Tomorrow, we’re marching together in solidarity with the people of Ukraine.
We’re sending a clear message to Putin that we demand an end to this war and peace in Europe.
And it’s not too late to sign up to march with us, if you haven’t already and you can make it then sign up here. Or just turn up tomorrow at between 1.30 pm and 2 pm at The Dorchester Hotel, on Park Lane.
Whether you’re joining us tomorrow or not, you can take part by adding your name to our joint petition with European Movement International. Together we are calling for democracy, freedom, peace, and respect for human rights to be defended in Ukraine, across Europe, and throughout the world.
By signing this petition, you can stand with us, from wherever you are tomorrow:
Tomorrow we answer President of Ukraine Zelensky’s call to “Come to your squares, your streets. Make yourselves visible and heard. Say that people matter. Freedom matters. Peace matters. Ukraine matters.”
European Movement UK
P.S. 73 years ago, our movement was born. Sir Winston Churchill, our chair at the time knew that only through close European integration would we protect our continent from war, oppression, and authoritarianism. If you believe like me in peace, cooperation and democracy across Europe, you can take a stand and become a European Movement member today.