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Presentation from ECF Europe 2019 https://europe.ecampaigningforum.com

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  1. 1. Increasing your Voice Political Advocacy for a Nuclear Ban Xanthe Hall, IPPNW / Philipp Holz, ICAN
  2. 2. Disarmament from ‘below’ What happens when you need your government to change its policy, but you can’t get them to listen?
  3. 3. Increase your Voice USUAL TOOLS  Petition  Opinion poll  Social Media  and so on...
  4. 4. Increase your Voice TOOLS WE USE  Parliamentary Pledge  Cities Appeal  Federal State declarations  „Friends of the TPNW“
  5. 5. Parliamentary Pledge We have over 500 parliamentarians in:  Regional parliaments  Bundestag (national parliament)  European Parlament
  6. 6. Spreading the Pledge
  7. 7. Cities Appeal • 64 cities since February in Germany • of which 12 federal state capitals • 21% of the population is represented • Aim to get all state capitals and over 50% of population
  8. 8. Federal State declarations • Can take between one and two years of persistence • Get yourself invited to speak • Need a majority in regional govt, or one party needs to persuade others • Bremen (5.12.2017), Berlin (9.5.2019), Rheinland-Pfalz (22.8.2019)
  9. 9. Friends of the TPNW • MPs from across parties join together • Organise event with ICAN speaker • Cross-party parliamentary action
  10. 10. A Matter of Conscience Party line Conscience I #nuclearban
  11. 11. Find open Doors STRATEGY  Develop strategies for each political party – decide on focus  Listen to arguments of parties that oppose you and develop counter arguments for your supporters  Have a stand at party conferences with the Parliamentary Pledge ready to sign
  12. 12. ‘Follow my leader’ ;) STRATEGY  Look for leading politicians to make speeches supporting the nuclear ban  Use church leaders to speak to Christian democrats
  13. 13. Thanks for listening Please support the #nuclearban www.icanw.de Xanthe Hall, IPPNW | Philipp Holz, ICAN xanthe@ippnw.de | philipp@ican.berlin

Editor's Notes

  • Xanthe -> Usual tools
  • Philipp -> Friends of the TPNW
  • -> Spreading the Pledge

    Increases your voice within parliamentary parties
    A supportive MP will do the asking
    MPs in national parliament can ask MPs in regional or European parliaments to join
    MPs can ask their cities to support ICAN Cities Appeal
    Ask mayors of appeal cities to approach MPs in their city, especially Conservatives and Liberals
  • Xanthe -> End
    STRATEGY
    Matter of conscience
    Breaking down party politics
    Bringing on the individual level
    Parliamentary Pledge brings attention to topic on individual level, seeks support and commitment
    Cities Appeal adds voice of mayors and focusses on effects of nuclear weapons on cities
    Federal State declarations can be used in the Upper House as a „Bundesrat-Initiative“
    „Friends of the TPNW“ in Bundestag and European Parliament encourages cross-party initiatives

    Ask your signers to take a picture of them signing Pledge or cities appeal and post it on social media

  • Make sure party support translates into national party motions that commit them, should they be elected into government
  • Description

    Presentation from ECF Europe 2019 https://europe.ecampaigningforum.com

    Transcript

    1. 1. Increasing your Voice Political Advocacy for a Nuclear Ban Xanthe Hall, IPPNW / Philipp Holz, ICAN
    2. 2. Disarmament from ‘below’ What happens when you need your government to change its policy, but you can’t get them to listen?
    3. 3. Increase your Voice USUAL TOOLS  Petition  Opinion poll  Social Media  and so on...
    4. 4. Increase your Voice TOOLS WE USE  Parliamentary Pledge  Cities Appeal  Federal State declarations  „Friends of the TPNW“
    5. 5. Parliamentary Pledge We have over 500 parliamentarians in:  Regional parliaments  Bundestag (national parliament)  European Parlament
    6. 6. Spreading the Pledge
    7. 7. Cities Appeal • 64 cities since February in Germany • of which 12 federal state capitals • 21% of the population is represented • Aim to get all state capitals and over 50% of population
    8. 8. Federal State declarations • Can take between one and two years of persistence • Get yourself invited to speak • Need a majority in regional govt, or one party needs to persuade others • Bremen (5.12.2017), Berlin (9.5.2019), Rheinland-Pfalz (22.8.2019)
    9. 9. Friends of the TPNW • MPs from across parties join together • Organise event with ICAN speaker • Cross-party parliamentary action
    10. 10. A Matter of Conscience Party line Conscience I #nuclearban
    11. 11. Find open Doors STRATEGY  Develop strategies for each political party – decide on focus  Listen to arguments of parties that oppose you and develop counter arguments for your supporters  Have a stand at party conferences with the Parliamentary Pledge ready to sign
    12. 12. ‘Follow my leader’ ;) STRATEGY  Look for leading politicians to make speeches supporting the nuclear ban  Use church leaders to speak to Christian democrats
    13. 13. Thanks for listening Please support the #nuclearban www.icanw.de Xanthe Hall, IPPNW | Philipp Holz, ICAN xanthe@ippnw.de | philipp@ican.berlin

    Editor's Notes

  • Xanthe -> Usual tools
  • Philipp -> Friends of the TPNW
  • -> Spreading the Pledge

    Increases your voice within parliamentary parties
    A supportive MP will do the asking
    MPs in national parliament can ask MPs in regional or European parliaments to join
    MPs can ask their cities to support ICAN Cities Appeal
    Ask mayors of appeal cities to approach MPs in their city, especially Conservatives and Liberals
  • Xanthe -> End
    STRATEGY
    Matter of conscience
    Breaking down party politics
    Bringing on the individual level
    Parliamentary Pledge brings attention to topic on individual level, seeks support and commitment
    Cities Appeal adds voice of mayors and focusses on effects of nuclear weapons on cities
    Federal State declarations can be used in the Upper House as a „Bundesrat-Initiative“
    „Friends of the TPNW“ in Bundestag and European Parliament encourages cross-party initiatives

    Ask your signers to take a picture of them signing Pledge or cities appeal and post it on social media

  • Make sure party support translates into national party motions that commit them, should they be elected into government
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