Many civil society organisations have published great EP2014 manifestos and resources.

Many of these cooperate very actively with others on EU level on issues which are very relevant to Labour.

Here is a list of some interesting ones, if you are interested in policy areas which cannot afford to be discussed without taking European cooperation on them seriously:

European Anti-Poverty Network – EAPN Campaign for a Social Europe #electingchampions

Create an Age Friendly EU – Age Platform EU

European Federation of Public, Cooperative & Social Housing – CECODHAS Housing Europe

Confederation of Family Organisations in the European Union – Coface-  #familiesVote2014

EuroCarers – Election Manifesto

European Disabilities Forum @MyEDF

European Network Against Racicm –  ENAR -#NoHateEP2014 Campaign

European Public Health Alliance – EPHA

European Women’s Lobby (EWL) – EuropeanWomen #EP2014 #EuropeanWomensVoice #5050campaign


European Youth Forum

ILGA Europe – Come Out Campaign – EU Part of the International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association

Child Rights Manifesto – #childrightsmanifesto @childmanifesto

European Digital Rights – a campaign by 36  civil rights organisations and activists Pledge by citizens to vote for candidates who stand up for digital rights

Royal Society for the Protection of Animals

Eurogroup for Animals (RSPCA are members, as are other UK animal protection charities)