12/06/2014 – EAPN Spain celebrated its 10th anniversary in the Ministry of Social Services and Equality in Madrid. The event was attended by representatives of the regional and state level…
25/06/2014 – Thanks to those who marked the “X Solidarity” box on their tax sheet, a total of 373,705 people will benefit over 2014 programs and services to meet the…
01/07/2014 – Today’s figures published by the Scottish Government on Poverty and Inequality show a rise in the number of people in Scotland living in poverty, and highlights the continuing increase in in-work poverty. In 2012/13, 16 per cent of people in Scotland were living in poverty, compared with 14 per cent the previous year. In real terms, this means that there are now 820,000 individuals are now living in poverty in Scotland.
24/06/2014 – EAPN Poland held its GA, where a new executive committee was elected. The GA was followed by a debate on housing in the context of poverty and social…
19/06/2014 – The Poverty Alliance has responded to figures published today by Poverty and Social Exclusion (PSE) in the UK. The figures show that almost one in five people in Scotland are multiply deprived i.e. suffering from three or more measures of poverty such as a lack of food, heating and clothing.
04/06/2014 – The Poverty Alliance has responded to the report published today by the Expert Working Group on Welfare Reform. The Group was established to advise the Scottish Government on the principles that should underpin the welfare system in an independent Scotland. Their first report looked at the practicalities of delivering pensions and social security payments.
The European Council gives warning to Spain regarding falling income and rising poverty and inequality
03/06/2014 – EAPN Spain has recently discovered the Recommendations of the European Council on the Spanish Government’s NRP. First, the measures outlined will involve a higher level of cuts in order to keep adjusting the deficit. If the implementation of this recommendation does not take into account the negative social impacts, inequality rates, adult and youth unemployment, poverty and social exclusion rates will inevitably keep rising. Second, the Council is aware of the acute social problems in Spain, and is asking the Spanish Government to may more attention to it.
Bitonto, June 6th 2014. CILAP EAPN ITALIA in cooperation with the local School District and the Municipality organizes the seminar, “Sviluppo armonioso del territorio: Rigeneare Comunità Coltivando Saperi” (Local development – Regenerating the Communities Cultivating Knowledge”.
FNARS (member of EAPN France): press conference and mobilisation call on Government to put (back) vulnerable people at the heart of its agenda
Despite numerous alerts sent by organisations to the Government on the social difficulties throughout the country, the Collectif des Associations Unies (United organisations network) deplores the lack of consideration of the Government as to people living in poverty and in poor housing. As a result, the organisations part of the Collectif will mobilise next Monday, Whit Monday, a day “of solidarity”, calling on the Government to put (back( vulnerable people at the heart of its agenda.
30/05/2014 – EAPN-ES commitment with citizens, especially the most vulnerable, is not only in the run up to European elections last May 25 work. During the campaign for a Europe free of poverty, social exclusion and inequality, more than 50 candidates of different political parties contesting the elections committed to achieving this goal.