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Become a multiplier for the next municipal elections in June 2023

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Publié le mardi 24 janvier 2023

The European Migration Network Luxembourg from the Faculty of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences supports the awareness raising campaign “Je peux voter” by offering training to multipliers. If you are at least 18 years old, living in Luxembourg and interested in elections and civil participation, this may be for you.

The next municipal elections will take place on 11 June 2023 in Luxembourg. Participating in the election is taking the opportunity to choose the municipal councillors who will defend your interests and those of your municipality the next 6 years.

Did you know that non-Luxembourgers have the possibility of voting in these elections provided they register on the electoral lists? In order to motivate young people to participate in the upcoming elections, The Ministry of Family Affairs, Integration and the Greater Region has launched an information and awareness campaign named "I can vote".

If you are interested in raising awareness and motivation among your individual network to register on the electoral lists, you can join the multiplier training organised by the European Migration Network Luxembourg of the Faculty of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences together with the CEFIS asbl.  As a multiplier, you will be able to raise awareness and inform your community, your relatives, your colleagues, the residents of your municipality about political participation and municipal elections.

Interested?

What are we offering? 3 hour face-to-face training
When? 15 February 2023 from 15.00 to 18.00
Where? University of Luxembourg, Belval Campus
In what language? In French and/or in English
Number of persons: up to 15 persons
Participation is free of charge, food and drinks will be provided

Register for the multiplier training

I can vote campaign