Diversity Votes for a Diverse Future in EU 24 elections
We would like to launch a campaign to increase the participation of youth, and not only this group, in democratic processes. To achieve this, we use various tools to promote voting as the best approach to promoting democracy. They say that nothing worth doing is easy. Like every one of us, I’ve had my bumps in the road. But if you ask me, I’ll always tell you that I wouldn’t change a thing. Why? Because throughout my journey I’ve honed my skills and proven that my services get results in the real world. So today, you can benefit from my years of experience.
They say that nothing worth doing is easy. Like every successful business, we’ve had our bumps in the road. But we wouldn’t change a thing. Why? Because throughout our journey we’ve honed our skills and put our services to the test in the real world, so our clients can benefit from our years of experience.We intend to achieve this by establishing a new network to produce campaign guidelines for first-time voters and to promote awareness of democratic participation and training through advocacy development. We want to raise awareness of the importance of the EU institutions by bringing together local youth with new citizens to develop campaign measures and increase the low percentage of voters at the EU level. The target group for this campaign are
1- New citizens./ 2- Youth between 16 to 27./ 3- Migrants and refugees with the possibility of obtaining citizenship shortly.
Lack of information about the voting process and the systems of the EU institutions. Increasing participation of minorities such as citizens with refugee and migrant backgrounds. It is a way to counteract rising populism. Ensuring equal access to democratic education and participation. Especially when we learn from federal statistics that around 180,000 people receive German citizenship every year. This means that around 1 million new voters need to be encouraged and informed about the European electoral system.
The Solution Approach
Providing educational materials on the topics of elections and the system of EU institutions.
Study sessions and the formation of local mixed groups to organize field actions. In addition, national/international networks should be set up that take part in field activities, with at least 30 NGOs and institutions.