This group is developing recommendations for the G20 to support economic growth and resilience through effective and transparent institutions. When civil society loses trust that economic resources will be fairly allocated – whether through corruption, loopholes created by outdated regulation, or a lack of openness by government – both the economy and civil society suffer.
Membership of this working group is open. Anyone can have input into the group’s recommendations, but only by posting on this website. Drafting of the group’s position paper will be led by the discussion leaders and co-chairs. A draft position paper will be posted online here on 25 April for further feedback.
The feedback we receive will help shape our final recommendations to the G20 Leaders.
If you want to have your say into specific recommendations in the C20 position paper on this topic, you must participate through this crowdsourcing site before the discussions close on 12 May. All policy position papers will inform the Australian C20’s communique which will be discussed and approved at the Summit in June.
Executive Director International,
|Centre for Budget and Governance Accountability, India|
and Financial Transparency Coalition