YPFP #ElectionEssentials 2019
For the European Parliament elections taking place next year, YPFP Brussels together with Maximilian Rech of the ESSCA School of Management in Shanghai are planning to create a video campaign, '#ElectionEssentials 2019', where we meet key Members of the European Parliament and ask them your burning questions on the important political issues of the day. We ran a similar campaign in 2014 - check out the videos here:
We encourage all our members to shape the future of the EU by posing questions to MEPs from the the EPP, S&D, ECR, ALDE and Greens. Once we have received your questions, we will analyse all responses and pick a selection of different questions to ask. Each question will be asked to an MEP from each party, with their responses then filmed and shared across our social media channels during the run-up to the elections.
To submit your questions, please use the form below.
To make it easier for you to come up with questions, we will arrange questions into five specific themes:
2) Migration, security and defence
3) Future of the EU
4) Climate change
5) Providing opportunities and support for young people
This is a fantastic opportunity for you all to identify yourselves as young Europeans with a stake in the upcoming Europeans by asking key questions to politicians, raising your profile and your pertinent issues in the Brussels bubble and beyond.
Any questions about the project? Interested in helping us film MEPs answering the questions? Contact Kieran Watkins:
Question on Populism/nationalism
Question on migration, security and defence
Question on future of the EU
Question on climate change
Question on providing opportunities and support for young people
Please write your name and nationality
I give permission for YPFP Brussels to use my question and personal details (Name, nationality) for the #ElectionEssentials campaign, which may be used across our social media channels and communications material
Send me a copy of my responses.
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