Social policy and social inclusión have to be at the heart of the next Government’s agenda, with the aim to build a fairer and more equitable society, giving priority to the fight against poverty.
- BAPN participates to trade union national demonstration on 02/12
- 1st official meeting of the Belgian Platform against Poverty and Social Exclusion EU 2020
21/11 – Members of the Finish Federation for Social Welfare and Health (who helps to coordinate EAPN Finland) made this week a study visit to Brussels.
EAPN Cyprus stands by KISA in asking for human treatment and respect of Conventions and Directives and agrees that there have been cases of violations. The statement made by KISA here below follows a visit to the detention centers in response to the request from many people in the detention centers to come and see their reality.
EAPN Cyprus stands by KISA in asking for human treatment and respect of Conventions and Directives and agrees that there have been cases of violations. The statement made by KISA here below follows a visit to the detention centers in response to the request from many people in the detention centers to come and see…
EAPN Italy has tranlated the Adequacy of Minimum Income Explainer. This book “explain” key issues and debates, which are priorities within the EU poverty discourse, in understandable, everyday language. Download here the publication in Italian.
17-18/11 – EAPN Spain held its General Assembly and conference The Europe 2020 Strategy in the Autonomous Regions of Spain: Two milestones in fighting poverty and social exclusion 2015 and 2020 in Santiago de Compostela.
17-18/11 – In support of the initiatives ‘Youth on the Move’ and ‘European platform against poverty’, the European Commission organised an evidence-based and policy-oriented conference on ‘Youth and Social Inclusion’.
17-18/11 – The Malta Council for Economic and Social Development (The Tri-Partite Social Partners Body in Malta) invited Fintan Farrell, Director of EAPN to provide a training, on models of civil and social dialogue. It was an opportunity to develop a shared understanding among participants on the definition and role of civil dialogue as part of building participatory democracy.
16-17/11 – The conference took place in Southampton and was the final event of a 3-year interreg 1Va 2 project looking at strategies, partnerships and policies to tackle social exclusion in the Cities of Rotterdam, Ghent and Southampton.