EAPN Spain contributes to the New Society Forum

Fighting poverty must be put at the centre of the European agenda (…) social cohesion, equity within the EU and throughout the world should be EU’s priority (…) Child poverty should also be tackled, providing adequate means and making sure that children are part of the decision process that affects them”, firmly declared D. Carlos Susías, President of EAPN Spain, ahead of the European elections.


EAPN Ireland – Press Release: “Closure of Forum on Europe Short-sighted and Disappointing”

Responding to the disappointing closure of the National Forum on Europe, Anna Visser, Director of the European Anti-Poverty Network (EAPN) Ireland, expressed concern that this closure is the latest in a long line of decisions that undermine and stifle the quality of Irish democratic debate. 2009 is a critical year for Ireland’s engagement with Europe. 


EAPN Scotland: New Scottish Poster Campaign says: Workers Rights are Migrant Rights!

The Scottish Migrants Network, a grouping of organisations working with and for new migrants in Scotland, has recently launched a new poster campaign to inform migrants of their rights at work. The network, which is currently hosted by the Poverty Alliance, launched the posters at an event attended by the Deputy First Minister in the Scottish Government.