbying
group that would swell to 6.5 million members before disbanding in 1989.
The enthusiasm and organizational lessons learned in the CLC'S anti-scab political lobbying
efforts could be a valuable weapon in such a campaign.
When a physician uses the power of professionalism as a political lobbying
tool, is it ethical behavior or exploitation?