More than 10.000 people, 1% of the population, live on campsites all year long in Belgium.
On the occasion of the recent meeting of the EAPN Executive Committee in Edinburgh, the Scottish Anti Poverty Alliance held a seminar on the role of small nations and regions in the EU.
The European Anti-Poverty Network Ireland has created a fan page on Facebook.
Contrary to Government statements in recent months, Ireland’s social welfare system is not overly generous when compared to other EU 15 member states, according to research compiled by the European Anti-Poverty Network Ireland.
Marche Mondiale des Femmes / Wereldvrouwenmars held a meeting on 3 October to organise the 2010 World March for Women. Ask for the information and join! Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
EAPN Ireland: National Strategy to Create and Protect Jobs Urgently Needed says Employment Working Group
There is an urgent need for the Government to identify and support sectors that have the potential for job creation and growth, according to a specialist Employment Working Group, coordinated by the European Anti-Poverty Network Ireland (EAPN).
Responding to Minister for Social and Family Affairs Mary Hanafin’s announcement that there will definitely be cuts to social welfare and child benefit, Anna Visser, Director of the European Anti-Poverty…
On the occasion of the EAPN Executive meeting in Edinburgh, the Scottish Poverty Alliance is organising two half-day seminars exploring the links between Europe and the fight against poverty. Both seminars are open to all and free, but places are limited so register now!
On the first day of term for Ireland’s newly elected MEPs (Tuesday 14th July), Dóchas and the European Anti-Poverty Network Ireland have come together to urgently call for an Irish forum that will allow MEPs to engage with voters, groups and individuals, so that they can account for how they are living up to their election promises and commitments.