... HERE if interested in learning and reading more about lobbying and networking practices in general.
...AER wants to ensure the visibility of regional interests on European level, to raise influence and impact of regions, to make and shape policy relevant to regions according their needs and interests, to provide useful and timely information to members.
... HERE about why institutional lobbying for regions is necessary.
...AER organises high visibility events to small and concise briefing sessions, show-casing and promoting the interests of the regions and explainging them to European decision makers.
=> Using AER's institutional channels, such as the Committee of the Regions or the Congress of Local and Regional Authorities of the Council fo Europe.
...AER uses collective actions and building issue-based coalitions with other networks and partners in order to ensure that there is a stronger alliance to promote AER's positions through position papers and joined events.
... HERE about Institutional Lobbying strategies and how the European Insititutions try to regulate European lobbying via its Transparency Register.
... about the target group of our activities HERE.