eapn-lithuania

EAPN Lithuania

On the 7th of April, 2006, the constituent assembly of the Lithuanian National Anti Poverty network took place in Vilnius. Over one hundred NGO representatives attended it and it was decided to establish a network in Lithuania. During the assembly the Statutes of the Network were adopted and nine members of the board elected. The…

EAPN-Lëtzebuerg (Luxembourg Anti-Poverty Network)

The Luxembourg Anti-Poverty Network “EAPN-Lëtzebuerg” is a non-profit-making organization set up in 1990. It currently has thirteen member associations. Because of the country’s size, Luxembourg’s government agencies, central departments and NGOs in a specific sphere are typically in direct contact. EAPN-Lëtzebuerg works to uncover opportunities for dialogue with the different bodies, and relations are good.…

eapn-malta

Anti-Poverty Forum Malta

EAPN Malta (APF Forum) currently has 13 organisations that work as a network on poverty. Some of these organisations are in the voluntary sector. APF Malta organises Working Groups, Focus Groups, seminars, meetings, and conferences, promotes research, disseminates information on poverty and social exclusion and disseminates EAPN newsletters, publications and press releases. The key focus…

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The Slovak Anti-Poverty Network

The Slovak Anti-Poverty Network (SAPN) started working informally in 2004, but was not formally registered until the end of 2006. It became an official member of EAPN at the EAPN 2007 General Assembly held in Budapest. SAPN takes a human rights-based approach to poverty. It supports the goals and activities of the European Anti-Poverty Network,…

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EAPN Sverige (EAPN Sweden)

EAPN Sweden was founded in 1998 by about ten social NGOs. Today it has 40 member organisations at national, regional and local levels. EAPN Sweden primarily works on the following areas: Information and lobbying Participation in the Social Inclusion strategy, in cooperation with other NGOs. Collaboration with EAPN at European level. “Bringing Europe to Sweden”,…