Letmevote UK is part of Letmevote EU, an independent citizens' group promoting active citizenship in the EU. We promote voter registration and participation of all EU citizens, including mobile EU citizens, who live and work in other EU countries than the one they come from. We believe in a Europe of the people, of engaged citizens, and of active communities.
EU citizens have the right to vote in the London Mayor and London Assembly Elections 2016. Registration deadline is 18 April 2016. Will London citizens elect a pro-Brexit candidate or vote for continued cooperation with European partners?
EU citizens in the UK cannot vote in the EU referendum on 23 June 2016 but they can campaign and make their voice heard in their communities. We strongly encourage EU citizens to campaign in their local communities, schools, workplaces and online.
LetmevoteUK has issued a joint statement with other leading EU organisations in the UK expressing concern why some EU voters were not able to vote in EP2014.
The Green 10 are ten of the largest environmental organisations and networks active on the European level. They have published their top10 demands for the 2014 EP election.
The Spring Alliance brings together stakeholders from environmental, social and development organizations and trade unions.
The European Green Party is a transnational political party having as its members Green parties from European countries .
The Party of European Socialists (PES) brings together the Socialist, Social Democratic and Labour Parties of the European Union (EU). Here is their election manifesto.
The European People’s Party (EPP) is the political family of the centre-right in the European Parliament. The EPP Party Platform is the core programme of the party outlining their main values.
Ahead of the EP2014 Elections the European Youth Forum has launched its LoveYouthFuture Pledges, which show how the EU can love its young people, both now and in the future.
The EWL’s Manifesto “Act now for her future, commit to gender equality!” comprises the main demands of the European Women’s Lobby, the largest umbrella organisation of women’s associations in the EU.
EPHA is Europe’s leading NGO advocating for better health. In its Manifesto forEP2014 EPHA calls on political parties and individual MEP candidates to rank health and well-being as high as possible.
The pan-European anti-racist network ENAR have published their Top 7 demands for EP2014 – they also work to ensure hate speech is reported when used in election campaigns.
The European Disability Forum is an independent NGO that represents the interests of 80 million Europeans with disabilities. This outlines its manifesto for EP2014.
COFACE is convinced that the European Parliament does have power in a large number of important areas that impact our everyday lives, and those of families living in Europe.