In light of the European Parliamentary elections on May 20-25, it’s becoming increasingly important to promote online voter participation and turnout among Europe’s youth. Based on this idea, and supported by all major European political parties, non-governmental organizations and volunteers have come together to assist in the production of Happy Voting, Europe’s first non-institutional and large-scale voter-turnout campaign, representing Europe’s diverse populations. It happens here: http://www.happyvoting.eu/

and with: #EvensFoundation #VoteInMay #EP2014 #HappyVoting #YoungVoters

In past European elections, a general lack of information on the elections and the issues at stake meant that around 70% of the European Union’s youth did not make use of their right to vote. As a consequence, the focus on young people’s needs and interests was alarmingly low.

The video is shared through a variety of channels, including social media sites, blogs, websites and media outlets. The campaign does not use advertisement tools and instead relies on volunteers to share the Happy Voting video.

We invite you to share this video as widely as possible to raise voting awareness through a non-partisan, interactive, positive and fun way. The goal is to get online discussions started about what future do the citizens want for the EU and how they can influence the decision-making process that affects their daily life.

 At the end of the day, we are the voice of those we represent!
#HappyVoting to you!

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