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European cities respond to the coronavirus crisis

In the Turkish city of Pendik, police go shopping for the elderly who have to stay at home. London has reserved 300 hotel rooms for homeless people to help them self-isolate, to protect themselves and others against infection. And Barcelona makes advance payments for artists whose shows have been postponed.

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publication date: 24-03-2020

Utrecht signs pledge to make affordable, preventive and curative health care available for all residents!

Utrecht pledges on principle 16 - health care - of the European Pillar of Social Rights.

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publication date: 23-03-2020

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start date: 23-03-2020
end date: 23-03-2020

Warsaw pledges to ensure long-term care services for its residents

Paweł Rabiej, deputy Mayor for the city of Warsaw signed a strong commitment to principle 18 on long term care to the European Pillar of Social Rights.

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publication date: 23-03-2020

EUROCITIES meets Commissioner Dalli to discuss working together on equality and inclusion

On 25 February, our chair of the Social Affairs Forum and deputy mayor of Malmo, Sedat Arif, together with EUROCITIES secretary general, Anna Lisa Boni, and senior policy advisor, Bianca Faragau met with Commissioner for Equality, Helena Dalli, to discuss how cities and the European Commission can work together to strengthen inclusion and equality.

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publication date: 25-02-2020

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publication date: 18-02-2020

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publication date: 31-01-2020

Join EUROCITIES initiative 'Inclusive Cities for All: Social Rights in My City'

Is your city pursuing inclusive policies? Do you work to ensure social rights for all people in your city? Then join our initiative 'Inclusive Cities for All: Social Rights in My City’.

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publication date: 13-01-2020

Cities learn how to support new groups at risk of homelessness in Poznan

How can cities support new groups at risk of homelessness?

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publication date: 10-12-2019