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European elections 7 June 2024

Democracy should never be taken for granted. It is a collective achievement – and it is a collective responsibility in which we all have a role. Voting at the European elections is your opportunity to decide what the European Union should focus on over the next five years.


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European Elections 2024

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European elections will take place across Europe on 6-9 June 2024 and in Ireland on 7 June 2024. By casting a vote you help decide what kind of future you want for Europe and for Ireland. Check out the resources below to find out more and help promote the elections among your networks!

European elections: what they are and how they work European elections: Educational Toolkit Check the register


young people in the european parliament in strasbourg at the european youth event 2023

Welcome to the Youth Outreach page of the European Parliament Liaison Office in Ireland. Here you will find lots of information about our programmes and competitions for young people.

Ambassador School Programme Euroscola Classroom resources School visits

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Your MEPs

There are currently 705 members in the European Parliament, elected across the 27 Member States of the EU.  Ireland has 13 MEPs representing Ireland's three constituencies, Dublin, South and Midlands-North-West.  Due to population increases the number of seats in the European Parliament will increase to 720 for the next legislative term. Ireland is among Member States gaining seats, and will elect 14 MEPs in the upcoming European elections in June 2024. You will find more information about your MEPs at the link below.

About us

The European Parliament Liaison Office provides information on the European Parliament's role and powers, on the Irish MEPs and their activities and on issues currently being considered by Parliament which are of significance for Ireland and for Europe as a whole.

Our press section deals with queries from journalists and provides information for those journalists wishing to attend plenary sessions.

Our range of services include:

  • information on the European Parliament and on the role and work of Irish MEPs
  • assistance in accessing European Parliament reports, resolutions or other documents
  • information on European elections in Ireland
  • assistance with provision of speakers for events/presentations
  • information on European Parliament activities with schools
  • information on applying for a traineeship or on recruitment procedures at the EU institutions
  • advice on EU citizens' rights
  • information on visiting the European Parliament in Strasbourg or Brussels
  • advice on submitting a petition to the European Parliament or making a complaint to the European Ombudsman
  • provision of leaflets, maps, wallcharts and other publications on the European Parliament

Our address is:

The European Parliament Liaison Office in Ireland
12-14 Lower Mount Street
Dublin D02 W710
Tel.+ 353 (0) 1 605 7900

Our Team


Fionnuala Croker

Head of Office (Acting)

Mobile: 086 851 4067

Patrick O'Riordan

Public Relations Officer

Tel 01 605 7905

Thomas Kramer

Community Manager

Tel 01 605 7922

Jeremy O'Sullivan

Cultural Relations

Tel. 01 605 2920

Margaret Francois

Communications Assistant

Tel. 01 605 7902

Anne McEvoy-Smyth

Communications Assistant

Tel. 01 605 7903

Helen Ross

Communications Assistant

Tel 01 605 7907