In 2016, the Pact of Amsterdam established the EU Urban Agenda to bring policy makers from all levels together to improve the quality of life in our cities and tackle social challenges. Among the 12 thematic partnerships, the Urban Agenda has established an Urban Poverty Partnership, which has prioritised homelessness, child poverty, Roma and deprived neighbourhoods. Over the past 6 months the Urban Poverty Partnership has developed a series of actions which can have a real and valuable impact in the fight to end urban poverty including homelessness. The actions have recently been put to a public consultation. FEANTSA is calling for its members and the wider social sector to respond to the consultation.
The consultation is open until August 22nd and you can respond to the consultation here.
If you would like some assistance or guidance in responding to the consultation you can view the document enclosed.