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T20 Japan recognizes Global Solutions Summit as associated event

11. Februar 2019 - 14:43

Think20 Japan recognized the Global Solutions Summit as an associated event under its G20 presidency, for its work in bringing think tanks and researchers together to reflect on policy areas relevant to G20 policy makers.

More than 150 speakers will participate in over 50 unique panels, including German Chancellor Dr. Angela Merkel and Naoyuki Yoshino, Chair of T20 Japan 2019 and Dean of the Asian Development Bank Institute.

Policy recommendations cover sustainable development, infrastructure finance, trade, climate change, social cohesion, the future of politics, cooperation with African nations, aging populations and much more.

This year’s Summit in Berlin on March 18-19, 2019 is hosted by the Global Solutions Initiative Foundation, a global think tank network which contributes to greater continuity and impact within G20 policy arenas.

The T20 Japan Summit will be held two months later in Tokyo. Further details will be announced as they become available.

Please visit t20japan.org and www.global-solutions.international for more information.

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G20 Research Group: G20 Argentina: The 2018 Buenos Aires Summit

26. November 2018 - 17:03

John Kirton, Madeline Koch and the G20 Research Group are pleased to announce the release of our latest publication, G20 Argentina: The 2018 Buenos Aires Summit, available for download at http://bit.ly/G20BuenosAires. Printed copies will be available at the International Media Centre in Buenos Aires for the G20 summit.

This issue contains original articles written by summit host President Mauricio Macri, his colleagues Chancellor Angela Merkel, President Cyril Ramaphosa, Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, President Michel Temer, President Enrique Peña Nieto and President Jean-Claude Juncker, along with Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez, Prime Minister Mark Rutte, Prime Minister Andrew Holness and President Paul Kagame.

Other contributors include the IMF’s Christine Lagarde, World Bank’s Jim Yong Kim, WTO’s Roberto Azevêdo, OECD’s Angel Gurría, the ILO’s Guy Ryder and the Financial Stability Board’s Mark Carney, along with many more leaders of international organizations and experts whose work contributes to the G20 leaders’ agenda.

Field team on site for the summit in Buenos Aires

G20 Research Group director Professor John Kirton has already arrived in Buenos Aires and will be joined by the field team who will be on site at the International Media Centre throughout the summit. Experts available for background and analysis include Professor Tristen Naylor of the London School of Economics, experts Denisse Rudich and Lida Preyma, and a team of multilingual researchers who have been observing the work of the G20 since the Hamburg Summit in 2017.

More material will be posted on the G20 Information Centre and Global Governance Project websites in the coming days.

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