PRE ORDER -- Brexit Handbook: Management of Civil Society for Embassies and Diplomats

PRE ORDER -- Brexit Handbook: Management of Civil Society for Embassies and Diplomats

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The Brexit Handbook provides evidence why it is essential for diplomats and governments to lead on matters of their people and country in a more public facing role, providing a sense of calm and clarity that strategically places the people first. Restoring leadership will foster better response and higher level of communication that is currently absent in how governments operate within a multi-ethnic world.

The handbook will not discuss hypothetical matter of points to avoid speculations on areas that depend on political discussions and negotiations that are likely to change. Instead, our focus on the matter of Brexit concentrates solely on the management of stakeholder relationships for diplomats and governments at local, national and international level.

The handbook offers to:

  • present options for diplomats to consider how to preserve dignity and maintain historical relationships during and after the Brexit transition;

  • demonstrate that global diplomats have a great opportunity to take lead in reducing tensions, including social tension, financial concerns, and prejudice, violence, and xenophobia - that have emerged from Brexit;

  • advice on how to improve national image on a public level;

  • focus how to best manage these tensions and create a sense of calm and stability for those affected by Brexit;

  • identify core needs of diplomats and governments in the aftermath of the referendum

  • assist diplomats in their roles as community leaders, project organisers, and communicators;

  • provide insights on how diplomats can be more responsive as part of preventive diplomacy measures;

  • consider how diplomats can become more responsive and better represent the needs of their people and improve the image of their country during this turbulent time; and,

  • establish embassies as effective links between the people and government that will ultimately strengthen over time and lead to progress.