The Foyle MLA has repeated his proposal for reform of the petition of concern or, in the absence of a consensus, an agreement for a time-bound suspension of the Assembly veto lasting the lifetime of this mandate.
Daniel McCrossan, who opposes abortion, said he would be in the Stormont chamber.
It is understood other SDLP MLAs could also attend.
Mr Eastwood criticised the recall as a “stunt” but said his party had not decided whether it would attend en masse.
Said the SDLP leader: “The SDLP made bold proposals for the restoration of an inclusive power sharing Executive based on reform to the Petition of Concern six months ago.
“Now, with five days before the deadline for restoration, the DUP wants everyone to get back together on their terms in a cynical piece of cold choreography designed to get them off the hook for three years of irresponsible behaviour.
“If they, or Sinn Féin, were serious about restoring government, they would take up our offer of a time-bound suspension of the Petition of Concern that would allow a reformed institution to put the difficult issues to a democratic vote.
“That was, and remains, a significant compromise on our part. We are putting in the hard yards to restore government to meet the needs of all our people.
“We are a party of devolution. We want a government back.
“But the cold reality is that the restoration of an inclusive Executive requires political agreement between the DUP and Sinn Féin.
“We will not be able to secure a new government while they remain intractably divided.
“We have demonstrated our willingness to compromise.
“It’s time for others to do the same,” he added.
Sinn Fein will not be attending the recall on Monday with the party’s leader in the North, Michelle O’Neill, saying it was “playing to the gallery – it’s purely about stunt politics”.