The Civil 20 (C20) is one of G20’s (G20) official working groups, and is aimed at providing Civil Society Organizations around the world a platform for dialogue with the G20. The C20 covers a vast number of thematic areas, and this time the debate focused on global health. In this context, RACI participated in the third session of the event, called “Cooperation and the 2030 agenda”, which was organized by the Global Health Italian Network together with AIDOS (Italian Association for Women in Development).
The event was organized to generate an open dialogue between institutional actors and experts from civil society, where relevant issues were debated. On this occasion, the main areas of debate were: “International cooperation and its link with the 2030 agenda”; “The future of global healthcare architecture; and “The future of financing for health.” Likewise, these issues were addressed adopting a gender perspective, a priority to ensure an inclusive approach for public policies worldwide.
As RACI representative, Deputy Director Juliana Catania was part of a panel alongside Massimo Pallottino (Coordinator of the C20 Sustainable Development Working Group) and Loredana Magni (Italian Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation). During the event, she focused her presentation on the importance of SDG 17 and the promotion of local, regional and global alliances to finance and achieve the 2030 agenda.
At RACI, we continue participating in global discussions around sustainable development and the 2030 Agenda, to generate positive changes at the local and international level, and to keep on promoting and strengthening ties between Civil Society Organizations.