Thank you for voting in the European elections

Your vote has helped to shape Europe’s future and to make our democracy stronger. The newly-elected Members of the European Parliament will play an essential role in decisions on key EU posts and will resume Parliament’s work on laws that make a difference in the lives of all Europeans.


Our activities

Youth programmes

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Welcome to the Youth page of the European Parliament Liaison Office in London. Here you will find an overview of our programmes for students and young people promoting an understanding of the work of the European Parliament, European values and participation in democratic processes.

The European Parliament Ambassador Schools Programme (EPAS) Interactive learning sessions at Europe House or in your school/college Digital Journey to the European Parliament The Euroscola Programme Teaching and Learning Resources Expert-led talks at Europe House for groups Youth Outreach Contact

European elections 2024

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2024 will be the biggest election year in history, with elections held in countries representing half the world's population. Voting shapes the world we live in, and this year, elections will more than ever have a defining impact on our lives. One of the biggest democratic event in the world will be the European elections, this is where you can find out more about how they works or set up a reminder to vote.

EU citizens in the UK and voting in the European elections

About us

Based in London, our job is to raise awareness of the European Parliament – how it works and what it does within the EU institutions.

Our main tasks are to:

  • Perform a liaison function for the EP with the Westminster and devolved parliaments. We help organize high-level visits by delegations of MEPs to the UK, and we follow the work of relevant British parliamentary committees
  • Engage with the public and civil society. We hold events, bringing stakeholders and the public together with politicians, academics and think-tanks. We also offer presentations and talks to universities and interest groups on the role of the EP
  • Be a contact point for EU nationals resident in the UK, providing them with information about the European Parliament and encouraging them to vote in the five-yearly EP elections
  • Hold cultural events to showcase the talent of artists from or interested in the EU
  • Do youth outreach. We work with schools, teachers and anyone interested in active citizenship to encourage higher levels of knowledge about the institution and the EU generally
  • Work with the media. We keep them updated with stories from Brussels and Strasbourg, answer queries, hold press briefings and offer journalists the chance to visit the EP. We also correct lies and fake news, and have an active social media presence
  • Forge links with trade bodies, professions, business, academia, NGOs and anyone else with an interest in European affairs and the role of the EP.

Who's Who at the UK Office?

Susanne Oberhauser - Head of UK Office

Sanna Kangasharju - Governmental and parliamentary liaison

Typhaine Morillon - Public relations, outreach to EU citizens and press

Anna Huth - Public relations, youth and cultural outreach

Fabia Jones - Parliamentary research, think tanks and cooperation with universities

Nicola Scarfato - Legal advisor, statutory questions and legislative matters

Eva Bese-Gal - Youth and cultural outreach

Branko Jovin - Administrative coordinator

Martina Klugova - Communication and outreach

Egle Puleikyte - Finance, budget and procurement


Our Team


Susanne Oberhauser

Head of Office

32 Smith Square SW1P 3EU London United Kingdom