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Civil society calls on G20 leaders to urgently take joint action in tackling global challenges

Added 06 Aug 2018

More than 600 Civil Society Organizations from all over the world have been working together for the last months via the Civil 20 (C20) to engage with the G20 on the most critical challenges facing today’s world.

Drawing on the work undertaken in previous years within the framework of the G20 and the C20, the results of an international survey launched during 2017 and the priorities established by the G20 for 2018, the key issues being addressed by the C20 during 2018 are:

- Anti-corruption

- Climate

- Education

- Employment

- Enabling Environment

- Energy

- Gender

- Implementation of the 2030 Agenda

- Inequality

- Infrastructure

- Investment

- Sustainable Development

- Technology and Digitalization.

Based on these key issues, between December 2017 and July 2018 eight C20 Working Groups have developed specific policy recommendations, building on the input and consultation with C20. This C20 Key Policy Asks summarizes the recommendations of the C20 to the G20 in 2018.