The C20 Summit 2014

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c20-logoThe C20 Summit

When: 20 and 21 June, 2014

Where: Hosted by the University of Melbourne

Find out more and register at: www.c20.org.au/the-summit

Help create a more inclusive world

Global inequality is growing. Just a handful of people own half the world’s wealth. At the same time, our global leaders are struggling for the answers to questions about how to achieve inclusive growth, create meaningful jobs, address climate change, invest in renewable energy, feed the world’s growing population, give everyone access to clean drinking water, and to put an end to corrosive corruption.

If you work for a civil society group, organisation or institution, or if you are just passionate about these issues, you should attend the C20 Summit.

Hear from international civil society leaders from organisations like Transparency International, World Vision, World Wildlife Fund, Oxfam, UN Women, the Australian Council of Social Services, One International, faith organisations and academics, as they offer solutions to these difficult questions. Have your say and contribute to the discussions. Never has there been a more important time for the world’s leaders to hear from their citizens. The Australian Government is chairing this year’s G20 Summit – let’s show our Government we have the answers.

About the C20

The C20 Summit is a unique opportunity to join civil society delegates from Australia and abroad and be involved in the discussions shaping our global economy.

In a world where there is increasing inequality within and between countries, the C20’s primary aim is to ensure people are put at the centre of G20 decision-making.

Join hundreds of civil society thought leaders in Melbourne on 20-21 June and be part of not only shaping our collective future, but also history in the making.

For registration and to view the summit program please visit The C20 Summit website

 

Download The C20 Summit event flyer

 

The above text is copied from The C20 Summit website for promotion purposes.

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