CSO/NGO Statement on NSDP 2014-2018
CCC director and member NGO leaders had a meeting with H.E Sar Kheng, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Ministry of Interior on 4 June 2013
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Complaints Mechanism [PPT]
LANGO Info [Link]
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Beyond 2015 Development Framework
Beyond 2015 is a global campaign aiming to influence the creation of a post 2015 development framework that succeeds the current UN Millennium Development Goals. Beyond 2015 brings together more than 650 civil society organizations in over 100 countries around the world. CCC has been selected as a leading agency for Beyond 2015 national hub and national civil society deliberation. Please click [http://www.beyond2015.org/] to learn more about Beyond 2015 and the voice of Cambodia through these documents download.
Asia Development Alliance (ADA)
ADA is a joint initiative and an evolving network of national and sub-national development NGO/CSO platforms in Asia to promote more effective communication, coordination and cooperation in the Post-2015 Development Agenda. As a Co-Conveners of ADA, CCC has been played an important and active role in respond to the development agenda. Please download to learn more about ADA relevant documents.
Global CSOs Partnership for Development Effectiveness (GCPDE)
Following civil society’s participation in the 4th High Level Forum in Busan, CSOs have worked together to promote solidarity among themselves on a global scale through the establishment of new CSO Partnership for Development Effectiveness (CPDE).
Progress towards this new partnership started with the Cebu Consensus, which provided a basis for further discussion. Regional and thematic consultations took place in June and July 2012, with sub-regional consultations convened in the first half of 2013.
A three-person steering committee has now called for an initial ministerial-level meeting of the Global Partnership towards the end of 2013 and has identified four thematic priorities:
Please click here for other relevant documents.
Cambodia’s Draft Law on Associations and NGOs (LANGO)
In December 2011 Cambodia’s Prime Minister announced that government consultations with the NGO sector on the draft LANGO would continue until a mutually acceptable document can be developed. Learn more about CCC’s involvement and the history of the LANGO