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Citizen Lobby TTIP 26/02/2015 -> 2016. Introduction Goal: Citizen lobby – act as a citizen Why: Importance of local politics You pay your tax. You don’t.

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1 Citizen Lobby TTIP 26/02/2015 -> 2016

2 Introduction Goal: Citizen lobby – act as a citizen Why: Importance of local politics You pay your tax. You don’t relate on the state. You serve your community. Why doesn’t parliament ever focus on your needs?

3 How to contact your local MP STEP 1  Researching your local MP - who you MP is -what their contact details are  Political landscape: -The federal parliament -The senate -The Walloon Parliament -The Brussels Parliament -The Flemish Parliament -The German Parliament -The Federation Wallonia Brussels

4 Namur:MRPS -David Clarinval -Stéphanie Thoron -Jean-Marc Délizée -Gwenaelle Grovonius CDHEcolo -Benoit DispaGeorges Gilkinet Luxembourg:MRPS - Benoit Piedboeuf- Sebastien Pirlot CDH -Benoit Lutgen -Isabelle Poncelet

5 Liège: MRPS -Caroline Cassart-Mailleux -Gilles Foret -Kattrin Jadin -Philippe Goffin -Luc Gustin -Frédéric Daerden -Willy Demeyer -Julie Fernandez -André Frédéric -Alain Mathot CDHEcolo -Vanessa Matz -Melchior Wathelet - Muriel Gerkens

6 Hainaut:MRPS -Olivier Chastel -Denis Ducarme -Jean-Jacques Flahaux -Benoit Friart -Richard Miller -Philippe Blanchart -Paul-Oliver Delannois -Laurent Devin -Elio Di Rupo -Eric Massin -Özlem Özen -Daniel Senesael -Eric Thiébaut -Fabienne Winckel CDHEcolo -Christian Brotcorne -Catherine Fonck - Jean-Marc Nollet

7 MRPS -Emmanuel Burton -Sybille de Coster-Bachau -Vincent Scourneau -Stéphane Crusnière CDHEcolo -Marcel Cheron Brabant Wallon:

8 Bruxelles: MRPS -Philippe Pivin -Françoise Schepmans -Damien Thiéry -Sophie Wilmès -Nawal Ben Hamou -Emi Kir -Ahmed Laaouej -Karine Lalieux -Laurette Onkelinx CDHEcolo -Georges Dallemagne -Francis Delpérée -Benoit Hellings -Zakia Kattabi

9 NVACD&V -Inez De Coninck -Renate Hufkens -Jan Spooren -Kritien Van Vaerenbergh -Hendrik Vuye -Sonja Becq -Els Van Hoof -Eric Van Rompuy SP.AGroen -Hans Bonte -Karin Jiroflée -Anne Dedry Open VLD -Patricia Ceysens -Dirk Janssens -Luk Van biesen -Tim Vandenput Vlaams Brabant

10 NVACD&V -Karolien Grosemans -Werner Janssen -Peter Luykx -Wouter Raskin -Veerle Wouters -Wouter Beke -Veerle Heerlen -Raf Terwingen SP.AOpen VLD -Meryame Kitir -Peter Vanvelthoven -Patrick Dewael -Nele Lijnen Limburg:

11 Antwerpen:NVACD&V -Rita Bellens -Peter De Roover -Bart de Wever -Sophie De Wit -Zuhal Demir -Johan Klaps -Koen Metsu -Yoleen Van Camp -Robert Van de Velde -Valerie Van Peel -Bert Wollants -Nahima Lanjri -Griet Smaers -Jef Van Den Bergh -Servais Verherstraeten SP.AOpen VLD -Monica De Coninck -Maya Detiège -David Geerts -Dirk Van Mechelen -Franck Wilrycx Groen -Meyrem Almaci -Kristof Calvo

12 NVACD&V -Siegfried Bracke -Peter Buysrogge -Christophe d’Haese -Peter Dedecker -Sarah Smeyers -Goede Uyttersprot -Sarah Claerhout -Leen Dierick -Stefaan Vercamer -Veli Yuksel Open VLDSP.A -Katja Gabriels -Egbert Lachaert -Ine Somers -Carina Van cauter -Fatma Pehlivan -Karin Temmerman -Dirk Van der Maelen Groen -Stefaan Van Hecke -Evita Willaert Oost Vlaanderen

13 West Vlaanderen CD&VNVA -Hendrik Bogaert -Franky Demon -Roel Deseyn -Nathalie Muylle -An Capoen -Koenraad Degroote -Daphné Dumery -Rita Gantois -Jan Vercammen -Brecht Vermeulen SP.AOpen VLD -Alain Top -Johan Vande Lanotte -Ann Vanheste -Sabien Lahaye-Battheu -Vincent Van Quickenborne Groen -Wouter De vriendt

14 Walloon Parliament http://www.parlement- wallon.be/pwpages?p=compositio n_choix

15 Brussels Parliament http://www.parlbruparl.irisnet.be/

16 Flemish Parliament http://www.vlaamsparlement.be/vp/index.html

17 STEP 2  Writing the letter Personal Words Don’t forget your references Spelling  Video www.ted.com/talks/lang/eng/omar_ahmad_political_change_with_pen_and_paper.htm www.ted.com/talks/lang/eng/omar_ahmad_political_change_with_pen_and_paper.htm  Positive response = Ask for a meeting  Negative response = Try again (another letter, phone call,…)

18 Key points: - Transparency now - A democratic process - No ISDS - No regulatory cooperation council - No deregulation of standards - No further deregulation and privatisation of public services - The promotion of humane and environmentally sustainable agricultural - Public authorities must keep the political power - No restrictions on international and European Human rights standards

19 5 keys components to effective lobbying from individuals: -Directness and specificity -Timing -Exploiting MPs' constituency obligations -Building a relationship and making regular contact -Thinking of long-term, national goals; communicating short-term, local goals

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21 STEP 3  The meeting Briefing with Greenpeace before Feedback Conclusion?

22 Meeting Once a month!  26/03/2015 To do : -Sign petition -Writing a personal letter -Stimulate most people as possible


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