THE 4th REGIONAL LEARNING FORUM ON POLICY DEVELOPMENT AND CIVIL SOCIETY
Venue: Battambang Province
Date: 31 May-31 May 2018
Time: 8:00 AM-5:00 PM
The Cooperation Committee for Cambodia (CCC), in cooperation with other civil society organizations and relevant government institutions/authorities, is organizing the 4th Regional Learning Forum on “Policy Development and Arrangement within Civil Society Organizations” in Battambang Province. The forum aimed at: 1) Providing update of the Law on Assocations and Non-Governmental Organizations (LANGO), Taxation Law; National Social Security Fund (NSSF) Law, Labour Law and other related regulations. 2) Assessing and following up the challenges related to the implementation/compliance to the abovementioned laws. 3) Obtaining clarity and clarification made by Government Authorities. and 4) Identifying ways forwards for CSOs to be responsive/complied with the laws.
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