243rd Bi-monthly Member Meeting 2016
Venue: KSSA/ICF Center, Phnom Penh
Date: 02-02 Aug 2016
The 243rd Bi-Monthly Members meeting will be convened on 2August 2016. Based on CCC’s Bylaw, the meeting is designed for participants who are country representatives/executive directors and/or 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 purposes to this meeting are:
- To welcome new members and to exchange best practice of CCC member’s contribution.
- To assess the implications of current development challenges including civic space, security and risks toward civil society and to discuss on common mitigation and copping strategies.
- To present draft five years program of CCC for 2017 – 2021 and generate inputs/endorsements from members.
- To strengthen the collaboration among CCC members and beyond.
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