housing

Five ways to a more social Europe

City politicians and experts from over 50 major European cities have called on the EU to strengthen commitments for a more social Europe.

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publication date: 24-10-2018

Recommendations for a more socially sustainable Europe

The EUROCITIES Social Affairs Forum met on 23-24 October 2018 in Stuttgart to discuss ‘Anchoring the Sustainable Development Goals to achieve Social Rights for All’. Over 120 participants from 40 major European cities agreed to make cities socially sustainable for the future by linking the EU Pillar of Social Rights, the SDGs and the Urban Agenda for the EU. The participating cities propose 10 recommendations to achieve a more socially sustainable Europe in 2019-2024.

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publication date: 24-10-2018

EU observer: Cities are frontrunners in fight for social rights for all

Global strategies such as the UN's Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) or the EU's Pillar of Social Rights are powerful tools to address urban challenges, but they will only succeed with the support of cities as active agents of social change, says Laia Ortiz.

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publication date: 23-10-2018

  •  cooperation

EUROCITIES Statement on ESF+

The European Social Fund (ESF) is a major source of funding for cities. It supports city measures for social inclusion, labour market integration, vocational training and skills development.

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publication date: 18-10-2018

  •  cooperation

EUROCITIES Statement on ESF+

The European Social Fund (ESF) is a major source of funding for cities. It supports city measures for social inclusion, labour market integration, vocational training and skills development.

news

publication date: 18-10-2018

Making social rights a reality: the commitment of cities to deliver on European Pillar for Social Rights

Despite the European Union’s economic growth, EU is facing raising social challenges. Beside the income inequalities, new forms of inequalities are emerging as a result of technological change and ageing society. The European Pillar for Social Rights (EPSR), which was the result of the call for action made by the European Parliament, aims at better fulfilling and implementing the social rights of Europeans. EUROCITIES is launching the online campaign ‘Inclusive cities for all: Social...

news

publication date: 02-10-2018

  •  environment

EUROCITIES met the UN Special Rapporteur on the right to housing

On 12 September, EUROCITIES Secretary General, Anna Lisa Boni and Policy Director Silvia Ganzerla have met the UN Special Rapporteur on right to housing, Leilani Farha, to discuss about the role of cities in fighting homelessness and ensuring adequate and affordable housing for all citizens.

news

publication date: 18-09-2018

Register NOW for the study visit and WG meeting on Roma inclusion on 24-25 September in Leeds

Our autumn meeting of the working group Roma inclusion will take place on 24-25 September in Leeds. It will bring together cities from different corners of Europe to learn and inspire one another on how to address inequalities and foster the inclusion of Roma people, Europe's biggest ethnic minority. The meeting will include a study visit and an exhibition of projects and services that support Roma inclusion in Leeds.

news

publication date: 17-08-2018

Social Affairs Forum in Stuttgart will look into social sustainability and social rights

Do you wish to make your city socially sustainable for the future? Do you want to deliver social rights for all people in your city? Join our autumn Social Affairs Forum in Stuttgart on 23-24 October to learn and be inspired on how to achieve these ambitions.

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publication date: 09-08-2018

EU Conference: Social and Economic Integration of Homeless People - 21 September, Budapest

FEANTSA together with the Metropolitan Research Institute Budapest and Shelter Foundation Budapest are organising the 13th Annual European Research Conference on Homelessness in Budapest entitled Social and Economic Integration of Homeless People.

event

start date: 21-09-2018
end date: 21-09-2018