Task Forces

What’s a task force? Task Forces are time-bound and outcome orientated to progress on particular aspects of our policy, development and communications work, and can take different formats: A small working Group (5/6 people), normally including one representative with expertise on the work of the Task Force, from the EU Inclusion Strategies Group and/or from…

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EUIS Group

The EU Inclusion Strategies Group provides mutual support to Networks for the development of National Strategies and plans to fight poverty and will engage with EU Institutional arrangements and Strategies (Europe 2020, Social OMC, Employment Strategy, Platform Against Poverty, Structural Funds) to see to which extent they can be used to support the implementation of…

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Welcome!

Dear members, Welcome on EAPN’s members’ room. On the right hand-side of this page, the blue column lists all sections of EAPN’s members’ room. here is a short overview of what they contain. Only relevant information is indicated, ie at internal level, so as not to duplicate the information that was disseminated externally. That explains…

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EAPN letters

2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2015 02/12/2015 – EAPN letter Letter to the EPSCO Council on 7-8 Dec 2015 – Making progress on the Social Triple A 14/10/2015 – EAPN and EPSU send joint letter on Energy Poverty to Energy Union Commissioner Šefčovič’s cabinet 21/09/2015 – EAPN letter to…

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Quality Work for Quality Life! EAPN’s 10 Principles

{jathumbnail}Not any job is a sure route out of poverty. Many people experiencing poverty or social exclusion do, in fact, hold a job, and yet this is insufficient to prevent them from enduring hardship and isolation. In order for employment to fulfil its role, of effectively shielding people from a life in poverty, it needs to fulfil a set of quality criteria. EAPN has produced these 10 principles on what constitutes a quality job.

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EAPN Iceland

EAPN Iceland is a network of organisations representing large groups of people involved in the fight against poverty and social exclusion. EAPN Iceland was formally created on 15 February 2011.   Goals of the network To fight against poverty and social exclusion To promote effective action to eradicate poverty To work towards giving public expression…

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EAPN Iceland

EAPN Iceland is a network of organisations representing large groups of people involved in the fight against poverty and social exclusion. EAPN Iceland was formally created on 15 February 2011. Goals of the network To fight against poverty and social exclusion To promote effective action to eradicate poverty To work towards giving public expression to…

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EAPN Serbia

Anti-Poverty Network – Serbia is a young network gathering currently 24 members active in the field of fighting poverty and social exclusion. EAPN Serbia started in December 2010 as an informal network of 12 civil-society organizations, formed within the project ‘Networking Against Poverty’ implemented by SeConS Development Initiative Group, in partnership with the European Anti-Poverty…

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EAPN Serbia

Anti-Poverty Network – Serbia is a young network gathering currently 24 members active in the field of fighting poverty and social exclusion. EAPN Serbia started in December 2010 as an informal network of 12 civil-society organizations, formed within the project ‘Networking Against Poverty’ implemented by SeConS Development Initiative Group, in partnership with the European Anti-Poverty…

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