Many EAPN members have responded to the Consultation of the European Commission on the EU 2020 strategy. All contributions should be available on the Consultation’s website.
On the occasion of the 2010 European Year for combating poverty and social exclusion, EAPN Ireland will be organizing an international conference on “Building Social Europe – from Crisis to Recovery” in Dublin, Ireland, on Friday 19 February 2010. This conference is hosted by EAPN Ireland. Read more here.
Civil society groups and various governmental agencies aim to boost cooperative efforts. Charity workers across the EU are in the front lines every year. Euronews went out with a team in Brussels, and heard from a few of the people they help. Access the video.
Brussels, 3 February 2010 – The Commission Lisbon evaluation and overview of the public consultation is a cause for concern for EAPN. The Commission published yesterday their staff working documents on the Lisbon evaluation and the first overview of responses to the Europe 2020 consultation.
The European Anti Poverty Network (EAPN) and Dignity International have joined together to express their solidarity with the people of Haiti at this time of enormous suffering and struggle for survival and recovery in their country.
EAPN Conference on the demand of a EU directive on Minimum Income (Brussels): Having as background the working paper “Framework Directive on Minimum Income”, this Conference was quite an important moment for EAPN. The main arguments raised were: An adequate minimum income for a dignified life is a fundamental right and a prerequisite for eradicating…Details
In the context of the 2009 Annual Theme on Participation and Homelessness, FEANTSA asked its members to submit videos or other forms of information resources on homelessness and good practices of participation from their countries.Details
Organised by the Spanish Presidency of the European Union, with the support of the European Commission and of the European Anti-Poverty Network, the 9th European Meeting of People experiencing poverty took place at the European Parliament on 25 June and at the European Commission the next day.Details
The Derbyshire Unemployed Workers’ Centres is one of the most high profile campaigning organisations in the UK on issues around unemployment and benefits issues. To receive the Annual Report and Quarterly campaign bulletin contact Colin Hampton at firstname.lastname@example.org.