The UK will elect 73 MEPs to the European Parliament on 22 May 2014. Immigration and race equality will be important and possibly divisive election issues. It is vital that registered voters from all race, nationality, ethnicity, religious and faithgroups cast their vote. Members of UKREN and like-minded race equality organisations are arranging activities to question prospective MEPs on their race equality and immigration stances, and mobilise voters. This website will share information on NGO activities, policy papers about the elections and communication materials, with race equality as the focus.
Pre-election activities with a race equality or immigration focus. Click on the event or the pin for details