Cerebral palsy (CP) is the most common form of childhood-onset physical disability.
An estimated 800,000 European Union citizens live with CP and another 16 million people are closely connected to a child or adult affected.
CP is a lifelong condition and there is no known cure.
CP-ECA has published a manifesto to explain how the European Union (EU) can improve the lives of its citizens with CP.
It will help citizens with CP, their family members and the professionals who work with them to demand action from candidates for the European Parliament elections in 2024.
Download the manifesto here: CP-ECA – European Elections 2024