Qu'est-ce que GCAP?

L’Action Mondial Contre la Pauvreté (GCAP) soutient les populations dans leurs luttes pour la justice sociale. GCAP mobilise les communautés et les organisations pour contester contre les institutions et les processus qui perpétuent la pauvreté et les inégalités. Ensemble, nous défendons et promouvons les droits de l'homme, la justice de genre, la justice sociale, la justice climatique et la sécurité nécessaire pour la dignité et la paix de tous.

GCAP est un réseau de plus de 11 000 organisations de la société civile (OSC) organisées dans 58 coalitions nationales composée de groupes de femmes, de jeunes et de personnes socialement exclues, entre autres.

Vous pouvez découvrir nos approches et stratégies en visitant notre Agenda 2030 pour le Développement Durable ou en visualisant notre campagne actuelle appelait les Visages de l'Inégalité.

Nos qualités

  • Un leadership politique fort dans les pays du Sud.
  • Une capacité éprouvée à mobiliser des millions de personnes pour d'un plaidoyer fondé sur les droits.
  • Un véritable processus ascendant dirigé par des groupes marginalisés et des organisations de femmes.
  • Un focus sur les aspects structurels des inégalités.
  • Une structuration solide, composé de milliers de petites et moyennes organisations de la société civile.

Histoire

Une décennie d'expérience de campagne

En septembre 2003, une activiste éminente sur les affaires relatives aux femmes et aux enfants, Graçia Machel, a accueilli un groupe d’activistes de la société civile du sud à Maputo, au Mozambique. C’est ainsi que l’idée de l’action mondiale contre la pauvreté (GCAP) a été avancée pour la première fois. Son lancement intervient  en 2005 au Forum Social Mondial de Porto Allegre avec le symbole de la bande blanche « whiteband », GCAP a mobilisé des centaines de millions de personnes et a coorganisé la plus grande campagne de questions à caractère unique au monde dénommé « Stand Up », c’est-à-dire, Debout contre la pauvreté – certifiée par le record Mondial Guinness avec 173 millions personnes en 2009. GCAP a joué un rôle clé dans l’élaboration et la formulation de l’agenda 2030 et les Objectifs de Développement Durable (ODDs). Nous avons organisé des consultations communautaires et nationales dans 39 pays depuis 2013. En 2015, nous avons mobilisé 32 millions personnes pour lutter contre la pauvreté, l’Inégalité et le changement climatique. GCAP a insisté avec succès sur la centralité de la lutte contre les inégalités et la garantie de la participation active des personnes à l’agenda 2030. L’objectif ODD 10 sur les inégalités, en est un résultat. Le 25 septembre 2017, GCAP en collaboration avec la Campagne d’action del’ONU-SDG, a célébré la Journée Mondiale d’Action – Act4SDGs pour marquer l’anniversaire des ODDs. En 2018, un million de personnes ont participé à 1662 actions dans 143 pays.   https://youtu.be/aRUgs2Wpcqc

Mandat et Stratégie

L’objectif principal Construire avec les dirigeants du Sud une action mondiale forte et progressiste contre la pauvreté et les inégalités afin que personne ne soit laissé en rade. Objectifs spécifiques

  1. Faire en sorte que les personnes en particulier les groupes marginalisés sont conscientes de leurs droits et habilités par le biais d’un partenariat avec les OSC locales et nationales à fournir un processus robuste ascendant dirigé par les citoyens qui abordent les aspects structurels des inégalités et surveille les ODD.
  2. Engager à tous les niveaux les gouvernements, ainsi que le secteur privé a traiter de manière responsable les aspects structurels des inégalités et de mettre en œuvre les objectifs de développement durable.
  3. Construire un réseau mondial fort composé de coalitions nationales, de groupes de citoyens et d’initiatives de plaidoyer et de mobilisation aux niveaux régional et mondial pour influencer les processus et les institutions internationaux.

Thèmes

  • Genre et exclusion sociale
  • Rôle et responsabilité du secteur privé
  • Redistribution
  • Justice Climatique

Activités Principales

  • Recherche et action : Rapports sur les ‘inégalités et Visages de l’Inégalité publications
  • Sensibilisation et le renforcement des capacités sur les inégalités et les ODD
  • Mobilisation et campagne dans un processus ascendant
  • Plaidoyer et suivi
  • Coordination de la société civile et construction d’alliances

 

Annual Reports

Notre structure

Coalitions Nationales

GCAP est composé de plus de 11 000 organisations de la société civile, organisées en 58 coalitions nationales. Chacun travaille avec des organisations de base au niveau national tout au long de l'année, sur les questions les plus pertinentes dans leur propre pays.

Regional Council Members

Asia

Beckie Malay - Philippines

PRRM -

Annie Namala - India

Wada Na Todo Abhiyan -

Abdul Awal - Bangladesh

GCAP Bangladesh -

Abid Ahmad -Afghanistan

Sanayee Development Organisation -

Sin Putheary - Cambodia

Cooperation Committee of Cambodia -

Bhakta Bishwakarma - Nepal

Asia Dalit Rights Forum/GCAP Social Justice Task Force -

Nichol Ng (ex-officio) - Singapore

ONE Singapore -

Arjun Bhattarai (ex-officio) - Singapore

NGO Federation of Nepal -

Latin America & Caribbean

Georgina Muñoz Pavon - Nicaragua

Latindadd

César Artiga - El Salvador

Enlaces por la Sustentabilidad

Agustina Carpio - Argentina

INPADE

Henry Morales - Guatemala

Tzukimpop

Les différents groupes constituants

Constituency groups organize and represent groups in society who are most vulnerable, neglected and left behind and face discrimination and inequalities.



  • Social Justice Task Force on Discrimination Based on Work and Descent
  • Les organisations des droits de la femme et féministe (FTF)
  • La Task Force des personnes socialement exclus (SETF)
  • de la Jeunesse
  • des personnes âgées

Assemblée Générale

GCAP’s General Assembly is the global decision making body, which includes all national coalitions and constituency groups and meets every three years. The GCAP General Assembly elects the Global Council.



Conseil Mondial

The Global Council provides strategic direction and implementation for GCAP, as mandated by the General Assembly and its Declarations, and is headed by three Global Council Co-Chairs. The present GCAP Global Council was elected in October 2020 after an inclusive election process and many candidates in each region. The Global Council serves a term of 3 years as defined by the governance document of GCAP. Paul Divaka, Georgina Muñoz and Oumar Sow are the current elected Co-Chairs of GCAP, Constantinos Machairas is the treasurer.



Africa

  • Oumar Sow

    Co-Chair
    Senegal

    GCAP Senegal

    Oumar is the head of GCAP Senegal and is a dynamic and highly experienced person with management and coordination experience. His work with GCAP started in working for GCAP as main person responsible for advocacy. Being responsible for the STAND UP campaign being the focal and coordination point and being a coordinator for the action2015 campaign in Senegal. Ourmar is very familiar in the international NGO sector and has experience leading and coordinating different networks. …En savoir plus
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    Salina Sanou

    Co-Chair
    Kenya

    Agency for Cooperation and Research in Development (ACORD)

    Salina Sanou is a renown pan-African expert on education and gender with a particular focus on women, small scale farmers in rural and in conflict settings. She is the Head of Policy and Advocacy at the Agency for Cooperation and Research in Development (ACORD), heading a pan African advocacy programme mirroring four thematic areas: livelihoods, particularly right to food; conflict transformation and peacebuilding; gender justice and women’s rights and the right to health. She is also currently the focal point for the post 2015/SDGs agenda process within the organization. She has more than 17 years’ experience in women’s rights advocacy, research and project management. Prior to joining ACORD, she has worked across the African continent with various organisations including FAWE, CARE, Oxfam and the UN Millennium Project. She has authored many publications and position papers including Pastoralist Education in Mali and Niger; Pastoralist schools in Mali: Gendered Roles and Curriculum Realities and Beyond Access: Transforming Policy and Practice for Gender Equality in Education. She is a graduate of both University of Nairobi, Kenya and McGill University, Canada. …En savoir plus

Asia

  • Beckie Malay

    Co-Chair
    Philippines

    Philippine Rural Reconstruction Movement (PRRM) / GCAP Philippines

    Beckie serves as the Chair of the GCAP Global Foundation. She worked with the Philippine Rural Reconstruction Movement for more than 20 years during which she worked with farmers, fisherfolk, women, and youth implementing integrated sustainable development programmes. She is in charge of policy, advocacy and campaigns on issues such as political and electoral reform, debt, trade, climate justice, and the nexus between human rights and sustainable development at the local, national and global levels. Beckie studied development economics and enjoys good music and good food.

    Since 2015 she has been active in the SDG-related UN processes such as the Asia Pacific Forum on Sustainable Development and the UN High Level Political Forum. She is the Regional Organising Partner for the UN NGO Major Groups for Asia. …En savoir plus
  • Nichol Ng

    Singapore

    ONE (SINGAPORE)

    Nichol Ng is currently the President of ONE(SINGAPORE) which aims to eradicate poverty in Singapore and has been actively involved with the organisation since 2009. She co-founded The Food Bank Singapore in 2012 www.foodbank.sg, which aims to end food insecurity in Singapore by 2025. FBSG collects and re-distributes excess food to about 360 non-profit organisations, reaching out to more than 300,000 underprivileged. Professionally ,Nichol is the CEO of the X-Inc group of companies. Personally, she is the mother to 4 young children with her life partner of more than 23 years. …En savoir plus

Constituency Groups

  • Paul Divakar

    Co-Chair
    India

    GCAP Social Justice Task Force on Discrimination Based on Work and Descent

    N. Paul Divakar is an advocate for Dalit rights, an expert on Economic Rights, and a Human Rights Defender. He is one of the founding members of the National Campaign on Dalit Human Rights (NCDHR). He serves as the Chairperson of the Asia Dalit Rights Forum (ADRF), which works in the South Asia region on inclusion and issues around untouchability and caste-based discrimination. ADRF convenes the Social Justice Task Force (SJTF) of GCAP. He is also the Convenor of the Global Forum on DWD (Discrimination Based on Work and Descent). He has been a key actor in popularising the sustainable development goals and bringing in the aspect of inclusion in the discourse on the new development paradigm. He is a former member of the Executive Board of Amnesty International. He has been recently voted by Outlook magazine as one among the 50 most influential Dalit Leaders in the country.

    He has been actively engaging with the communities in strengthening access to justice, gender concerns especially on the intersectionality of Gender and Caste, financial accountability, transparency and participation. His deep interest for the economic empowerment of the Dalits led to initiating a campaign in India for advocating for equity budgeting from the lens of the marginalised. …En savoir plus

Latin America and Caribbean

  • Georgina Muñoz Pavon

    Co-Chair
    Nicaragua

    Latindadd

    Georgina is the Co-President of Latindadd based in Nicaragua. Her interest and focus is on the political impact on social and economic justice issues and on public policies. …En savoir plus
  • César Artiga

    El Salvador

    Movimiento Enlaces por la Sustentabilidad / GCAP El Salvador

    Cesar is a person committed to the creation of a different society, which manifests a Lasting Sustainable Peace for the present and future generations, through the accompaniment of organizational and advocacy processes to raise and amplify the voices of the people and their capacities for proposals and solutions.

    He is part of various national, regional and international organizations, networks and movements on global issues such as inequalities, climate change, peace and security, habitat and cities, disaster risk management, financing for development, among others.

    He is also the founder of national and regional initiatives on youth, the culture of peace, and sustainability, currently, Cesar is a Youth Mentor of the Latin American and Caribbean Youth Forum (FLACJ), at the national level I am the Coordinator of the National Impulse Team of the Escazú Agreement and the National Impulse Group of Resolution 2250 on Youth, Peace and Security. …En savoir plus

Europe

  • Constantinos Machairas

    Treasurer
    Greece

    Organization Earth

    Constantinos is the Executive Director of Organization Earth, a Greek civil society organization that offers transformative learning on sustainability as well as organizing collective action on global citizenship. He is a member of the Steering Committee of SDG Watch EU, Europe’s largest cross-sectoral alliance of NGOs with the goal of holding governments to account for the implementation of the 2030 Agenda. He serves as the General Secretary of IFOAM AgriBioMediterraneo, the regional group consisting of the Mediterranean members of the International Federation of Organic Agricultural Movement (IFOAM). Since November 2016, Constantinos has been the President of the Hellenic Platform for Development the Greek coalition of NGOs promoting the SDGs. In addition, he is a Member of the Boards of Directors at ActionAid Hellas, at specialized Vocational Training Center Margarita for people with intellectual disabilities and a member of the temporary Steering Committee of the recently established UN Global Compact Greece. …En savoir plus
  • Justina Kaluinaite

    Lithuania

    Lithuanian NGDO Platform

    Current policy, advocacy, and partnership coordinator at Lithuanian NGDO Platform, co-founder of the civic movement "Me for Lithuania" and founder of a global social enterprise on community development and fair trade. From leading executive role to volunteer more than 10 years of civic actions and activism.
    Focus on Lithuanian national - global policies, SDGs, CSOs empowerment in national and global level, experience in variuos global context on social empowerment and developmental focus.
    Professional interest: community inclusion and social work, development architecture and cooperation, mediation and humanitarian education, civic activism, and social entrepreneurship.
    Educational background - Advanced MAS in Humanitarian Education, MAS in Social work with children and youth. Extended long-term educational program on international relation and humanitarian action. …En savoir plus

Assemblées Régionales et Conseils Régionaux

Regional bodies coordinate unified advocacy and mobilisation actions in Africa, Asia, Europe and Latin America & the Caribbean.



Secrétariat Mondial

The Global Secretariat is decentralised and implements GCAP’s daily operations based on the strategy and the decisions of the Global Council.



  • Ingo Ritz

    Director
    Belgium

    ingo.ritz@gcap.global

    Ingo is the Director of Global Call to Action Against Poverty since 2013. He coordinates the decentralized Global Secretariat and is based in the GCAP Europe Secretariat in Brussels. As part of his role he supports national coalitions in their work on the Sustainable Development Agenda after 2015 and is active at the regional and global levels to ensure the inclusion of socially excluded groups and gender equality as part of the new framework. A trade economist from Germany, he has been a part of GCAP through GCAP Germany since 2004, and he worked as the Executive Director of the German Civil Society organization NETZ Partnership for Development Justice from 2001 to 2013. In NETZ he worked with local and national development human rights organisations in Bangladesh and India and performed advocacy work in Germany and towards European institutions. The focus of his work in Bangladesh and India was on income generation, education and the rights-based approach of marginalized people in remote rural areas. …En savoir plus
  • Kyerewa Asamoah Sekpey

    Leave No Woman Behind Project Coordinator of GCAP Africa
    Ghana

    kyerewa.asamoah@gcap.global

    As a team-player and bilingual professional with demonstrated abilities in development program coordination, training/facilitation, the uncanny gift in identifying and harnessing human, capabilities. She has about ten (10) years’ experience in development work with extensive exposure to varied cultures, and good understanding for contemporary development issues especially on gender and youth development issues. Ms Asamoah enriches teams she is privileged to work with. With a previous UNDP Civil Society Resource Center working experience based in Ghana, specifically tasked with Youth Focused issues and volunteer with reputable Youth NGOs, Ms Asamoah has the rich experience in advocacy and forging strategic alliances with governmental agencies, local and foreign partners for effective program implementation. She is a passionate campaigner and advocate for poverty reduction and equality for all. Until recently, she coordinated the activities of over 800 registered organizations in Africa under the campaign named Action2015 campaign which seeks to remind stakeholders and especially governments to fulfil their promises of reducing poverty at all levels and achieving the Millennium Development Goals and also to commit to the new agenda of Sustainable development Goals.
    Kyerewa is currently working with Ghana, Kenya and Mali coalitions on “Leave No Woman behind” project supported by Voice Global led by Ghana Federation of people with Disability (GFD) and GCAP as the project coordinator. …En savoir plus
  • Pradeep Baisakh

    Asia Coordinator
    India

    pradeep.baisakh@gcap.global

    Pradeep Baisakh is the Asia Coordinator since July 2015. He coordinates GCAP actions in Asia done by the National Coalition members. He also coordinates the larger civil society platform on SDG, the Asia Civil Society Partnership for Sustainable development (APSD). Pradeep is from India and has nearly thirteen years of experience in development sector. He comes with splendid understanding of the grassroots development from his early years of work. He is also an award winning journalist for his development reporting. and has written columns for some prominent newspapers and websites in India, as well as international journals. His research experience includes among others, being part of a research project on “Material Cultures of Financial literacy among Rural and Urban Poor in India” done by University of California, Irvine. …En savoir plus
  • Johannes Butscher

    Campaigns Officer
    Colombia

    johannes.butscher@gcap.global

    Johannes studied and worked in Scotland prior to joining the GCAP Brussels Office in 2015 and is part of the Global Secretariat since then. In March 2017 he moved to Colombia to pursue a part time degree in Peacebuilding and to support local peace initiatives. …En savoir plus
  • Sandrine De Fru

    Finance and Administration Manager
    Belgium

    sandrine.defru@gcap.global

    Sandrine De Fru joined GCAP in May 2020, to coordinate and manage the Finance and Administration of GCAP Global. During more than 25 years in the private sector she developed strong skills in Managerial Finance, Human Resources, Change management and Process Improvement. She brings her experience to GCAP, combined with a passion for people and a wish to engage for a better future for all. …En savoir plus

La Fondation Globale

The GCAP Global Foundation is an independent legal not-for-profit organization registered in the Netherlands that takes care of the administrative and financial aspects of running GCAP at the global level, including hiring staff and finance.



Réseaux et Plateformes

Partenaires



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