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The CPA believes passionately that our employees are our most important asset. We offer a dynamic, friendly, supportive working environment where staff can be given the opportunities to grow and develop.
At CPA, we have invested heavily in our staff to provide them with the opportunity grow and develop, encouraging both formal and informal learning opportunities where they can flourish, keep learning and ultimately to deliver to their full potential. Continuous development of our staff is a priority and our efforts have been externally recognised through the attainment of the Investors in People Award (IiP). This internationally recognised accreditation is celebrated worldwide as a global benchmark of excellent people management and development and we are indeed proud of this achievement.
We also take care of our colleagues’ well-being by providing a comprehensive benefits package such as private medical insurance, as well as a range of support for physical, mental and financial wellbeing through our Employee Assistance Programme. This has enabled staff to feel supported valued as part of the CPA family. We are proud of our open and inclusive culture, where everyone is motivated to be their best and encouraged to inspire and learn from each other.
If you are looking to work for an leading international parliamentary-based organisation that strives for impact and change, come and join our team.
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The CPA is institutionalising a consistent and strategic partnerships approach to working with entities which draws on our unique parliamentary and good governance experience to innovatively respond to global challenges. Get in touch with us to find out more about our Partnership Framework.
Our partners differ in size, structure, geographical reach, financial strength, and core capabilities. At CPA, our preferred approach is to co-develop solutions which address our Parliamentarians and their staff’s needs. We formalise our relationship with our partners through Partnership Agreements, under which both parties voluntarily and collaboratively agree to work together to achieve a common purpose or undertake a specific task and to share the risks, responsibilities, rewards, and benefits. Ownership of results would be determined by the specific partnership arrangements within the Partnership Agreement. While partnership models can vary greatly and exist at many levels, at CPA, we concentrate on the following broad categories, which are not mutually exclusive:
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If you wish to attend any physical CPA event or activity, Members must submit expressions of interests through their designated Branch Secretary in the first instance. The CPA Headquarters Secretariat will not accept unsolicited requests for attendance without approval/notification via the Branch Secretary or Branch President.
Where virtual online meetings take place, Members may apply directly to the CPA Headquarters, but are encouraged to notify their Branch Secretary in advance.
Some CPA activities are open to non-Members to attend such as virtual webinars and conferences as observers, panellists, or for logistical support. To find out about these events, sign up to our mailing list or visit the events page.
The Parliamentarian offers fantastic opportunities for advertising, from international brands to conference promotion and international organisations. The publication is read by Members of Parliament, Parliamentary staff and officials and individual subscribers across the Commonwealth. To advertise in The Parliamentarian or the annual Country Profiles please contact the Editor via +44 (0)20 7799 1460 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
More information on The Parliamentarian can be found here.
PUBLICATION DATES (Four issues per year): End March, June, August, December. Country Profiles produced annually in July/August/September before annual conference.
COPY: Digital copy preferred. Adverts should be sent via email as high-resolution pdf or jpeg. Adverts should be saved in InDesign CS5.5 or later, Illustrator, Photoshop or as press-ready PDFs. Fonts must be supplied with all eps or tiffs. EPS’ and TIFs must be saved as CMYK at 300dpi. Illustrator EPS’ must have fonts converted to outlines. JPGs must be CMYK at 400dpi saved as medium compression. PDF proof included in folder sent is preferred. Proofs will not be supplied unless copy is made up or amended by the publisher and adequate time is allowed for proofs to be sent to the advertiser.
Full page bleed H 296 mm x W 208 mm
Full page print area H 274 mm x W 178 mm
Full page text area H 252 mm x W 178 mm
Half page horizontal H 126 mm x W 178 mm
Half page vertical H 193 mm x W 116 mm
COPY TO BE SENT TO: The Editor, Commonwealth Parliamentary Association, CPA Headquarters Secretariat, 1st Floor/Room 103/104, Richmond House, Houses of Parliament, London SW1A 0AA, United Kingdom TEL: 020 7799 1460. Email: email@example.com
All technical queries by email please. Terms of acceptance: all advertising material is subject to approval by the publisher and agreement by the advertiser to indemnify and protect the publisher from loss or expense on claims or suits based upon the contents or subject matter of the advertisement. This includes any suits for libel, copyright, plagiarism, infringement and unauthorized use of a person’s name or photograph. The publisher is not responsible for any errors in any copy supplied or for any loss or damage to such material.