European elections 2024

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The Greens are building a European Union of social rights and security. The EU needs determination to stand up for equality, democracy and human rights for all. We need compassion, just solutions and cooperation for a better tomorrow.

The 2024 European Parliament elections will be held in all EU member states during the election period from June 6 to June 9, 2024. In Finland, the election day is Sunday, June 9, 2024.

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Builders of the Future

The Greens’ EU is a strong defender of human rights, international law, peace, and democracy both globally and within the union’s borders. The Greens steer the EU towards peace and democracy and do not concede an inch to authoritarians. The Greens’ EU will continue to fight on the front lines against the climate crisis and biodiversity loss. The Greens’ EU invests in education and research cooperation, promotes workers’ rights, and reduces poverty.

Climate and Nature Peace and Security Economy and Work Human rights and Equality
Education and Research

Our candidates

We have a full list of 20 candidates. You can find them all below.


EU as a solution to the climate crisis and biodiversity loss

  •  Set a target for a carbon neutral EU in 2040.
  • Increase carbon sinks from forests and land use in a fair way.
  • Protect one third of the EU’s land and marine areas, including 10% under strict protection.
  • Increase investment in the energy transition and green technologies.
  • Support the transition to cleaner and more ethical food production.
Turvallisuus ja rauha

EU as a project for peace and security

  • Significantly increase military, humanitarian and financial support to Ukraine and support Ukraine on its path to EU membership.
  • Strengthen NATO cooperation and Europe’s ability to take responsibility for its own defence.
  • Implement a feminist foreign policy to address structural discrimination, violence and exclusion.
  • Ensure a clear process and pathway to membership for countries interested in joining the EU. EU membership criteria, such as the rule of law, must not be compromised.
  • Establish a scholarship system to support students and activists fleeing war and persecution.
työ ja talous

EU as a promoter of sustainable economy and fair work

  • Support the development of the internal market, fair competition and the circular economy.
  • Extend nature and carbon tariffs to ensure that non-EU companies do not gain a competitive advantage through weaker environmental regulation.
  • Strengthen the role of corporate social and environmental responsibility in EU trade policy.
  • Promote the fair and safe application of AI solutions.
  • Improve possibilities for reconciling work and family life across the EU.

EU as the cornerstone of education and research

  • Commit to a determined effort to raise education and skills levels in the EU.
  • Ensure that every child and young person growing up in the EU has access to high-quality, accessible early childhood education and training.
  • Enable early childhood care and education for undocumented children.
  • Double the EU’s investment in research and innovation, channeling the funding to solutions to the climate and environmental crisis and other major challenges facing our societies.
  • Protect openness and freedom of knowledge and research. .

EU as a defender of human rights, democracy and the rule of law

  •  Fight racism, sexism and discrimination across Europe.
  • Reduce poverty with determined measured across the whole Union.
  • Ensure the free movement of people across the EU’s internal borders.
  • Share responsibility for asylum seekers equally between Member States. Create safe routes to Europe and safeguard children’s rights at borders.
  • Ensure respect for fundamental and human rights in the EU by penalising Member States that violate the EU’s fundamental principles.
  • Ensure equal rights for sexual and gender minorities to marriage, family and gender identity.
  • Shift to qualified majority voting in the Council of Ministers so that individual Member States cannot block important proposals.