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Could the MEPs help citizens become more involved in the EU?

21 May 2019

In the EU, the latest political changes show that voters are more eager to lend their support to nationalistic rather than pro-European parties. These are the people who Brussels needs to address through concrete, people-focused narratives.

The ten-year internal EU crisis has led to a deepening of the split between more liberal and progressive political groups and their conservative and populistic opponents. The divides concern not only the economic or social well-being but also value and identity issues.

The upcoming elections and next EP term will require from EU officials and politicians clear decisions on how to communicate EU values and politics to the public without antagonising different groups of citizens or discouraging voters.

However, successful communication with citizens may not be easy as the Brussels elites rarely represent mixed and contradictory attitudes which may be found among the EU citizenry.

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Magdalena Wnuk

Academic researcher, policy analyst and project manager. As an analyst at MamPrawoWiedziec.pl she has published texts regarding public policies and legislation. Since March 2018 Magdalena is coordinating a new project Jawny Lobbing with a focus on lobbying in Poland. She holds a PhD in history from the Polish Academy of Sciences.

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