How do political parties campaign, and why does this differ from other kinds of campaigning? How do they decide what issues to campaign on, or what their policies are? What happens to the information political activists gather by door-knocking and phoning voters? What are the rules about political campaigning? What exactly is spin, how does it work, and will it always be with us? How are the parties using social media, and might this eventually replace more traditional campaign methods?
This 2-hour workshop answers these and many other questions, and offers participants the chance to develop a much better understanding of how political campaigning works.
What does it cost?
Commercial £25 per person + travel expenses
Public Sector (including trade unions) £20 per person + travel expenses
Charity, social enterprise and non-profit £15 per person
Please note that we normally require a minimum of 10 participants, and will charge for that number if you have fewer. Discounts are available for groups of 20 or more; please contact us to discuss this.
Prices include the tutor and all materials, including a pack of information. We ask you to provide the venue and refreshments.
To discuss your workshop choices, or to book, contact us either by email or by phone on 0113 234 6500.