Our petition is online for almost a month now. Unfortunately, we only have 24 amazing supporters so far. But we are happy and grateful that they come from different countries. We have supporters from Germany, Austria, Switzerland, England, Italy, and Greece.
In the recent four weeks, I made the following experience with people who I talked to about the petition:
There are three kinds of people:
1. The ones, who understand the seriousness of the issue, agree with me, talk and complain about it but are not willing to be active and use their voice in public for whatever reason!
2. The ones who like to be supportive but are worried, unsure, or afraid of sharing their name and contact information on a public platform.
3. And finally, the ones who like to be supportive but just don’t know how to use the online platform.
Unfortunately, I can’t change and force the ones who prefer to complain all day long but are not willing to be active and supportive.
But I can assure those who are unsure and worried about using their names and contact information, that not even I (as the petition organizer) see your private information such as your Email address, home address, etc. Your information is handled professionally by the online platform openpetiton.eu. And if you don’t want your name to appear on the website, you can even sign the petition anonymously.
And finally, for those who don’t know how to sign up for a petition, here we go. A step-by-step screenshot! I hope this is helpful and if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me!