The Citizens Manifesto: demands for Europe
Concrete political proposals for change at EU, elaborated by European citizens through the Citizens Pact, a bottom-up participatory process, will be presented to Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) on 3 and 4 December in Brussels.
The Citizens Pact brings together a coalition of citizens and organisations joining in to advocate for concrete demands for the Europe they want to live in through the Citizens Manifesto, the outcome of this bottom-up participatory process, in view of the elections of the European Parliament next May.
After 3 years of a total of over 60 consultations with the citizenry across Europe and wide-spread presence on the street and online, the first draft of the Citizens Manifesto will be presented at the European Parliament so at to advocate for a new political and legislative agenda, covering, inter alia, civil rights, work and welfare to media freedom, migration and detention, finance.
The Citizens Pact is coordinated by European Alternatives.