In the framework of the activities planned by the Civil group 20 on April 4 and 5 the eight Working Groups will meet in two days of exchanges and deliberation.
Saint Martin´s Palace will be the selected headquarter for the eight Working Groups: Anti Corruption; Architecture of the International Financial System; Education, Employment and Inclusion; Environment, Climate and Energy; Gender; Investment and Infrastructure; Local2Global and Global Health, to meet to continue the conversation they opened in february through a forum on the official page of the C20.
C20 Face-to-face meeting, will be the only instance in which Organizations of the Civil Society from all over the world could meet in order to move along with the preparation of policy documents that will be, with the final release of C20, delivered to G20. The meeting will last two days and will be divided in plenary sessions and parallel meetings from each Working Group of the C20:
1) Plenary Sessions: will be the instances in which every Working Group of C20 will be gathered on the same physical space and in which, at the same time, high level panels will be carried out. Through this panels, the main problems that both the G20 and the C20 have been working on will be addressed. To guarantee the multiple views, the panels will be composed by the representatives of G20, the Civil Society, and other Confrontation Groups and Multilateralist Organizations.
2) Parallel Meetings of the Working Group of C20: in this meetings, each of the Working Groups of the C20 will addressed in depth the main topics that concerns its respective Group, will move forward in the elaboration of its final policy document. Also will be the opportunity to dialogue with the representatives of G20.
It is important to outstand that during the face-to-face meeting in Buenos Aires, the forum of discussion will be available for every organization that have been inscribed on the official website, will continue to be active.
For more information about the Group of the C20, visit https://civil-20.org