The Westminster election on Thursday 12 December 2019 provides a platform to send a message to political parties regarding the future we want for young people in Northern Ireland.
Candidates and their teams will be meeting and addressing voters, giving the electorate the opportunity to communicate what is important to us. We can let politicians know that citizens want positive change, an education system which tackles division and builds a united community, and a programme for government which reflects that aspiration.
This section of the IEF website gives you more information about NI Westminster constituencies and candidates, and will be updated as the manifestos are published.
Know your constituency
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Click here to see the 102 Westminster Election 2019 Candidates
Click here to read the Westminster Election 2017 Manifestos – what they said then
Click here for some questions for politicians on your doorstep
The IEF is keen to help schools and supporters with campaigning – for example, in planning a hustings event, engaging with candidates or communicating with political parties.
If you would like any further information, help or guidance on engaging with politicians, contact Maddy Bridgman, Public Affairs and Advocacy Officer at 028 9069 4099 or firstname.lastname@example.org