Civil Society calls for Korea to be more inclusive before the ‘Civil G20’ meeting
13 OCTOBER 2010 | SEOUL - On the eve of the world's first “Civil G-20” -- a dialogue between anti-poverty activists and the government negotiators who set the agenda and do the grunt work for the Group of Twenty nations – representatives from leading civil society groups made a plea to the Korean government for the G20 to be more accessible and inclusive.
During a meeting today with Dr. Il Sakong, chairman of Korea's presidential committee for the G20 Summit, representatives from Caritas, CoNGO, the Global Call to Action Against Poverty (GCAP), Heinrich Boell Foundation, Interaction, Save the Children and Social Watch raised six key points.
Download the media release: "Six Action Points for the G20"
Download the media release: "Twenty is not enough"