Social Protection Floors– Perspectives, Demands, Aspirations of the South

The Programme on Women’s Economic Social Cultural Rights (PWESCR), which is a founding member of the Global Coalition of Social Protection Floors, with support from Bread for the World convened a three-day meeting of the Core Group members of the Coalition, especially from the global South in New Delhi, India. Representatives of Civil Society Organisations (CSOs), networks and individual activists working on social security and social protection issues attended the meeting. This meeting was meant to share the concept of social protection floor and how organisations and groups from the South can effectively engage with the global advocacy and campaign for SPF. The meeting was conceived as an initiator for reaching out to more organisations, groups and networks in the South, for expanding the Coalition and also for initiating a process of building country-level advocacy and action plans.

You can read the Charter of Recommendations adopted in English and Arabic.

 

 

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