Réseaux ferroviaires Européens Développement social et Solidarité dans les Gares (Gare Européenne et Solidarité)
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Set up, 29 Oct 2008, Rome (Italy), on signing the European Charter for development of social initiatives in stations.
Create a large network - integrating railway companies, public authorities and third sector organizations and enterprises - that operates with a common methodology to take action on social issues in stations, firstly favouring the exchange of knowledge and best practice amongst partners.
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