Europe has so far failed to take substantial action to ensure people’s access to adequate minimum income. We truly hope that this is about to change now.
The European Anti-Poverty Network wants more investment in healthcare to reduce poverty by 20% among the elderly
The EAPN is committed to the home model as an alternative to the residential one and emphasizes the importance of healthy life expectancy as a key indicator for assessing a country’s health status.
We fear that governments are yet again prioritising business instead of protecting people and that recovery instruments will not benefit the poor, or even risk generating increased poverty, with austerity looming again to restore public accounts.
EAPN publishes a report that describes the conditions of the most vulnerable people in the EU and makes recommendations to the authorities.
Nonprofit organizations urge governments all over the world to take steps to protect the most susceptible from the impacts of the coronavirus.
The chair of the European Anti Poverty Network (EAPN) believes Europe should set a minimum wage no lower than 70% of the average wage in each country.
Since 1990, many non-profit organisations are offering training activities, education and service provision aimed at the participation and empowerment of people.