EAPN MANIFESTO for the European Parliament Elections 2004: Social solidarity and the eradication of poverty – A vision for an enlarged European Union
This election campaign and the public debates it generates offer an important opportunity to reduce the alienation from the EU project that is felt by many citizens and residents in the EU.
How are they worked out and worked up? How can the experience of people experiencing poverty and social exclusion inform them? How do existing indicators apply to the future Member States? These are the questions that this issue sets out to address.
FINAL DECLARATION of the 2003 EAPN General Assembly: Local Actions in the fight against poverty and social exclusion
This General Assembly welcomed the Bulgarian Anti Poverty Network as the first member from a candidate/acceding country to join EAPN. At the end of the General Assembly, the EAPN delegates adopted the following declaration.
EAPN Statement to the Second European Round Table on poverty and social exclusion, Turin, 16-17 October 2003
Where is the political energy?
EAPN REPORT – National Action Plans on Inclusion 2003-2005: Where is the political energy? – EAPN’s response to the second round of Plans
This report presents the EAPN’s initial reflections on the second round of National Action Plans on Inclusion (NAPs Inclusion 2003-2005). It is based on the assessment made by the EAPN National Networks of the Plan submitted by their respective Government.
EAPN & Eurocities have just published a joint report on the EU Social Inclusion Strategy, on the basis of the outcomes of the conference they organised in Athens on 28 February and 1 March 2003.
EAPN Position on streamlining open coordination in the field of social protection: Maintaining a visible European Social Inclusion Strategy
In response to the Commission proposal, EAPN would like to stress first of all the importance of maintaining visible the social inclusion strategy within the streamlining process.
Read the full report of the second European meeting of people experiencing poverty which took place on 10th and 11th May 2003 in Brussels under the Greek Presidency.
EAPN Response to the Social Protection Committee document “Key issues on social protection and employment”
EAPN holds that quality jobs are essential to tackling poverty; therefore EAPN is engaged by the issues in this document, and sees it as legitimate and essential to step into the debate.