Even more shocking is that these figures have hardly changed, or in some case have deteriorated, since the beginning of the Lisbon Strategy. Where does poverty really stand in the EU agenda?
Poverty in the EU agenda
- What do the National Strategies (2006-8) deliver for people living in poverty? An EAPN assessment
- The best is yet to come!
- Poverty rates in Europe 2000 – 2004
- Interview with Jerome Vignon, Director in DG Employment in charge of social protection and inclusion policies
- The Open Method of coordination: towards an effective tool against poverty?
- How is streamlining seen by European organisations?
- What is streamlining?
- From nowhere to…somewhere: Participation by all actors in Belgium’s NAP/Incl 2006-2008
- 5th meeting of people experiencing poverty calls for more participation in the EU Social Inclusion process
- Lisbon fails to ensure labour participation for migrants and ethnic minorities
- From Lisbon to Lisbon – back to Lisbon and to Social Inclusion
- The “combination wage” and minimum wage in Germany – state of play
- Statutory minimum wages varied by one to eleven across the EU in January 2006
News from Bulgaria
- EAPN Bulgaria: A mix of successes and failures
- Bulgaria in figures
- EU integration and poverty in Bulgaria