Resources - Join the campaign!

2024 EU ELECTIONS - EWL’s Resources to join in the campaign

[Brussels, 7 February 2024] 2024 is a critical year for the future of the European Union! The 2024 elections are an opportunity to make your voice heard, have a say, and contribute to building the EU you want for your future.

Ensuring women’s rights and equality between women and men are at the heart of the next EU mandate requires mobilisation today.

The European Women’s Lobby calls upon every European to join in the campaigning efforts and makes available several campaigning resources.

Lobbying kit

EWL Lobbying Kit contains many resources and templates to use to campaign at national and European levels, including:

  • a pledge, addressed to 3 targets (EU elections candidates, the media and voters);
  • model advocacy letters addressed to 3 targets (national governments/leaders, EU elections candidates, the media);
  • a social media toolkit (with posts, visuals, tags and hashtags);
  • A FAQ etc.

Download it here.

The pledge

The EWL has created a quick way for candidates to the EU elections, voters or the media to show their support for EWL’s campaign and commit to advancing women’s rights: a pledge. EWL encourages the target audiences to sign the pledge and to circulate it as widely as possible.

Find the pledge here.


EWL’s EU elections manifesto, translated into 20 languages, includes all EWL’s key asks per topic of focus.

Download it here.

Easy To Read version of the manifesto

Easy-to-read is information that is written in a simple way so that all people can understand it. This Easy-to-read version focuses on “How Europe can become a better and safer place for women and girls”. It explains the situation of women and girls in Europe and what the European Union and its countries should do to protect and make better the rights of women and girls.

Download it here.

Together let’s fight sexism and put women’s rights at the core of European policies!

#EUelections2024 #FeministEurope

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