Scottish Living Wage campaign has welcomed the announcement in Scottish Labour’s manifesto that if they form the next Scottish Government they will introduce a living wage of at least £7.15 an hour starting with those working in the public sector.
Last March Hungary celebrated the anniversary of the 1848 Revolution and fight for freedom (against the Habsburgs). An important point of the Revolution was the publishing and disseminating of the “12 points”, which were the main requirements of the Revolutionists regarding freedom in Hungary.
EAPN speaks at EPHA Annual Conference: Delivering a healthy and sustainable future for all? – European Charter for Health Equity
14/04 – Following its annual conference, EPHA launched a press release “Life expectancy of the poorest is eight years shorter than for the most wealth” highlighting the impact of poverty on health inequality as one of the key social determinants –and calling for action from all actors, particularly in the context of Europe 2020.