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The representatives of the outreach groups addressed the G20 Sherpas
On March 3-4, 2013 the Second G20 Sherpas' Meeting is held in Moscow within the framework of Russia's G20 Presidency is taking place. On the first day of the meeting delegates were addressed by the representatives of the G20 outreach groups - Business 20, Civil 20 and Youth 20.
Russian G20 Sherpa admitted the importance of collaboration of the G20 with social partners
Ksenia Yudaeva admitted the importance of collaboration of the G20 with social partners - Civil 20, Business 20 and Labour 20, in the area of development. Especially she emphasized the role of civil society organizations.
Official meetings of co-chairs of the C20 and G20 working groups
Official meetings of co-chairs of the C20 and G20 working groups as well as B20 working groups’ co-chairs regarding the G20 agenda took place in Moscow 18 February within the frames of the Russian G20 Presidency.
Civil 20 Summit organizing committee met in Moscow
The Civil 20 organizing committee held its first meeting in Moscow, chaired by Ksenia Yudaeva, Russia's G20 Sherpa and the Head of the Presidential Experts' Directorate.
For the first time in the history of G20 joint coordinating meetings between chairs of the official G20 working groups and CSO representatives take place in Moscow.
Australian government is being urged to use its Chairmanship of the G20 group of countries, next year, to bring development issues into the global discussion.
Civil 20 workshop “G20 Future Development Agenda in Post-Busan Cooperation Architecture” is to be held in Moscow in the National Research University “Higher School of Economics” at February, 25.
Key milestones were identified for Troika contributions to Sherpas meetings. Relevant deadlines for the Civil G 20 WGs commitments were also discussed and agreed.
Russia's G20 Presidency strategic agenda is presented
"The Outline of Russia’s G20 Presidency" is aimed at guiding the preparation of meetings and documents throughout the year.
Civil20 Post Event Press Release
The three-day Civil G20 Conference in Moscow, G20 Civil Society Vision for the Russian Presidency, came to an end on December 13.
The report reviews G20 members' implementation of the commitments made at G20 summits on seven priority areas of the G20 cooperation.
Civil Society participants have presented their views regarding participation of civil society in the process of forming the official G20 agenda. Russian G20 Sherpa Ksenia Yudaeva and Russian Minister Mikhail Abyzov met with the participants and discussed the Russian priorities.
On behalf of the Russian G20 Presidency beginning in Moscow on December, 11-13, civil society track will be presented by its first event – Civil 20. The conference topic is «Civil Society's Vision on Russian G20 Presidency».
(Reuters) - Russia will try to move the G20 major economies beyond financial sector fire-fighting during its year-long presidency, calling the group's first-ever labor ministers' meeting to widen the focus to job creation.
Russia Assumes G20 Presidency
MOSCOW, December 1 (RIA Novosti) - The Russian Federation on Saturday takes over the presidency of the Group of Twenty major economies from Mexico.
G20 Civil Secretariat has conducted a meeting with representatives of civil society organizations working on the issues related to the agenda of G20 Summit in the Administration of the President on November, 6th.
Civil Society Dialogue with the High-level Panel on the Post-2015 Development Agenda
From 19-26 October 2012, the UN Non-Governmental Liaison Service (NGLS) conducted a global online consultation with civil society to gather inputs for consideration by the High-level Panel (HLP) of Eminent
Persons on the Post 2015 Development Agenda ahead of their London meeting from 31 October to 2 November.
JANIC (Japan NGO Center for International Cooperation) and Ugoku/Ugokasu (GCAP Japan) hold the symposium titled "From MDG1 to Inclusive Economy" in the Civil Society Policy Forum of IMF/World Bank Annual Meeting in Tokyo on October 1
Live discussion in Moscow: Perspectives on the Russian G20 presidency in 2013
What will be the main issues on the agenda in 2013? How will Business (B20), Youth (Y20), Think Tanks (Think-20), labour unions (L20) and possibly Civil Society (C20) influence the agenda? What are the implications for Russia and internationally?
The conference participants will include the representatives of non-governmental organizations (NGOs), academics, think-tanks.