“We know that our archaeological treasures are irreplaceable and we are determined to protect them. Our planning reforms will build on the strong protections already in place. Our deal with the EU means archaeologists can make short trips to the UK without work permits, and their qualifications will be recognised.”
Kenneth Aitchison’s presentation on lobbying in the Political Strategies for the EAA? session at the European Association of Archaeologists‘ annual conference in Glasgow is now online. Lobbying is not a well understood phrase. It is often vaguely and loosely understood as an easy buzzword that will somehow magically allow you to make friends and influence people. But […]
Kenneth Aitchison has been granted the status of an accredited lobbyist (“interest representative”) to the European Parliament. This means that Landward Research Ltd can formally present clients’ views to the European Commission, Council and Parliament in order to influence policy-making on their behalf.