Social Economic and Environmental Council (CESE)

Social Economic and Environmental Council (CESE)
Senegal

Senegal

Date of entry: June 10, 2005

Member of AICESIS
Member of ILO

Social Economic and Environmental Council (CESE)

Best practices: The ESEC has some innovative features:
- It includes the environmental challenge, which has steadily grown since the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro to become the main concern of the international community.

- In partnership with the Senegalese National Assembly, it was agreed to build a common venue between the Parliament and the ESEC. There is also collaboration between officials of the two assemblies, which involves sharing experience and exchange.


- The ESEC regularly collaborates with the Government to develop and implement national policies and strategies, such as the Decent Work Country Program (DWCP) and Global Jobs Pact; the National Strategy for Economic and Social Development (SNDES/DSRP3) and the selection of relevant indicators and probably the Green Jobs (partnership Senegalese Government / ILO)

Contacts

(0021) 777406544 / 338296363

syamadoulamine@yahoo.fr / ibthioye@orange.sn

www.ces.sn

Avenue Pasteur, n° 25 – BP 6100 – DAKAR (SENEGAL)

Organisation on 1 July in Dakar (Senegal) of a joint workshop UCESA-UCESIF on "The challenges of climate change, responses and funding to support mitigation and adaptation of economies - The COP 21 challenges ".

Organisation on 1 July in Dakar (Senegal) of a joint workshop UCESA-UCESIF on "The challenges of climate change, responses and funding to support mitigation and adaptation of economies - The COP 21 challenges ".

The General Assembly was held in Rabat (Morocco) on June 11. On the occasion the Moroccan ESEC took the UCESIF presidency.

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