How to link SPF with SDGs and bring an effective human rights monitoring mechanisms to the process ensuring no one is left behind?
How do we develop international enabling actions for implementation of SDGs at national levels?
What role can the Global Coalition play at regional and national levels?
To find answers to these questions, a three -day focused global South meeting is being organised between 27 and 29 January and hosted by the PWESCR (Programme on Women's Economic, Social and Cultural Rights) in New Delhi (India) to
Social protection is one of the foundations for inclusive, equitable and sustainable development. With focused advocacy efforts in collaboration with several stakeholders and partners, the Coalition did succeed in getting social protection included as a key component of Sustainable Development Goals. The Coalition has been effective in its collective international advocacy efforts to demand social security. In the last three years, it has worked around SDGs, Human Rights Council, the UN Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights and with the EU and has resulted in some promising outcomes.
Over 200 civil society organizations and trade unions unite to call for a Global Fund for Social Protection to protect the most vulnerable during COVID-19 and beyond.
The programme Improving Synergies Between Social Protection and Public Finance Management provides medium-term support to multiple countries aiming to strengthen their social protection systems at a national level and ensure sustainable financing. The programme aims to support countries in their efforts towards achieving universal social protection coverage.
This initiative is implemented jointly by the ILO, Unicef, and the GCSPF.