Join our communications working group

After listening to our members, people affected by neurological conditions, parliamentarians and other stakeholders, there is clear consensus: as an Alliance we should be campaigning for improvements to treatment, care and support for the 1 in 6 people affected by neurological conditions in the UK during the run-up to the 2024 general election and in the next Parliament.

The campaign will focus on building a supportive network of MPs and representatives committed to improving services care and support for people affected by neurological conditions in the next Parliament and beyond, and implementing a Neuro Taskforce.

Join the communications working group

Please help develop our campaign messaging (words and the language we use to describe the campaign) and visual materials (such as pictures and videos) by registering your interest in joining our general election communications working group.

Your input will be used to shape our communications pack for member organisations and communications with the wider neurological community. Your input will play a vital role in the campaign.

Who we’re looking for

We are looking for members of The Neurological Alliance and people affected by neurological conditions to join the working group.

Previous experience of policy and/or communications work is not essential.

Time commitment

The working group will meet on average once every two weeks, from 27 May to 30 July 2024, with the potential for further meetings after this point, depending on the development and growth of the campaign.

Meetings will normally be 1-1.5 hours long.

Emails relating to the work of the group will be circulated between meetings.

Meetings will be held online, via Zoom.

How to register & deadline

To register your interest, please email by 16 May 2024.

Please include an indication of when you would be available to attend meetings (day(s) of the week & time of day: morning or afternoon).

More information

Please read our election campaign briefing.

Any questions?

Please email