CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANISATIONS
Advocate for responsible private security and monitor the private security industry
The Role of Civil Society Organisations (CSOs)
Monitoring and Advocating for Responsible Security
- CSOs help to promote and protect human rights and support the rule of law by advocating for improving effective regulation, oversight, and accountability of the private security sector.
- CSOs contribute to the monitoring of our Member and Affiliate companies, helping to promote accountability if violations occur.
Who are our CSO Members
Diverse, Dedicated and Determined
- A diverse network of human rights defenders, from local grassroots, community driven bodies to high profile advocacy organisations.
- Our Members campaign on a wide range of issues at all levels, all with social justice at their core.
Why Join ICoCA
Influence from the inside
- Participation in ICoCA provides opportunities to influence the policies and practices of governments and corporations.
- Engage on cutting edge issues surrounding the UN Guiding Principles on Businsess and Human Rights and the Sustainable Development Goals.
Responsibilities of Membership
Actions that leverage Members’ strengths
- Represent all affected communities, from those employed in the sector to those where companies operate.
- Advocate for effective industry regulation and accountability.
Download the document below to find out more about the facts and requirements of ICoCA
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