EMIN has released its Final Report

The European Minimum Income Network (EMIN) presented its latest report in the European Parliament on Tuesday 19 February, at an event hosted by Jean Lambert MEP, Greens, with the participation of Georgi Pirinski MEP, Social and Democrats and Enrique Calvet Chambon MEP, ALDE, and Katalin Szatmari, European Commission. The Report outlines key activities and developments in relation to Minimum Income in…

Make EU Poverty Free: Our European Parliament Elections Campaign has just been launched !

The next European elections taking place on 23-26 May 2019 will give all EU adult citizens the opportunity to select who will represent them in the European Parliament. Help shape Europe’s future and vote! Today, we call upon all political parties and all candidates for the European Parliament Elections to commit to securing a Social and Sustainable Europe,…

Capacity Building: EAPN Basic Training, 27 September 2018, Vienna

Specific objectives: To build common a common understanding among participants on EAPN’s campaign around European Parliament (EP) election To consolidate participants knowledge on the EP elections campaign; To enable participants to gain skills, awareness and confidence to campaign on EP elections To support participants to develop specific campaign actions that they will implement their own…

Capacity Building: EAPN Basic training, 19-20 Oct. 2017, Dublin

Specific objectives: To provide a space for participants to build common understanding on what genuine, transformative participation is To critically reflect on their participative work at the national level; To equip participants with new participative methods they can use to engage people experiencing poverty in the work of NNs To stimulate participants to learn from…

#On Our Watch EU: assessing the work of the European Parliament since 2014

What are the achievements of the European Parliament in the fight against social exclusion, poverty and discrimination? Have the MEPs kept their promises and made some progress since their election in 2014? In 2013- 2014 the EAPN launched the campaign Electing Champions for a Social Europe to encourage political candidates in the European parliamentary elections…

Task Force on Advocating for a Human Rights approach to Migration, Refugees and Asylum seekers

This Task Force comes under both Objective 1.2 and Objective 2.2 of the EAPN Strategic Plan. Objective 1.1: EAPN will work to ensure that the Europe 2020 Strategy, the Platform against Poverty and the Social Inclusion strategy (Social OMC) deliver progress to effectively mainstream social concerns and to reduce poverty and inequality. Objective 1.2: EAPN…

Induction for new members of statutory and working groups, 19-21 May 2011, Leuven

Specific objectives: Understanding what is poverty and social exclusion and how it is measured Understanding the EU policy agenda and how EAPN engages with it Exploring EAPN’s mission, vision, values, structures and work Getting acquainted with EAPN’s work on participation Exchanging on personal experiences of engaging with EAPN work. Documents: Participant’s programme The participant profile…

Capacity Building: EAPN Basic Training, 27-28 Oct 2016, Brugge

Specific objectives: To provide a space for participants to exchange experiences on their engagement with the national network and how they relate to European processes. To understand key concepts for EAPN’s work, such as: poverty, social exclusion, inequalities, participation, partnership, and how they are defined and understood. To strengthen members’ capacity to mobilise and engage…

Task Force on Poverty and Human Rights

This Task Force comes under both Objective 1.2 and Objective 2.2 of the EAPN Strategic Plan. Objective 1.1: EAPN will work to ensure that the Europe 2020 Strategy, the Platform against Poverty and the Social Inclusion strategy (Social OMC) deliver progress to effectively mainstream social concerns and to reduce poverty and inequality. Objective 1.2: EAPN…