Official recommendations for G20 Summit published in T20 communiqué
The G20’s research and policy advice network shares its top policy recommendations ahead of the Osaka Summit next month.
Think20 Japan published its key policy recommendations for the Group of 20 (G20) leaders after the T20 Summit concluded in Tokyo on Monday.
The final recommendations cover 10 distinct policy areas, providing G20 nations with research-based solutions to help the world’s leaders address humanity’s great challenges, including political discord, the impact of digitalization, trade tensions, gaps in infrastructure, climate change, sustainable development across Africa and aging populations.
The 18-page T20 communiqué presents official recommendations selected from more than 100 policy briefs written by the T20 Japan’s task forces. The task forces are comprised of researchers from think tanks around the world, including members of the Global Solutions Initiative’s Council for Global Problem-Solving (CGP) and GSI President Dennis J. Snower.
The document aims to move the Japan 2019 G20 presidency’s priorities forward but also advance the T20 Japan vision: Seeking a Sustainable, Inclusive and Resilient Society.
All the T20 Japan’s policy briefs and those from previous G20 Presidencies, such as Germany (2017) and Argentina (2018), are available on G20 Insights.
About the T20
T20 Japan is an official engagement group of Japan’s 2019 G20 presidency that provides G20 leaders with research and policy advice from a network of think tanks. T20 Japan is chaired by the Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI), in coordination with the Japan Institute of International Affairs (JIIA) and Institute for International Monetary Affairs (IIMA).
Please visit the official T20 Japan and G20 Japan websites for more information on the upcoming G20 Summit to be held June 28-29,2019 in Osaka, Japan.