Get Involved

If you live in Portugal, Spain, France, the United Kingdom, Belgium, the Netherlands, Germany, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Austria, Hungary, Bulgaria, Romania, or Greece, you can get in contact with the logistics officers of the European Caravans, that will be travelling across these countries from the 25th April until 4th May 2014, in order to meet them on their routes!

You can push your local authority, such as Mayors and City councils, your national elected representatives, your current Member of the European Parliament or candidates to the next EU elections 25th May 2014 to endorse the Citizens Manifesto and pledge to it. You can also endorse the Manifesto yourself.

Reach out to civil society organizations and media that may partner in this advocacy campaign

You can help us map local struggles across Europe and amplify their voices by sending us information on them.

You can submit any best practice report, or research findings on any of the themes of the Citizens Pact or on missing themes to e.dalibot[at]euroalter[dot]com

If you’re skilled in languages, contact us to translate the Citizens Manifesto introduction in your language

If you have video making or video editing skills and would like to help telling the story of the Citizens Pact and the European Caravans, get in contact with our video coordinator Severine at s.lenglet[at]euroalter[dot]com

To help us spread the word on the Citizens Manifesto (text and video)and join the network, you can like European Alternatives on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, tweet with #Citizenspact and #EUdemocracynow, or sign up to become a member.

Last but not least, you can make something concrete to start with and sign the European Initiative on Media Freedom, one of the practical proposals we will take to Brussels.


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