Established on 16 February 2012, Social Protection Civil Society Network (SPCSN) has been active in raising the voice of right holders, promoting interfaces among right holders, experts and duty bearers, making duty bearers more accountable on various social protection issues.Read more
90% suggestions incorporated On-going discussion among stakeholders
2,750 copied published and submitted to 17 members
Endorsed working guidelines of SPCSN Chair and Joint chair elected; Advocacy document prepared
Incorporated many suggestions
SPCSN formed comprising 14 organizations: Collective Campaign for Peace (COCAP) – Coordinator (providing Secretariat also) Save the children – Member Secretary
The consultation workshop realized a civil societies’ forum on social protection to raise of voice of right holders
At some points in their lives, people are exposed to illness, unemployment, natural calamities, or other risks.
As a follow-up plan, another round of meetings was conducted to amend and revise the existing advocacy plan.
SPCSN organized a half day workshop at Kathmandu with support from Save the Children on the occasion of World Day Child Labor against on 15th June 2018.