Open source guide 2021
Understand your rights and feel empowered to vote as an EU citizen voter during the postponed 2021 election cycle.
Together with a coalition of partners working on get out the vote campaigns this election cycle, we have created the first tailor made open source election guide.
What is an open source document?
As an open source document anybody is free to use, study, suggest modifications and distribute the election guide for any purpose.
We chose the open source approach to bring all partners working in the field close together and lower the barriers to speedy collaboration.
Each slide acts as a stand alone infographic explaining a different aspect of the election cycle and your rights as an EU voter.
Slides are specifically designed for sharing on Facebook and Instagram.
Please note: the contribution window has now closed, but you are still able to view and share the guide.
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How to use the guide
A video walk through on how to use the guide. Recorded as part of the EU Citizens Politics Festival programme of events.
London Mayoral Debate
On 30 March 2021, we hosted the first mayoral debate in London ahead of the UK elections. Watch Polish Londoners ask questions to representatives and candidates from all major political parties. This event was hosted in partnership with Polish Migrants Organise for Change (POMOC) and Polonia Express.
Catherine West MP, Shadow Minister for Europe and the Americas, Labour Party
Adrian Hyyryläinen-Trett, London Assembly Candidate, Liberal-Democrats Party
Harini Iyengar, Lead London Assembly Candidate, Women’s Equality Party
Louise Calland, London Assembly Candidate for Merton and Wandsworth, Conservative Party
Marijn van de Geer, London Assembly Candidate for Ealing and Hillingdon, Green Party