Take action: Members of Inclusion Europe

 

By simultaneous action in all EU Member States, we can send a strong message to the new European Parliament.

As the representation of people with intellectual disabilities and their families in your country,
make sure that your national MEP candidates know about expectations of our constituency:

 

Meet your MEP candidates 

  • Talk to your national MEP candidates about the demands of people with intellectual disabilities and their families.
    Tell them about our elections manifesto. You can find it in all EU languages.
    Ask them to make their campaign accessible.
  •  Invite MEP candidates to your events as speakers or participants.
  • Get your local associations involved. They can meet with the MEP candidates from their city or region.
  • Send a letter and our elections manifesto to those candidates you cannot meet in person.
  • Address them on their official Social Media sites and ask them to support the campaign.

Learn more about the main political groups in European Parliament and their affiliation.

 

Get the word out

This is an excellent opportunity to make everyone in your country aware of the rights of people with intellectual disabilities to take part in political and public life.

  • Talk to the media about the rights of people with intellectual disabilities to take part in elections.
  • Use your website, Social Media and other ways of communication.
    When you Tweet or post on Facebook, use the official hashtag of the European elections #EP2014.


Let us know about your activities

In the run-up to the European elections, we will keep everyone informed about the activities of our members in the 'News section' of this website and through a special newsletter.

  • Tell us about your meetings with MEPs and other campaign activities: send a flash report to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .
  • Tag us in your Tweets and Facebook posts.

 

If you need any support in your European elections campaign, do not hestiate to contact theThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .