We’ve interviewed the CEO of Ecoserveis on how the global crisis is affecting people living in a situation of energy poverty.
Cup of color is a non-profit organization from Switzerland whose goals are bringing hope and beauty by creating an oasis in places for those in desperate circumstances by doing murals with communities.
To achieve a just and equitable recovery, it is urgent to abandon the piecemeal approach maintained until now and develop policies that address the structural causes of the problem.
The crisis is clearly showing us that an adequate and sustainable social protection system is needed in Europe.
Expressing feelings and experiences through art is part of the recovery process for women that are treated at the Fundació Surt. Their works can be visited at the Galeria Atelier in Barcelona.
The Roma Brexit Campaigning and Policy project of Roma Support Group talks about the role of this non-profit organization and what are the main troubles of Roma people in the UK.
13 European organisations are behind the “EmpowerMed” project to collectively build the right to energy.
The president of the Ahead association tells us about the projects in the organisation and how the poverty that is brought on by the pandemic is affecting the most vulnerable groups.
We have talked with BRAC to know how Covid-19 has affected Bangladesh and its rates of extreme and new poverty.
We talks with Abdou, a malian who managed to cross the Mediterranean and reached Malaga.
44% of new cases of child poverty will be recorded in Europe and Central Asia, according to Save the Children and UNICEF.
The Programme Manager of Latin American Foundation For the Future (LAFF) talks about the effects of Covid-19 in Peru and how children are suffering the consequences.