Eurochild’s recommendations offer suggestions on how EU spending can have maximum impact on Member States’ efforts to reduce child poverty, to break the cycle of disadvantage and ultimately to build more inclusive and prosperous societies
Opening Doors for Europe’s Children releases recommendations to the EU at a critical moment for the reform of child protection in Europe
More than 20 organisations within the EU Alliance for Investing in Children urge the EU institutions and its Member States to invest in children and develop a future MFF that works to end child poverty and promotes the social inclusion of all children in Europe
The European Expert Group on the Transition from Institutional to Community-based Care (EEG) has prepared a position paper with specific recommendations to contribute to the current debate on the Multi-annual Financial Framework
Eurochild is among the 36 organisations that signed the joint statement calling on the EU to prioritise the rights of children in migration in the post-2020 budget period, in the spirit of the 2017 Commission Communication on the protection of children in migration, the European Commission toolkit on the use of EU funds for the integration of people with migrant background, and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
More than 20 organisations within the EU Alliance for Investing in Children and the Child Rights Action Group (CRAG) urge the EU institutions and its Member States to invest in children and develop a future Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF) that works to end child poverty and promotes the social inclusion of all children in Europe.
The European Commission's reflection paper sets out the basic features of the EU budget and charts the principal trends and developments in key policy areas
Communication from the European Commission to the European Parliament, the European Council and the Council: A new, modern Multiannual Financial Framework for a European Union that delivers efficiently on its priorities post-2020
Preparing the Parliament’s position on the MFF post-2020.
Eurochild contributed to a consultation with civil society organisations organised by the European Economic and Social Committee on the issue of tackling poverty and social exclusion, in view of the upcoming Multi-Annual Financial Framework for post 2020. The introduction report from this consultation will be shared with the European Commission for consideration.
Eurochild contributed to a policy paper offering recommendations on how the post-2020 EU Multi-annual Financial Framework could foster more transnationality, social policy experimentation and social innovation. As part of the ESF thematic network on inclusion and partnership, Eurochild offered its policy expertise and guidance in the development of these recommendations, specifically on the European Social Fund.