European elections campaign materials

EAEA has launched a communications and advocacy campaign in connection with the European elections 2024 to empower the voice of adult learners and educators in Europe. On this page, you can find all the materials needed in the campaign.

Infograph with 10 key recommendations

EAEA has prepared an infograph with 10 recommendations for the European Elections. Members are invited to translate the infograph texts to their own language, and send the translation to EAEA comms team: eaea-info(at) The comms team will then create the infograph in your language and send it back to you.

10 recommendations infograph (pdf)
10 recommendations text file (word)

Social media images of the recommendations

Images of the individual recommendations can be used in social media posts to promote the campaign website. If you want to have the images in your language, please contact EAEA.

Images for Facebook (1200 x 630 px)

FB post – Download the 10 key messages in EU elections (zip file)


Square images for social media (1080 x 1080 px)

Square post – Download the 10 key messages in EU elections (zip file)

Campaign hashtags

When making social media posts about the key points, please use the following hashtags:

  • #LearningEurope is a hashtag EAEA is using to draw the attention to our campaign for adult learning and education.
  • #UseYourVote is a general hashtag to encourage citizens to vote in the elections
  • #EUelections24 is a general hashtag of the 2024 European Elections

Don’t forget to tag @EAEA2020 on X and Facebook, so we can like your posts.

Learning Europe badge

EAEA has created a badge for the European Elections campaign, combining the hashtag #LearningEurope and European flag symbol in heart shape. 

Download the #LearningEurope badge in three colour versions
Download the horisontal #LearningEurope badge in three colour versions

Useful resources about the EU

More information about the campaign

Raffaela Kihrer, Deputy Secretary General and Head of Policy: raffaela.kihrer(at)
Davide Muraro, Policy and Projects Coordinator: davide.muraro(at)