Facilitation

Looking to host a special event, policy briefing, or press conference in Ottawa? The Rideau Institute will make sure your event is a success by engaging and attracting the right decision makers and opinion leaders.

We will work with you to identify your policy goals, and then create an event and policy meetings to help advance your agenda, educate decision makers and opinion leaders about the issue, or just make your organization and its important work better known in Ottawa

Expert Roundtables:

Share your policy concerns and gain valuable insight, and make important connections through expert roundtables between decision makers and your organization’s leadership and experts.


VIP events:

Special events such as luncheon briefings and gala dinners can raise your organization’s profile and promote your views to the Ottawa policy community.

Book Launches:

Earn media coverage while networking with journalists and Members of Parliament as you publicize your latest book.

Parliamentary briefings and meetings:

Bring your concerns and proposals directly to decision makers through briefings on the Hill, and one-on-one meetings with Members of Parliament responsible for your issues.


Press conferences and media appearances:

Reach Canada’s opinion leaders through press conference, editorial board meetings and interviews. The Rideau Institute can win coverage for your report, place opinion columns in daily newspapers, or organize your press conference in Ottawa for the National Press Gallery.




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