Members of the Global Coalition

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Co-signatories to the joint NGO SPF statement are the following organisations:

  Name of the Organization Country Contact person
1. Centro de Implementación de Políticas Públicas para la Equidad y el Crecimiento (CIPPEC) Argentina Gala Carina Diaz Langou
2. JusticeMakers Bangladesh Bangladesh Shahanur Islam
3. 11.11.11 Belgium  
4. CNCD-11.11.11 Belgium Michel Cermak
5. Global Social Justice Belgium Francine Mestrum
6. Solidar Belgium Barbara Caracciolo
7. World Solidarity – Wereldsolidariteit – Solidarité Mondiale Belgium Bart Verstraeten, Gijs Justaert, Koen Detavernier
8. European Anti Poverty Network (EAPN) Belgium (Brussels) Sian Jones
9. International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) Belgium (Brussels) Alison Tate, Evelyn Astor
10. Cambodian Women Movement Organisation  (CWMO) and Global Network Cambodia Cambodia  
11. Community Legal Education Center (CLEC) and Global Network Cambodia Cambodia  Huon Chundy
12. World Federalist Movement Canada Myron J. Frankman
13. Corporación Solidaridad y Desarrollo – SODEM Chile María Teresa Carvajal Villegas
14. Asia Monitor Resource Centre (AMRC) and Global Network Asia China
(Hong Kong)
Abu Mufakhir
Noel Colina
K Chan
15. African Disability Forum (ADF) Ethiopia Berhanu Tefera
16. Development Initiatives (DI) Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda Martha Bekele
17. Association Points Cœur France Elodie Tranchez
18. International Movement ATD Fourth World France (Geneva) Wouter van Ginneken
19. Public Services International (PSI) France (Geneva) Baba Aye
20. Gambia Future Hands On Disable People Gambia Musa M. Jagne
21. Social Protection Platform – The Gambia (SPPG) Gambia Dawda Samba
22. Brot für die Welt Germany Dr. Luise Steinwachs, Nicola Wiebe
23. International Kolping Society (IKS) Germany John Reitter
24. Social Support Foundation Ghana Louis Acheampong
25. Community and Familiy Aid Foundation – Ghana Ghana Joseph Kwashie
26. B.I.R.S.A. Mines Monitoring Centre India  
27. Programme on Women’s Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (PWESCR) India Priti Darooka
28. Service and Research Institute on Family and Children (SERFAC) India Catherine Bernard
29. Youth For Action India E. Venkat Ramnayya
30. Psychological Research & Development Council-India (PRDC India) India Mohan Lal K
31. Shanta Memorial Rehabilitation Center (SMRC) India Prof Asha Hans
32. Trade Union Right Centre (TURC) Indonesia Surya Tjandra
33. Concern Worldwide Ireland Gabrielle Smith
34. International Association of Schools of Social Work (IASSW) Italy Annamaria Campanini
35. Phenix Center for Economic & Informatics Studies Jordan Ahmad Awad
36. Africa Platform for Social Protection (APSP) Kenya Sylvia Beales Gelber
37. Amel Association International Lebanon Dr Kamel Muhanna
38. Friends of the Disabled Association (FDA) Lebanon Moussa Charafeddine
39. Modern University for Business and Science (MUBS) Lebanon Houda Sleem
40. National Union on Intellectual Disability (NUID) Lebanon Moussa Charafeddine
41. Chipembere Community Development Organization Malawi Boniface Vincent Mbewe
42. National Union of Bank Employees (NUBE) Malaysia  Bro J. Solomon
43. Proyecto de Derechos Econónimos, Sociales y Culturales (PRODESC) Mexico Yasser Caballero Martinez
44. Labour Resource and Research Institute (LARRI) Global Network Namibia Namibia Michael Akuupa
45. South Asia Alliance for Poverty Eradication (SAAPE) Nepal Dr. Netra Prasad Timsina
Praman Adhikari
46. The Grail Netherlands Mary Kay Louchart
47. Worldwide Network Nigeria: Women in development and Environment Nigeria Dr. Ify Ofong
48. Olive Community Development Initiative (OCDI) Nigeria Oluwatoni Adeleke
49. International Council on Social Welfare (ICSW) Norway Tom Johannesen
50. Labour and Education Foundation (LEF) and Global Network Pakistan Pakistan Khalid Mahmood
51. Democracy and Workers Rights Centre (DWRC) and Global Network Arab Countries Palestine Maryam Al Tibi
52. Programa Laboral de Desarrollo (PLADES) and Global Network Latin America Peru Giovanna Larco Drouilly
53. Labour Education and Research Network  (LEARN) and Global Network Asia Philippines Jennifer AC Albano
54. Network for Transformative Social Protection (NTSP)-Asia Philippines  
55. General Confederation of Trade Unions (GCTU) Russia Valery Kravtsov
56. ActionAid International South Africa Choragudi, Upendranadh
57. Dullah Omar Institute,  University of the Western Cape,  South Africa South Africa Ebenezer Durojaye
58. Labour Research Service (LRS) and Global Network Africa South Africa Trenton Elsley
59. Studies in Poverty and Inequality Institute (SPII) South Africa Isoble Fryre
60. Free Trade Union Development Center Sri Lanka GVD. Tilakasiri
61. Lanka Net Sri Lanka Malini Perera
62. Samadeepa Development Center Sri Lanka Chandrearathne Bandara
63. Act Church of Sweden Sweden Gunnel Axelsson Nycander
64. Olof Palme International Center Sweden Tamara Vocar
65. Franciscans International Switzerland Sandra Ratjen
66. International Federation of Social Workers (IFSW) Switzerland Klaus Kühne
67. Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) Switzerland Hansjörg (Hajo) Lanz
Yvonne Bartmann
68. Norwegian Church Aid Tanzania Office Tanzania Sarah Shija
69. Union Générale Tunisienne du Travail (UGTT) Tunisia Abdelkarim Jrad
70. Development Research and Training (DRT) Uganda Rebecca Ssanyu
71. HelpAge International United Kingdom Florian Juergens
72. Save the Children UK United Kingdom Luke Harman
Richard Morgan
73. UK Child Poverty Action Group United Kingdom Alison Garnham
74. The Bretton Woods Project (BWP) United Kingdom Miriam Brett
75. OXFAM United Kingdom/ Germany Ellen Ehmke, Hilde van Regenmortel
76. Congregation of Our Lady of Charity of the Good Shepherd United States Winifred Doherty
77. Congregation of The Mission United States Guillermo Campuzano, Cm
78. Daughters of Charity United States Catherine Prendergast
79. Dominican Leadership Conference United States Margaret Mayce
80. Institute of the Blessed Virgin Mary-Loreto Generalate United States Cynthia Annamma Mathew
81. International Network for the Prevention of Elder Abuse (INPEA) United States Susan Somers
82. International Presentation Association United States Despoina Afroditi Milaki
83. Loretto Community United States Beth Blissman
84. Marianists International United States Brian Reavey
85. Passionists International United States Mirek Lesiecki
86. Salesian Missions United States Tom Brennan
87. Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur United States Grace Ezeonu
88. Society of Catholic Medical Missionaries United States Celine Paramunda
89. Social Justice in Global Development United States Gemma Adaba
Barry Herman
90. Trickle Up United States Jo Sanson, Jaya Sarkar
91. UNANIMA International United States Jean Quinn
92. VIVAT International United States Helen Saldanha, Robert Mirsel
93. Gray Panthers United States Jack Kupferman
94. Platform for Social Protection Zambia Phyllis Chibuye-Chikula
95. Workers Education Association Zambia (WEAZ) and Global Network Zambia Zambia  
96. Labour and Economic Development Research Institute (LEDRIZ) and Global Network Zimbabwe Zimbabwe Dr Godfrey Kanyenze
97. Asia-Europe People’s Forum – Secretariat for Asia   Tina Ebro, Maris Dela Cruz, Veronica Uy
98. Center for Economic and Social Rights (CESR)   Kate Donald
99. International Alliance of Women (IAW)   Hélène Sackstein
Lyda Verstegen
100. Instituto del Tercer Mundo (ITeM)Social Watch   Roberto Bissio
101. Women in Informal Employment: Globalizing and Organizing (WIEGO)   Rachel Moussie

  Individual Members Country  
1. Tara Patricia Cookson Canada  
2. Magdalena Sepúlveda Carmona Chile  
3. Cäcilie Schildberg Germany  
4. Michael Cichon Germany  
5. Markus Kaltenborn Germany  
6. Odile Frank Switzerland  
7. Daniel Horn United Kingdom