Early Day Motion in support of the social economy

Ask your MP to sign our Early Day Motion (EDM) to show their support for the Social Economy Alliance. You can find your local MP and write to them using the Write To Them website.

The more MPs that sign the EDM, the more likely they are to debate the social economy in the House of Commons, sending it up the political agenda. We've written a suggested letter below - which you can copy and paste into WriteToThem - but do write your own personal message if you have the time.

Dear XXXX

Please support and sign the EDM 971, backing the Social Economy Alliance – the campaign calling for a more social economy in Britain.

The Social Economy Alliance supports policies that put power in the hands of people, foster bottom-up economic growth and take advantage of the many innovations that the UK’s social sector has created. From community energy to housing, from business to public services, we believe that economic and social policy can and must reinforce one another.

 The UK needs an economy that better serves society.

Thanks for your support

 XXXX

SEND YOUR LETTER TO YOUR MP

 

Or tweet them using our suggested tweet below.

[Instert your MP's Twitter handle] Please will you sign EDM 971 and show your support for a more ? 

Join us

Become a member of the Alliance - we're stronger when our movement comes together. Fill out the form below to join. This will mean that your organisation’s name will appear as a member of the Alliance here. By joining you are not necessarily endorsing all of the policies that the Alliance produces – you are simply saying you support our aim of a more social economy for the UK.

First/last name
Organisation, if relevant
Email address

Tweet #socialeconomy

Tweet your support using the hashtag #SocialEconomy

 

Lobby your elected officials

Ask your local politicians to support a social economy in your area using our campaign pack.

Download the campaign pack.

 

Find out more

Excited about the Social Economy Alliance's campaign? Read through our six policy papers to find out more about what the Alliance is all about and expect to hear much more about the Alliance as we approach the general election next year