30/03 – Several major NGOs and trade unions brought the People’s Legal Initiative to the Congress (la Iniciativa Legislativa Popular, ILP), calling for the modification of the law on mortgage so as to allow people to renounce to their house in exchange of the mortgage. Read more on EAPN Spain’s website.
11 and 21 April – As the first round of austerity cuts begin to hit organisations and services across Scotland, these seminars will provide an opportunity to for all those concerned about poverty to look at what the implications are both locally and nationally.
- Review of the European Meetings of People Experiencing Poverty 2010
- Europe 2020 Working Group
31/03 – FNARS organised a demonstration in Paris and a flashmob in the city of Alençon to call on the National Government to finally put its commitment into practice concerning the housing of homeless people when winter housing centres close their doors.
- Civil society organisation want to have their say in the National Reform Programme
- BAPN calls for measures for homeless people who are back in the streets
- New BAPN publication: Redessiner le droit à la santé (‘Redraw the right to health’)
IQ Roma servis (member of EAPN Czech Republic): “Together and Across” on exchange of experience and good practices
IQ Roma servis is running a transnational cooperation project “Together and Across”, focused on support and good practice exchange among the project partners in order to promote social inclusion of the socially excluded people, especially the Roma.
Former Chair of EAPN Social Inclusion Working Group stands for election to the Lower House in the Seanad, Irish Parliament
In this video, “because values and ideas matter “, independent candidate Robin Hanan argues that Seanad Éireann needs to be reformed to make it representative of Irish society, not abolished.
The ‘winter break’ ends on 15 March, which means families can now be expelled soon.
The Poverty Alliance (EAPN Scotland): Party leaders condemn stigma as new report highlights trend toward blaming the poor for their poverty
The First Minister and leaders of all the Hoyrood parties today signed a Stick your Labels statement condemning the stigmatisation of people in poverty.
11.03.2011 – In a press release, EAPN Austria criticised European Ministers for using the EU project in the interest of the wealthy and the Head of States for breaking once more their promise to reduce poverty. In its press release EAPN Austria also urged Austrian politicians to fight for a social Europe.