WAYS YOU CAN JOIN IN
can do something to help the Fast Forward >> campaign for
Britain to replace its EU membership with a positive new deal with the EU based
on trade and
strength in numbers and the Democracy Movement's campaigns are so effective because
we have a wide network of support and there are many small ways to get involved.
If we all work together, however small the things we each do, collectively they
can make a huge difference.
join in! Below are some ideas for what you can do depending how much time you
It's free to register your support for campaign and get more involved if you choose.
The more supporters we have, the more people will hear our arguments and the greater
the chance of winning change if we get the in-out EU referendum David Cameron
has promised. We are registered with the Information Commissioner for data protection
and don't pass the personal details of our supporters to anyone else. There's
no further commitment to giving time or money. You will receive occasional updates
about our campaign by email if you give us your address and maybe by post. You
can register by clicking
up others who agree with you.
Encourage your friends, neighbours, relatives and workmates to register as supporters
of the Democracy Movement as well - anyone who agrees with you about the importance
of our campaigns.
involved in a local DM group.
DM branches organise a range of local activities, from letter-writing campaigns
and public meetings to leaflet distribution and info stalls in shopping centres.
Volunteers are always needed to take part in or even help arrange these activities.
Find out if there is a branch near you by clicking
us to set up a local group.
If there is no organised campaign in your area, help us to start one! Having local
groups active in every community across the country will be the key to applying
sufficient pressure for change on political decision-makers. To find out more,
contact us by clicking
The DM has no wealthy MEP or business backers and, unlike our opponents, we do
not receive taxpayer-funded grants from the EU. Our campaigns depend entirely
on the voluntary donations of thousands of supporters - people like you. We have
a huge task. Please consider making a donation to our campaign fund. If you can't
be active yourself, please help us to support those who can. To find out more,
us to let people know the economic and democratic reality of Britain's relationship
with the EU, and focus pressure for a referendum on MPs, by distributing our free
leaflets door-to-door in your area. Click here
to view our range of free campaign materials and order any quantity from a few
to pass around your contacts to hundreds to put through local letterboxes.
to your MP.
Whether your MP is for or against a referendum or passing more powers to the EU,
it's vital they get feedback from their constituents for their view. In the first
instance, please write to them at the House of Commons, London SW1A 0AA expressing
your opposition to centralised, undemocratic EU law-making and asking what their
view is on the issue. To find out who your MP is click here
and enter your postcode. Please send us a copy of any response you receive for
our file of where MPs stand on the issue - our address is at the bottom of this
to your local newspaper.
Most local and regional newspapers have Letters pages and are very keen to hear
the views of local people, not just on local issues. Surveys show that the local
media is one of the most trusted sources of information, and that the Letters
page is often the most widely read section of the paper. Just a brief letter on
the issue can take a short time to write yet, if published, can reach tens of
thousands of people in one go.
You don't even have to create letters
yourself. Register with us as a letter-writer for your local paper and we'll send
you occasional sample letters to copy and forward to the paper. This will help
spread our arguments and generate support, but take you very little time. Click
here to register and tick the appropriate box
at the bottom of the page.
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