The section represents a web repository of documents, heterogeneous in terms of the people who drafted them, by area of interest according to the different fields of activities in which Cittadinanzattiva-Active Citizenship Network operates, etc. Some documents were produced by Cittadinanzattiva/ACN, others contain our own contributions, or has us cited in the sources of information. There are also documents that are external to us but which, directly or indirectly, are considered interesting for European policy purposes. They are arranged by date, starting from the most recent one.
“Advancing Vaccination Equity in Europe”. A report, published in April 2023, on the essential strategies for advancing vaccination equity in Europe. Delve into the importance of targeting vulnerable populations experiencing poverty and social exclusion to reverse the decline in vaccination uptake across the continent. Featuring case studies from France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and the UK, this report highlights three key priorities for EU and national efforts: improved data collection incorporating social determinants, enhanced access through community pharmacies and mobile clinics, and fostering trust via co-created community solutions. The ACN’ Director was involved in the activity by Business Fights Poverty.
“The Hera Group Sustainability Report for 2009”. This Sustainability Report, the eighth published by the Hera Group, is a primary tool for reporting on the Hera Group’s activities and results in the economic, environmental and social fields, as well as providing information to and dialoguing with stakeholders. Within the report, particular importance was accorded to local projects for which Cittadinanzattiva provided the Prices and Fees Observatory Integrated Water Service Report. For the download, click here.
“Groundwater country report for Italy: an assessment of current knowledge and future prospects. This paper helps understand some key characteristics of the Italian water institutions, namely sectoriality, fragmentation, add-on and lack of coherence, emergency driven, and its supply-side and public-work approaches. For the download, click here.
“Civil Society Partnerships and Development Policies: Emerging Trends”. The “European Charter of Active Citizenship” sets out the rights and duties of civic organizations that participate in the decision-making processes related to public policies. Promoted by FONDACA and Active Citizenship Network between 2005-2006, the Charter has overcome the European borders, as demonstrated by the citations in the document “Civil Society Partnerships and Development Policies: Emerging Trends”, commissioned by UNESCO and written by International Federation of University Women. For the download, click here.