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Engagement groups: how civil society has contributed to G20 Argentina 2018 Featured

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Engagement groups: how civil society has contributed to G20 Argentina 2018 Image: Flickr, courtesy G20 Argentina

Women, young people, NGOs, entrepreneurs, trade unions, scientists and the academic community have made a positive contribution to the G20 Argentina 2018.

Composed of several civil society organisations, the seven G20 engagement groups worked over the year to develop public policy recommendations with a global impact. The proposals they suggested will be submitted by the G20 sherpas for consideration by heads of state at the Leaders’ Summit in Buenos Aires on 30 November and 1 December. Read more

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