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The Global Coalition for Social Protection Floors was created in June 2012.

Membership is open to NGOs that are representatives of their constituencies and that agree to the Coalition’s principles and aims as stated in the terms of reference.

The GCSPF operates within a worldwide network structure, without establishing formal headquarters, and supported by a global focal point. The Coalition will communicate with ILO, the UN Inter Agency Board on the SPF and other relevant organizations as well as contribute to international and regional forums.

Your organisation wants to join the Coalition? No problem! To become a member please download our application form (available in pdf and word versions), fill it out and email it back to us.

Alternatively, if you have any questions regarding the membership, please get in touch through our contact form.

Civil Society Call for a Global Fund for Social Protection

Civil society organizations and trade unions unite to call for a Global Fund for Social Protection to protect the most vulnerable.

Social Security for All

Civil society organizations and trade unions call governments and international financial institutions to make a commitment to create social security systems that enable everyone to realize their rights. Governments and financial institutions should end policies that have been failing millions of people.

SP&PFM Programme

The programme Improving Synergies Between Social Protection and Public Finance Management provided medium-term support to multiple countries aiming to strengthen their social protection systems at a national level and ensure sustainable financing. The programme aimed to support countries in their efforts towards achieving universal social protection coverage.
This initiative was implemented jointly by the ILO, Unicef, and the GCSPF.

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