Are you prepared for the EU elections?

Are you prepared for the EU elections?

In this blog, we explore how you can stay informed and engaged in the lead up to the EU elections.

The clock is ticking as the European Union’s 27 member states gear up for the crucial European Parliament elections scheduled between 6 and 9 June 2024. With newly elected MEPs set to influence the course of the EU for the next five years, it’s vital you stay well-prepared for what lies ahead.

Engaging with EU institutions: insights from experts

On Tuesday, 7 November, DeHavilland hosted its first of several events in the lead up to the EU elections: How to engage with EU institutions during the election period, providing valuable advice to public affairs and policy professionals on:

  • Collaborating with EU officials: covering effective strategies for working with EU officials to ensure your voice is heard.
  • Staying informed about staff changes: crucial to understand the potential impacts on your stakeholders.
  • Preparing for the new legislative term: with insights into the legislative priorities that will shape EU policy for the next five years.
  • Activities in Brussels in the run-up to the elections: the discussions taking place in Brussels in the lead-up to the elections.

Watch the event here.

Exclusive EU elections coverage: be prepared and stay ahead of the curve

DeHavilland is your go-to for exclusive coverage leading up to the EU elections. Our policy experts are committed to providing you with in-depth insights into the policies, people and processes that will shape the next eight months and beyond. We are offering exclusive access to our content and activities, which includes:

  • Commission priorities: stay informed about the key priorities of the European Parliament.
  • Key candidates: gain insight into the candidates striving for positions in the European Parliament. Understanding their position on policy will be essential for driving effective engagement.
  • Manifesto comparisons: As manifestos are released, we will analyse and compare where parties differ and priorities lay.
  • Updates on the Spitzenkandidat process: though contentious, this process is still a consideration for the election of the next president of the European Commission. Our team will track how important it remains in 2024 and its impact on selections.
  • Exclusive events: don’t miss out on exclusive events, designed to provide you with the tools to engage effectively with EU institutions.

Now is the time to take action – be prepared for what’s to come and stay ahead of the curve by signing-up to receive exclusive coverage on the EU elections.


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