Publications

Untitled Document EAPN Flash Stay informed! Subscribe for free to EAPN Flash, our two-weekly newsflash on poverty and social exclusion in Europe. read more Anti-Poverty Magazine The Anti-Poverty Magazine, the new EAPN’s magazine, is published 3 times a year. It replaces EAPN’s former magazine Network news. Each issue deals with a particular theme that is…

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Resources

This Resources section is devoted to information on funding opportunities policy toolkits explanation on the EU jargon EAPN’s current key documents EAPN photos You can also find here below a list of other tips for EAPN members and other NGOs PILI, pro-bono law institute working with NGOs From its offices in New York, Budapest, Moscow…

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EAPN position paper: The security we need cannot be summarised by secured transitions between jobs!

In its response to the Commission Communication “Towards common principles of Flexicurity: more and better jobs through flexibility and security”, EAPN warns: “The security we need cannot be summarised by secured transitions between jobs! It requires high levels of social protection, quality employment and respect of fundamental rights.”

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Press release: European Summit: A Social Europe…but not quite yet!

The European Anti Poverty Network (EAPN) has mixed feelings about the agreement reached on 23 June by the European Council on the Intergovernmental Conference (IGC) mandate which will provide the basis and framework for the drawing up of the new “Reform Treaty”. While welcoming the balancing between social and free market objectives and other positive elements concerning Social Europe, EAPN calls on the EU political leaders to secure social policy’s rightful place at the top of the EU agenda in the upcoming IGC negotiations.

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Press release: Where to now on Social Services? Will the Commission take up the torch?

The European Anti Poverty Network (EAPN) welcomes the initiative taken by the Collective SSIG FR in organizing the seminar held yesterday in Brussels (5th June) to discuss ways of moving forward in the debate on Social and Health Services of General Interest. This conference was a welcome next step, following on from the Commission’s Seminar on the 4th June which presented the findings of the consultation on Social and Health Services of General Interest and the related Study.

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