Code of conduct is the European Parliament's institutional, non-partisan platform, independent from any political party and ideology. The communication action's objective is to promote democratic engagement in the European Union. The European Parliament as an institution does not support any specific political party or members of the European Parliament.

By participating in this communication action, you accept that you will not distribute content or organise events that:

  • go against the EU’s fundamental rights in general (art 6 of the Treaty on the European Union, Charter of Fundamental rights of the European Union)

  • discriminate on the grounds of and/or are offensive in respect of appearance, race, ethnic origin, religion or belief, sex, culture or origin, disability, age or sexual orientation (art 10 TFEU)

  • promote a particular political party or candidate

  • incite violence against and/or harassment of other people

  • are pornographic or that contain links to pornographic material or pornographic websites

  • promote or facilitate illegal activities

  • violate any applicable legislation or regulations

The European Parliament reserves the right to exclude any participants who violate the above conditions from the communication action.