Venue: Diakonia Center (KSSA/ICF)
Date: 05-05 Apr 2018
Time: 8:00 AM-12:00 PM
This 251th Bi-Monthly Members meeting will be convened in the morning of 5 April 2018 at Diakonia Center (KSSA/ICF). Based on CCC’s Bylaw, the meeting designed for participants who are country representatives/executive directors and senior leaders/managers of CCC members to attend and bring the common concerns on the development challenges and prioritize the issues to be addressed by relevant stakeholders.
The purpose of this meeting are:
1. To welcome a new member and share the development approach
2. To share and update on the outcome statement of the Annual General Meeting and other initiatives
3. To have detailed discussion on the LANGO, and Labor Law, and their next steps.
Outcome Paper from AGM 16 March 2018 Final_EnglishDownloads
Outcome Paper from AGM 16 March 2018 Final_KhmerDownloads
Update_Checklist of CSOs Legal Compliance_V3Downloads
Law and Regulations Referrencing to CSOs Checklist SurveyDownloads
Other Event Archives
Since 2004, CCC hosts the NGO Governance & Professional Practices (NGO GPP) program (component), which is originally known as the NGO Good Practice Project, aiming at promoting good governance, accountability, transparency, professionalism and good practices within NGOs operating in Cambodia.
The meeting was conducted on 2 June 2015 as normally for its members. It was designed into two main sessions. The first half morning was to update on current status CCC membership and form the technical working group on the LANGO and policy development process. After the break, there was the small group discussions on the e-advocacy system.
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