18/07 – Utopia on the Horizon is another curently released video, dedicated to today’s mobilisation in Athens protesting against German Finance Minister Schäuble visit in Greece.
EAPN Greece shares a video made in 2013 on the disastrous outcomes of Troika policies in Greece in the last 4 years. This video was produced by the Greek-American News Agency, an independent team of journalists based in New York and Athens.
In this video, community activists speak about five common myths commonly used by the media. The Stick Your Labels Campaign aims to raise awareness of poverty issues to support people to be able to challenge the stigma of living in poverty in Scotland.
24/06 – VII Meeting of Participation of Citizens 21/06 – Journalism, crisis and 3rd sector 17/05 – Press release: NGOs work together to improve communication and encourage activism
EAPN Slovakia gave a press conference on the Slovak participation to the 12th European Meeting of People experiencing poverty in Brussels, from 18 till 20 June 2013 and on the police raid that happened on Wednesday 18 June, in Moldava nad Bodvou.
01/06 – Organised by EAPN France on 21 March 2013 in partnership with the UNESCO Chair on world’s food system* and the National Institute for Agronomic Research (INRA), the conference brought together over 250 people, around the differences between food aid and the right to food.
EAPN Poland is supported by Swiss Grant for a new project that started on 1st of April 2013 and will last till 30th of November 2014. In the framework of the project “EAPN Poland: Building Social Europe Together”, we plan:
- Four messages from regional meetings to the Social Inclusion Forum
- Women for Election and One Family (members of EAPN Ireland): Engaging Women: Taking the Next Step in Politics on 21/05
FNARS (member of EAPN France) Lifting young people out of poverty : the Youth Guarantee is only one step
14/05 – Today is the last meeting of the working group on the Youth Guarantee in charge of handing out a report to the Prime Minister on its implementation starting next September. On that occasion, FNARS recalls that the measure cannot, alone, be an adequate response to the situation of young people.