21/06 – Journalism, crisis and 3rd sector 24/06 – VII Meeting of Participation of Citizens 17/05 – Press release: NGOs work together to improve communication and encourage activism
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:
More and more families on the streets, and no solution. (more information in French).
The Poverty Alliance (member of EAPN UK): Poverty & Social Justice Must be at the Heart of Referendum Debate
With the date for the referendum on Scottish independence now set, hundreds of people will gather in Glasgow for the 4th Scottish Assembly for Tackling Poverty to debate how to create a more socially just Scotland. Organisers of the Assembly, the Poverty Alliance, want to see issues of social justice at the heart of the…
EAPN Spain: The People’s Legislative Initiative on mortgage (Iniciativa Legislativa Popular Hipotecaria): all political groups in the Parliament agree to discuss it
21/01 – EAPN Spain, as a leading member of the committee promoting the Popular Legislative Initiative on retroactive payment in kind, on halting evictions standstill and on the social rent – the Table of the 3rd Sector of Catalunya along with many other prominent social partners, welcomes the admission of the ILP by all parliamentary…
January 2013 – “Leicester is a city of around 330,000 people; it is the tenth largest in England (…) a city in which the long-term decline of the textile industry has led to a high level of poverty – both in work and out of work. There are 26,000 poor children.”
The Union of Economists in Bulgaria (an organisation established in the late 19th century) organised with the support of EAPN a National Conference on the subject of: ‘Crisis, Inequality and Poverty: The Bulgarian Situation and the Alternative Policies in the European Context’.
Who cares when the price of bread rises? Young or old, single or not, with or without children, worker, unemployed or retired, their daily life is made of difficulties linked to the lack of money.
October 2012-March 2013: in partnership with the National Democratic Institute, the Macedonian Anti-Poverty Platform is working on introducing a new legislative initiative on Minimum income in FYROM.
In 2012, the European year for active ageing and solidarity between generations, SOS Malta organised a conference entitled ‘Informal Carers and Volunteering in the Community’.