Working Groups for 2020 - 2021

March 2020

Working Groups for 2020 - 2021


Eight working groups (WGs) were confirmed at the Core Team strategy meeting held in Geneva, Switzerland on November 2019. The report of the meeting is here.
These eight WGs will frame the work of the Global Coalition in 2020 and 2021. You are invited to join them, please contact the responsibles of the WG and/or the secretariat.


1. Strategy on social security standards


Responsible: Odile Frank. Read more


2. Human Rights Monitoring of the Implementation of the four Social Security Guarantees


Responsibles:Wouter van Ginneken and Ebenezer Durojaye. Read the workplan Read more


3. IMF Social Financing Strategy / IMF Country Level Monitoring Initiative


Responsibles: Barry Herman and Roberto Bissio. Read more


4. Future Engagement with USP 2030


Responsibles: Bart Verstraeten, Nicola Wiebe. Read more


5. EU DEVCO Project


Responsibles: Florian Juergens, Bart Verstraeten, Hilde Van Regenmortel. The concept note is here and the workplan is here


6. Joint engagement at CSocD, CSW and HLPF 2020


Responsible: Winifred Doherty. Read more


7. Strategy on global financing mechanism
(e.g. global fund, also including the discussion on a new UN tax body)


Responsible: Michael Cichon. Read more


8. The role of UHC as a cross cutting issue


Responsible: Odile Frank. Read more


9. The right to be cared


The concept note is available here.



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