Currently, 22% of people living in poverty are in employment. With fiscal consolidation and boosting competitiveness at all costs remaining the EU’s priorities, employment is seen only as a means for securing growth, rather than for providing people with dignified lives.
- The role of employment in fighting poverty and social exclusion – EAPN’s contribution to the debate
- In-work Poverty in Europe: A Growing Problem
- Gender and gender mainstreaming and the present situation
- Flexicurity in crisis – does it work? The Danish Flexicurity Model
- ‘Work – or Full Maintenance’ is still our demand
- Regional economies and local initiatives: Driving job creation in France
- Youth Olympic Games in Austria – Supporting social enterprises with social procurement clauses
- Trade Unions and Social Movements: The benefits of collaboration
- 2012 European Year on Active Ageing and Intergenerational Solidarity: The perspective for older workers
- Employment, Work, Jobs – The reality for people experiencing poverty and social exclusion – 10th European Meeting of People experiencing poverty
Note that this is the second and last MAG of year 2011.