Criminology AC 4.3 - Pressure Group Campaigns

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What is a Pressure Group?
An organisation which will campaign for changes in the law or for new policies to be introduced to approach areas such as crime
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Give an example of a Pressure Group Campaign
British Lung Foundation
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What does the British Lung Foundation aim to do?
Prevent lung disease by campaigning for positive change in the UK's lung health
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What does the British Lung Foundation raise awareness about?
Lung disease, the dangers that cause it, and how to look after your lungs
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Give an example on how one of their recent campaigns caused a change in policy development
Ran a petition which secured 50,000 signatures in 2011 and later presented it to the PM
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What came from the BLF campaign?
A ban on smoking in cars with children,and a ban on smoking in public places.
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