The latest one:
EAPN letter to the EPSCO Council: Put People and Respect for the European Social Model first                                                     
Ahead of the Employment, Social Policy, Health and Consumer Affairs Council (EPSCO) on 9-10 March 2009, EAPN has written to the Ministers regarding the impact of the crisis on people in poverty and anti poverty organisations. In their letter, EAPN puts forward short and long term proposals to ensure that the needs of people experiencing poverty are included in the response to the crisis.
Download the letter: English – French – Spanish
Other EAPN policy papers on…

 Social Inclusion
Building Security, Giving Hope: EAPN Assessment of the National Strategic Reports on Social Protection and Social Inclusion (2008-10) Read
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EAPN Letter to EAPN to EU Ministers of Employment: “The adequacy of Minimum Income Schemes is a key way to address the economic crisis” Read

 The Lisbon Strategy
>>Will the economic crisis force a stronger social pillar in Lisbon? EAPN Social Inclusion Scoreboard on the National Reform Programmes (2008-10) Read

 Structural Funds


 Participation and civil Dialogue

EAPN TOOL KIT: Engaging with the NAP Inclusion and the National Reports on Social Protection and Social Inclusion 2006-8: Light Year (2007)

This tool kit is designed to help EAPN national networks engage with this “light year process”, specifically targeting action around the NAP inclusion, both at national and EU level and to provide supporting information that will enable networks to contribute to the questionnaire which will form the basis of the EAPN EU Report on Social Inclusion and Poverty 2007.

EAPN position paper: The security we need cannot be summarised by secured transitions between jobs!

In its response to the Commission Communication “Towards common principles of Flexicurity: more and better jobs through flexibility and security”, EAPN warns: “The security we need cannot be summarised by secured transitions between jobs! It requires high levels of social protection, quality employment and respect of fundamental rights.”