EAPN disappointed with Employment Summit conclusions

Social Cohesion promised – but not delivered. EAPN welcomes the commitment made by the Summit to put people at the centre of the recovery plans, promoting social cohesion through an integrated economic, employment and social approach. However, these principles are not delivered through the actions proposed. The 10-step solutions focus mainly on maintaining jobs at…

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8th Meeting of People experiencing poverty

150 Europeans facing poverty gathered in Brussels on 15-16 May to meet and exchange directly with EU decision makers, representatives from national governments and NGOs, about poverty and social exclusion. This meeting’s topics were housing, basic services and financial inclusion. This 8th annual Meeting of People Experiencing Poverty was organised by the Czech EU Presidency,…

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8th Meeting of People experiencing poverty

150 Europeans facing poverty gathered in Brussels on 15-16 May to meet and exchange directly with EU decision makers, representatives from national governments and NGOs, about poverty and social exclusion. This meeting’s topics were housing, basic services and financial inclusion. This 8th annual Meeting of People Experiencing Poverty was organised by the Czech EU Presidency,…

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Funding

In the Strategic Plan 2008-2011, EAPN members decided to address the question of financing for National Networks (NNs). To start addressing this question, a Planning Group on Sustainable Financing for National Networks was established. The Group will look at the challenges NNs face in fundraising and develop proposals to help them overcome these challenges. The…

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EAPN Spain contributes to the New Society Forum

Fighting poverty must be put at the centre of the European agenda (…) social cohesion, equity within the EU and throughout the world should be EU’s priority (…) Child poverty should also be tackled, providing adequate means and making sure that children are part of the decision process that affects them”, firmly declared D. Carlos Susías, President of EAPN Spain, ahead of the European elections.

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