EAPN and EAPN Hungary support demonstration against the Hungarian law criminalising homeless people

14/02 – In many countries, demonstrations are protesting against the Hungarian law that came into effect on 15 October 2013, criminalising homeless people who “reside habitually in public premises”. t is also the case today, in Brussels, at 11am, in front of the Hungarian Embassy. This law entails that homeless people in most of the…

FNARS (member of EAPN France): Will the fight against poverty still be a Governmental priority in 2014?

Launched in early 2013, the multi-year plan to fight against poverty and social inclusion, initiated a change in the consideration of the precariousness and the fight against poverty in our country. Inter became this struggle would then affect all public policies to finally get specific answers and multiplication associated devices . In this respect, the…

CILAP (EAPN Italy) welcomes invitation from Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs to take part in the Italian Operationnal Programme of the Fund for the Most Deprived

Rome, January 23, 2014 – CILAP EAPN Italia was invited to participate in the first meeting organized by the Ministry of Labour and Social Policies related to the strategic role that the different levels of government and the social partners must play in relation to the guidelines aimed at the preparation of the Italian Operational…

CILAP (EAPN Italy) in GRUNDTVIG Learning partnership Increasing Participation and Citizenship in Europe (ICE) Transnational Meeting on Prison and Poverty

AVELLINO 16 -19 January, 2014 – CILAP (EAPN Italy) co-organised the transnational Meeting Learning partnership Increasing Participation and Citizenship in Europe (ICE) entitled “Prison and Poverty – Tools and methodologies of participation”. This meeting is one of the 4 transnational events of the Grundtvig project “Increasing participation and Citizenship in Europe” (ICE). People in poverty,…

EAPN Ireland: Anti Poverty Network discusses Troika-Government Programme with European Parliament delegation

The cumulative impact of unemployment, service cuts, exclusions from eligibility for benefits and increases in costs for people on low income are deepening poverty and destitution. We need a new direction to create a more inclusive and equal Ireland. 17/01/2014 – A delegation from  the European Anti Poverty Network (EAPN) Ireland, along with the Society…