Peter van Dalen is a Dutch politician and former civil servant. He is a member of the ChristenUnie party.
Bert-Jan Ruissen has been working for the Dutch Ministry of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality for 19 years.
Arne Gericke is the German MEP for Bündnis C for the 2019 elections. He has served in the EU Parliament for 5 years, fighting for the strong values that define his platform.
Karin Heepen is the chairwoman of Bündnis C, Germany and is running for the May 2019 EP elections.
Ivan Mintoff is the EP election candidate for Alleanza Bidla (Alliance for Change), Malta.
Ladislav Ilčić is the candidate for EP from Croatia. He is the Chairman of Hrast party and also a board member of the ECPM.
Branislav Škripek is running for member of EP from the Christian Union party, Slovakia.
Rebecca Dalli Gonzi, PhD. is an architect and EP election candidate for Malta.
Gonçalo da Câmara Pereira has a degree in Agricultural Sciences and has been a soldier during the colonial war in Angola.
Marek Jurek is the founder of Right of the Republic in Poland and is running for the 2019 EU Parliamentary elections in Poznan.
Inga Bite is the Latvian candidate from the Latvian Alliance of Regions for the upcoming EP elections.
Peter Broz is a candidate for the 2019 EP elections from the Christian Union in Slovakia.
Human dignity expresses the intrinsic value of every human being. It is inviolable and must be respected and protected, as is stated in Article 1 of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights.
ECPM has a relational view of economy and understands the purpose of all economic activity as supporting life and advancing wellbeing for all.
Healthy families are the basis for thriving societies. We believe that stable, loving relationships between parents are crucial for the wellbeing of their children.
Real freedom of faith, conscience and expression only becomes visible through relations with those who feel, think or act differently.
Human Trafficking is a cross-border crime which treats people as commodities and robs them of their dignity as human beings.
ECPM considers that the way the European Union works and acts needs to be reformed.
ECPM recognizes the Christian roots of EU member states and believes that there is value in this heritage.