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The 2021 G20 Rome Summit Commitments

Identified by Brittaney Warren
October 31, 2021

Issue

Number of commitments

Percentage of commitments

Health

35

16%

Digital economy

26

12%

Crime and corruption

23

10%

Environment

21

9%

Climate change

21

9%

Development

18

8%

Gender

17

8%

Trade

12

5%

Food and agriculture

8

4%

Energy

8

4%

Macroeconomic growth

7

3%

Financial regulation

7

3%

Labour and employment

5

2%

Social policy

4

2%

Education

4

2%

Infrastructure

4

2%

IFI reform

2

4%

Migration and refugees

2

1%

Taxation

1

0.4%

Total

225

100%

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Leaders' Declaration (225)

2021-1

As the premier forum for international economic cooperation, we are committed to overcoming the global health and economic crisis stemming from the pandemic (health)

2021-2

Underlining the crucial role of multilateralism in finding shared, effective solutions, we have agreed to further strengthen our common response to the pandemic, and pave the way for a global recovery, with particular regard to the needs of the most vulnerable. (health)

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Global economy

2021-3

We remain determined to use all available tools for as long as required to address the adverse consequences of the pandemic, in particular on those most impacted, such as women, youth, and informal and low-skilled workers, and on inequalities. (macroeconomic growth)

2021-4

We will continue to sustain the recovery, avoiding any premature withdrawal of support measures, while preserving financial stability and long-term fiscal sustainability and safeguarding against downside risks and negative spill-overs. (financial regulation)

2021-5

We will work together to monitor and address these issues as our economies recover (macroeconomic growth)

2021-6

[We will work together to]..support the stability of the global economy. (macroeconomic growth)

2021-7

We commit to advancing the forward-looking agenda set in the G20 Action Plan as updated in April 2021 (macroeconomic growth)

2021-8

We reaffirm the commitments on exchange rates made by our Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors in April 2021. (macroeconomic growth)

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Health

2021-9

we will advance our efforts to ensure timely, equitable and universal access to safe, affordable, quality and effective vaccines, therapeutics and diagnostics, with particular regard to the needs of low- and middle-income countries. (health)

2021-10

To help advance toward the global goals of vaccinating at least 40 percent of the population in all countries by the end of 2021 and 70 percent by mid-2022, as recommended by the World Health Organization (WHO)'s global vaccination strategy, we will take steps to help boost the supply of vaccines and essential medical products and inputs in developing countries and remove relevant supply and financing constraints. (health)

2021-11

We ask our Health Ministers to monitor progress toward this end and to explore ways to accelerate global vaccination as necessary. (health)

2021-12

We will reinforce global strategies to support research and development as well as to ensure their production and swift and equitable distribution worldwide, also by strengthening supply chains (health)

2021-13

[We will reinforce global strategies to support research and development as well as to ensure their production and swift and equitable distribution worldwide, by] … expanding and diversifying global vaccine manufacturing capacity at local and regional level (health)

2021-14

We will reinforce global strategies to support research and development as well as to ensure their production and swift and equitable distribution worldwide,] … while promoting vaccine acceptance, confidence and fighting disinformation. (health)

2021-15

To this end, we commit to refrain from WTO inconsistent export restrictions and to increase transparency and predictability in the delivery of vaccines. (health)

2021-16

We reiterate our support to all pillars of the ACT-Accelerator, including COVAX (health)

2021-17

[we] … will continue to improve its effectiveness. (health)

2021-18

In particular, we will support increasing vaccine distribution, administration and local manufacturing capacity in LMICs, including through technology transfer hubs in various regions, such as the newly established mRNA Hubs in South Africa, Brazil and Argentina, and through joint production and processing arrangements. (health)

2021-19

We will work together towards the recognition of COVID-19 vaccines deemed safe and efficacious by the WHO and in accordance with national legislation and circumstances (health)

2021-20

[We will work together to] … strengthen the organization's ability regarding approval of vaccines, including optimizing procedures and processes, with the aim of broadening the list of vaccines authorized for emergency use (EUL), while continuing to protect public health and ensuring privacy and data protection. (health)

2021-21

As a collective G20 effort, and in light of the enduring vaccination gaps, we commit to substantially increase the provision of and access to vaccines, as well as to therapeutics and diagnostics. (health)

2021-22

We will enhance our efforts to ensure the transparent, rapid and predictable delivery and uptake of vaccines where they are needed. (health)

2021-23

We reaffirm our commitment to the Global Health Summit Rome Declaration as a compass for collective action and are committed to strengthening global health governance. (health)

2021-24

We support the ongoing work on strengthening the leading and coordination role of an adequately and sustainably funded WHO. (health)

2021-25

Within this context, this Task Force will work, and report back by early 2022, on modalities to establish a financial facility, to be designed inclusively with the central coordination role of the WHO, G20-driven and engaging from the outset Low- and Middle-Income Countries, additional non-G20 partners and Multilateral Development Banks, to ensure adequate and sustained financing for pandemic prevention, preparedness and response. (health)

2021-26

We reaffirm our commitment to achieve the health-related SDGs, in particular Universal Health Coverage. (health)

2021-27

We commit to pursue a One Health approach at global, regional, national and local levels. (health)

2021-28

To this end, we will enhance global surveillance, early detection and early warning systems, under the coordinating role of the WHO, FAO, OIE and UNEP (health)

2021-29

[To this end, we will] … address risks emerging from the human-animal-environment interface, particularly the emergence of zoonotic diseases, while pursuing global efforts to fight antimicrobial resistance (health)

2021-30

[To this end, we will … address risks emerging from the human-animal-environment interface, particularly the emergence of zoonotic diseases, while] … ensuring access to antimicrobials and their prudent stewardship (health)

2021-31

[To this end, we will] … continuing to address other critical issues, including non-communicable diseases (health)

2021-32

[To this end, we will] … continuing to address other critical issues, including mental health. (health)

2021-33

Acknowledging the importance of swiftly reacting to pandemics, we will support science to shorten the cycle for the development of safe and effective vaccines, therapeutics and diagnostics from 300 to 100 days following the identification of such threats and work to make them widely available. (health)

2021-34

We will continue to support initiatives aimed at fighting AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria. (health)

2021-35

We will pursue our efforts to enhance innovation in digital and other health-related technologies, taking into account the need to protect personal health data (health)

2021-36

[We will pursue our efforts to] … encourage voluntary technology transfer on mutually agreed terms (health)

2021-37

[We will pursue our efforts to] … work with the WHO towards updating and reinforcing public health workforce operation standards through enhanced health curricula and training materials. (health)

2021-38

To this end, we will pursue our engagement with the Global Innovation Hub for Improving Value in Health (health)

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Sustainable development

2021-39

We reaffirm our commitment to a global response to accelerate progress on the implementation of the SDGs (development)

2021-40

[we reaffirm our commitment to] … support a sustainable, inclusive and resilient recovery across the world, able to promote equity and accelerate progress on all SDGs, recognizing the importance of nationally owned strategies (development)

2021-41

[we reaffirm our commitment to … support a sustainable, inclusive and resilient recovery across the world, able to promote equity and accelerate progress on all SDGs, recognizing the importance of] … SDG localization (development)

2021-42

[we reaffirm our commitment to … support a sustainable, inclusive and resilient recovery across the world, able to promote equity and accelerate progress on all SDGs, recognizing the importance of] … women empowerment (gender)

2021-43

[we reaffirm our commitment to … support a sustainable, inclusive and resilient recovery across the world, able to promote equity and accelerate progress on all SDGs, recognizing the importance of] … youth empowerment (development)

2021-44

[we reaffirm our commitment to … support a sustainable, inclusive and resilient recovery across the world, able to promote equity and accelerate progress on all SDGs, recognizing the importance of] … sustainable production and responsible consumption patterns (development)

2021-45

[we reaffirm our commitment to … support a sustainable, inclusive and resilient recovery across the world, able to promote equity and accelerate progress on all SDGs, recognizing the importance of] … access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all. (energy)

2021-46

We will strengthen our actions to implement the G20 Action Plan on the 2030 Agenda (development)

2021-47

[We will strengthen our actions to implement the] … G20 Support to COVID-19 Response and Recovery in developing countries, building on the 2021 Rome Update, with particular regard to the most vulnerable countries. (health)

2021-48

We welcome the progress made and reiterate our continued support to African Countries, in particular through the G20 Initiative on Supporting the Industrialization in Africa and LDCs, the G20 Africa Partnership, the Compact with Africa and other relevant initiatives. (development)

2021-49

We remain committed to addressing illicit financial flows. (crime and corruption)

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Support to vulnerable countries

2021-50

We are working on actionable options for members with strong external positions to significantly magnify its impact through the voluntary channelling of part of the allocated SDRs to help vulnerable countries, according to national laws and regulations. (development)

2021-51

We also call on the IMF to establish a new Resilience and Sustainability Trust (RST) – in line with its mandate – to provide affordable long-term financing to help low-income countries, including in the African continent, small island developing states, and vulnerable middle-income countries to reduce risks to prospective balance of payments stability, including those stemming from pandemics and climate change. (development)

2021-52

We commit to step up our efforts to implement it in a timely, orderly and coordinated manner. (development)

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International financial architecture

2021-53

We reiterate our commitment to strengthening long-term financial resilience and supporting inclusive growth, including through promoting sustainable capital flows (macroeconomic growth)

2021-54

[We reiterate our commitment to strengthening long-term financial resilience and supporting inclusive growth, including through] … developing local currency capital markets (macroeconomic growth)

2021-55

[We reiterate our commitment to strengthening long-term financial resilience and supporting inclusive growth, including through] … maintaining a strong and effective Global Financial Safety Net with a strong, quota-based, and adequately resourced IMF at its centre. (IFI reform)

2021-56

We remain committed to revisiting the adequacy of IMF quotas and will continue the process of IMF governance reform under the 16th General Review of Quotas, including a new quota formula as a guide, by 15 December 2023.(IFI reform)

2021-57

we endorse the G20 Framework for Voluntary Support to Integrated National Financing Frameworks … [noting the importance of transparency and mutual accountability.] (financial regulation)

2021-58

[we endorse the] … G20 High-Level Principles on Sustainability-Related Financial Instruments … [noting the importance of transparency and mutual accountability.] (financial regulation)

2021-59

[we endorse the] … G20 Common Vision on SDG Alignment, noting the importance of transparency and mutual accountability. (development)

2021-60

We also ask our Development and Finance Ministers to further enhance their cooperation. (development)

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Food security, nutrition, agriculture and food systems

2021-61

We are committed to achieving food security and adequate nutrition for all, leaving no one behind. (food and agriculture)

2021-62

To this end, we endorse the Matera Declaration and its Call to Action. (food and agriculture)

2021-63

We will foster sustainable and resilient food systems and agriculture innovation, which are vital to end hunger and malnutrition, eradicate poverty and ensure sustainability, also by increasing access to finance through responsible investment (food and agriculture)

2021-64

[We will foster sustainable and resilient food systems and agriculture innovation, which are vital to end hunger and malnutrition, eradicate poverty and ensure sustainability, also by] … developing and improving early warning programmes (food and agriculture)

2021-65

[We will foster sustainable and resilient food systems and agriculture innovation, which are vital to end hunger and malnutrition, eradicate poverty and ensure sustainability, also by] … reducing food loss and waste along the food value chain (food and agriculture)

2021-66

[We will foster sustainable and resilient food systems and agriculture innovation, which are vital to end hunger and malnutrition, eradicate poverty and ensure sustainability, also by] … improving livelihoods for small-holder and marginal farmers (food and agriculture)

2021-67

[We will foster sustainable and resilient food systems and agriculture innovation, which are vital to end hunger and malnutrition, eradicate poverty and ensure sustainability, also by] … better integrating urban-rural interface. (food and agriculture)

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Environment

2021-68

We commit to strengthen actions to halt and reverse biodiversity loss by 2030 (environment)

2021-69

[we] … reaffirm the shared ambition to achieve a 50% reduction of degraded land by 2040 on a voluntary basis (environment)

2021-70

[we] … will strive to achieve Land Degradation Neutrality by 2030. (environment)

2021-71

We will build on the G20 Global Initiative on Reducing Land Degradation and Enhancing Conservation of Terrestrial Habitats launched under Saudi Presidency. (environment)

2021-72

[to ensure that at least 30 % of global land and at least 30 % of the global ocean and seas are conserved or protected by 2030,] … we will help to make progress towards this objective in accordance with national circumstances. (environment)

2021-73

We will pursue our efforts to ensure the conservation, protection and sustainable use of natural resources (environment)

2021-74

[we]...will take concrete measures to end overfishing (environment)

2021-75

[we...will take concrete measures to] … deliver on our commitment to end illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing (crime and corruption)

2021-76

[we...will take concrete measures to] … combat crimes that affect the environment such as illegal logging (crime and corruption)

2021-77

[we...will take concrete measures to … combat crimes that affect the environment such as] … illegal mining (crime and corruption)

2021-78

[we...will take concrete measures to … combat crimes that affect the environment such as] … illegal wildlife trade (crime and corruption)

2021-79

[we...will take concrete measures to … combat crimes that affect the environment such as] … illegal movement and disposal of waste and hazardous substances. (crime and corruption)

2021-80

[We underline the many synergies in financial flows for climate, biodiversity and ecosystems, and] we will strengthen those synergies to maximize co-benefits. (climate change)

2021-81

We will scale up and encourage the implementation of Nature-based Solutions or Ecosystem-based Approaches as valuable tools providing economic, social, climate and environmental benefits including in and around cities, in an inclusive manner and through the participation of local communities and Indigenous Peoples. (environment)

2021-82

We will integrate the implementation of a One Health approach in relevant policies and decision-making processes. (health)

2021-83

We will continue to share innovation and best practices, also as a means to support integrated water resources management, including through the G20 Dialogue on Water and the G20 Water Platform adopted under Saudi Presidency. (environment)

2021-84

We commit to intensify our actions to conserve, protect, restore and sustainably use marine biodiversity (environment)

2021-85

[we] … reiterate our commitment to the Global Coral Reef R&D Accelerator Platform launched under Saudi Presidency. (environment)

2021-86

In the context of the Antarctic Treaty System, we fully support, and encourage further progress to implement the long-standing commitment of the Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR), recognizing Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) can serve as a powerful tool for protecting sensitive ecosystems representative of the Convention Area, in particular in East Antarctica, the Weddell Sea and in the Antarctic Peninsula. (environment)

2021-87

We reaffirm our commitment to prohibit fishing subsidies that contribute to overfishing and overcapacity, in line with the SDGs. (environment)

2021-88

In line with the Osaka Blue Ocean Vision, we reaffirm our commitment to end Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated fishing … building on the initiatives conducted, inter alia, by the UNEA, in view of strengthening existing instruments and developing a new global agreement or instrument. (crime and corruption)

2021-89

[In line with the Osaka Blue Ocean Vision, we reaffirm our commitment to] … address marine plastic litter (environment)

2021-90

Acknowledging the urgency of combating land degradation and creating new carbon sinks, we share the aspirational goal to collectively plant 1 trillion trees, focusing on the most degraded ecosystems in the planet (environment)

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Cities and circular economy

2021-91

We commit to increase resource efficiency, including through the G20 Resource Efficiency Dialogue (environment)

2021-92

With the involvement of businesses, citizens, academia and civil society organizations, we will enhance our efforts towards achieving sustainable consumption and production patterns and management and reduction of emissions, including by adopting circular economy approaches (environment)

2021-93

[With the involvement of businesses, citizens, academia and civil society organizations, we will] … support local actions for climate mitigation and adaptation. (climate change)

2021-94

We endorse the G20 Platform on SDG Localization and Intermediary Cities, with the support of the OECD and UN-Habitat. (environment)

2021-95

We will support intermediary cities in adopting integrated and inclusive urban planning; (environment)

2021-96

[We will support intermediary cities in] … accelerating their transitions towards clean and sustainable energy and sustainable mobility for all; (environment)

2021-97

[We will support intermediary cities in] … improving waste management; (environment)

2021-98

[We will support intermediary cities in] … fostering empowerment and decent work for women, youth, migrants and refugees; (labour and employment)

2021-99

[We will support intermediary cities in] … assisting disabled and elderly persons; (health)

2021-100

[We will support intermediary cities in] … enhancing food systems sustainability; (food and agriculture)

2021-101

[We will support intermediary cities in] … enabling more equitable access to digital innovations. (digital economy)

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Energy and climate

2021-102

Responding to the call of the scientific community, noting with concern the recent reports of the IPCC and mindful of our leadership role, we commit to tackle the critical and urgent threat of climate change and (climate change)

2021-103

[Responding to the call of the scientific community, noting with concern the recent reports of the IPCC and mindful of our leadership role, we commit to] … work collectively to achieve a successful UNFCCC COP26 in Glasgow. (climate change)

2021-104

To this end, we reaffirm our commitment to the full and effective implementation of the UNFCCC and of the Paris Agreement, taking action across mitigation, adaptation and finance during this critical decade, on the basis of the best available scientific knowledge, reflecting the principle of common but differentiated responsibilities and respective capabilities, in light of different national circumstances. (climate change)

2021-105

We remain committed to the Paris Agreement goal to hold the global average temperature increase well below 2°C and to pursue efforts to limit it to 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels, also as a means to enable the achievement of the 2030 Agenda. (climate change)

2021-106

In this endeavour, informed by the IPCC assessments, we will accelerate our actions across mitigation, adaptation and finance, acknowledging the key relevance of achieving global net zero greenhouse gas emissions or carbon neutrality by or around mid-century and the need to strengthen global efforts required to reach the goals of the Paris Agreement. (climate change)

2021-107

Accordingly, recognizing that G20 members can significantly contribute to the reduction of global greenhouse gas emissions, we commit, in line with the latest scientific developments and with national circumstances, to take further action this decade and to formulate, implement, update and enhance, where necessary, our 2030 NDCs (climate change)

2021-108

[Accordingly, recognizing that G20 members can significantly contribute to the reduction of global greenhouse gas emissions, we commit, in line with the latest scientific developments and with national circumstances, to] … formulate Long-Term Strategies that set out clear and predictable pathways consistent with the achievement of a balance between anthropogenic emissions and removal by sinks by or around mid-century, taking into account different approaches, including the Circular Carbon Economy, socio-economic, economic, technological, and market developments, and promoting the most efficient solutions. (climate change)

2021-109

We will deliver national recovery and resilience plans that allocate, according to national circumstances, an ambitious share of the financial resources to mitigating and adapting to climate change and avoid harm to the climate and environment. (climate change)

2021-110

In order to deploy the full potential of zero, low-emission, innovative, modern and clean solutions, we will collaborate to accelerate the development and deployment of the most efficient and effective solutions and help them rapidly achieve cost parity and commercial viability, including to ensure access to clean energy for all, especially in developing countries. (climate change)

2021-111

We commit to scale up public Research, Development and Deployment. (climate change)

2021-112

We will increase our cooperation on enhanced country-driven capacity building and technology development and transfer on mutually agreed terms, including through key global initiatives and joint or bilateral projects on the most efficient solutions in all sectors of economy. (climate change)

2021-113

We [stress the importance of the effective implementation of the global goal on adaptation and] will submit adaptation communications. (climate change)

2021-114

We also commit to scale up adaptation finance, with a view to achieving a balance with the provision of finance for mitigation to address the needs of developing countries including by facilitating mechanisms, conditions and procedures to access available funds, taking national strategies, priorities and needs into account. (climate change)

2021-115

We recall and reaffirm the commitment made by developed countries, to the goal of mobilizing jointly USD 100 billion per year by 2020 and annually through 2025 to address the needs of developing countries, in the context of meaningful mitigation actions and transparency on implementation and stress the importance of meeting that goal fully as soon as possible. (climate change)

2021-116

We commit to significantly reduce our collective greenhouse gas emissions, taking into account national circumstances and respecting our NDCs. (climate change)

2021-117

We will further promote cooperation, to improve data collection, verification, and measurement in support of GHG inventories and to provide high quality scientific data. (climate change)

2021-118

We will increase our efforts to implement the commitment made in 2009 in Pittsburgh to phase out and rationalize, over the medium term, inefficient fossil fuel subsidies that encourage wasteful consumption and commit to achieve this objective, while providing targeted support for the poorest and the most vulnerable. (energy)

2021-119

We acknowledge the close link between climate and energy and commit to reduce emission intensity, as part of mitigation efforts, in the energy sector to meet timeframes aligned with the Paris temperature goal. (climate change)

2021-120

We will cooperate on deployment and dissemination of zero or low carbon emission and renewable technologies, including sustainable bioenergy, to enable a transition towards low-emission power systems. (energy)

2021-121

We commit to mobilize international public and private finance to support green, inclusive and sustainable energy development (energy)

2021-122

we will put an end to the provision of international public finance for new unabated coal power generation abroad by the end of 2021. (energy)

2021-123

As we are recovering from the crisis, we are committed to maintain energy security, while addressing climate change (climate change)

2021-124

[As we are recovering from the crisis, we are committed to] … guaranteeing just and orderly transitions of our energy systems that ensures affordability, including for the most vulnerable households and businesses. (energy)

2021-125

In this endeavour, we will remain vigilant of the evolution of energy markets, taking into account trends over the years, and promote an intensive dialogue. (energy)

2021-126

Accordingly, the G20 in collaboration with the International Energy Forum (IEF) will facilitate a dialogue between producers and consumers to bolster the efficiency, transparency and stability of the energy markets. (energy)

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Policies for the transition and sustainable finance

2021-127

We ask the different G20 work streams to act in synergy, within their respective mandates and while avoiding duplication, to inform our discussions on the most appropriate policy mix to move towards low-greenhouse gas emission economies, taking into account national circumstances. (climate change)

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Sustainable finance

2021-128

we endorse the G20 Sustainable Finance Roadmap (development)

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International taxation

2021-129

We call on the OECD/G20 Inclusive Framework on BEPS to swiftly develop the model rules and multilateral instruments as agreed in the Detailed Implementation Plan, with a view to ensure that the new rules will come into effect at global level in 2023. (international taxation)

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Gender equality and women's empowerment

2021-130

We reaffirm our commitment to gender equality (gender)

2021-131

We commit to put women and girls, who have been disproportionately affected by the pandemic, at the core of our efforts to build forward better. (gender)

2021-132

We will work on key factors such as equal access to education and opportunities, including in STEM sectors (gender)

2021-133

[We will work on key factors such as equal access to education and opportunities, including in] … the promotion of women's entrepreneurship and leadership (gender)

2021-134

[We will work on key factors such as equal access to education and opportunities, including in] … elimination of gender-based violence (gender)

2021-135

[We will work on key factors such as equal access to education and opportunities, including in] … enhancement of social services (gender)

2021-136

[We will work on key factors such as equal access to education and opportunities, including in] … health care services (gender)

2021-137

[We will work on key factors such as equal access to education and opportunities, including in] … educational services (gender)

2021-138

[We will work on key factors such as equal access to education and opportunities, including in] … the overcoming of gender stereotypes (gender)

2021-139

[We will work on key factors such as equal access to education and opportunities, including in] … the uneven distribution of unpaid care and domestic work. (gender)

2021-140

We commit to implement the G20 Roadmap Towards and Beyond the Brisbane Goal (gender)

2021-141

[we commit to] … rapidly enhance the quality and quantity of women's employment, with a particular focus on closing the gender pay gap. (gender)

2021-142

We reiterate our commitment to share progress and actions taken towards the Brisbane Goal in the related annual report (gender)

2021-143

We … will continue to enhance our concrete measures towards a systemic and cross-cutting approach to gender equality in our national policies, with adequate implementation tools. (gender)

2021-144

We will work on women's empowerment in cooperation with academia, civil society and the private sector. (gender)

2021-145

To this end, we support the convening of a G20 Conference on Women's Empowerment under the upcoming Presidencies. (gender)

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Employment and social protection

2021-146

In cooperation with social partners, we will adopt human-centered policy approaches to promote social dialogue (social policy)

2021-147

[In cooperation with social partners, we will adopt human-centered policy approaches to] … ensure greater social justice (social policy)

2021-148

[In cooperation with social partners, we will adopt human-centered policy approaches to] … safe and healthy working conditions (labour and employment)

2021-149

[In cooperation with social partners, we will adopt human-centered policy approaches to] … decent work for all, including within global supply chains. (trade)

2021-150

To reduce inequalities, eradicate poverty, support worker transitions and reintegration in labour markets and promote inclusive and sustainable growth, we will strengthen our social protection systems, as outlined in the G20 Policy Principles to Ensure Access to Adequate Social Protection for All in a Changing World of Work. (social policy)

2021-151

We will work to ensure decent working conditions for remote and platform workers (labour and employment)

2021-152

[we will] … strive to adapt our regulatory frameworks to new forms of work, ensuring that these are fair and inclusive, leaving no one behind, while paying special attention to addressing the digital gender divide and intergenerational inequalities. (labour and employment)

2021-153

We underscore our commitment to further international cooperation to strengthen safe and healthy working conditions for all workers (labour and employment)

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Education

2021-154

We commit to ensure access to quality education for all, with particular attention to women and girls and vulnerable students. (education)

2021-155

We will increase our efforts to make education systems inclusive, adaptable and resilient (education)

2021-156

[we] … will enhance the coordination between education, employment and social policies to improve the transition from education to quality employment, also through lifelong learning. (education)

2021-157

[We recognize the critical role of education for sustainable development, including environmental stewardship, in empowering younger generations with the necessary skills and mindset to address global challenges.] We commit to enhance cooperation and to foster stronger, effective measures to this end. (education)

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Migration and forced displacement

2021-158

We commit to take steps to support the full inclusion of migrants, including migrant workers, and refugees in our pandemic response and recovery efforts, in the spirit of international cooperation and in line with national policies, legislation and circumstances, ensuring full respect for their human rights and fundamental freedoms regardless of their migration status. (migration and refugees)

2021-159

We will continue the dialogue on migration and forced displacement in future Presidencies. (migration and refugees)

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Transportation and travel

2021-160

We will endeavor to restart international travel in a safe and orderly manner, consistent with the work of relevant international organizations such as the WHO, the International Civil Aviation Organization, the International Maritime Organization and the OECD. (trade)

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Financial regulation

2021-161

While the global financial system has been largely resilient, gaps in the regulatory framework remain which we are committed to addressing, including by completing the remaining elements of the G20 regulatory reforms agreed after the 2008 financial crisis. (financial regulation)

2021-162

We are also committed to strengthening the resilience of the non-bank financial intermediation (NBFI) sector with a systemic perspective, and reducing the need for extraordinary central bank interventions, by implementing the FSB NBFI work programme. (financial regulation)

2021-163

[We endorse the FSB final report on policy proposals to enhance money market fund (MMF) resilience and] we will assess and address MMF vulnerabilities in our jurisdictions, using the framework and policy toolkit in the report, recognizing the need to tailor measures to jurisdictions' specific circumstances, as well as taking account of cross-border considerations. (financial regulation)

2021-164

[We welcome the progress reported against milestones set for 2021 by the G20 Roadmap to enhance cross-border payments, and] we endorse the ambitious but achievable quantitative global targets for addressing the challenges of cost, speed, transparency and access by 2027 set out in the FSB report. (financial regulation)

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Trade and investment

2021-165

Recalling the Riyadh Initiative on the future of the WTO, we remain committed to working actively and constructively with all WTO Members to undertake the necessary reform of the WTO, improving all its functions, and we highlight the need to implement this commitment in practice through an inclusive and transparent approach including tackling the development issues. (trade)

2021-166

We commit to a successful and productive WTO 12th Ministerial Conference (MC12) as an important opportunity to advance that reform and revitalize the organization. (trade)

2021-167

We will work with all WTO members in the lead-up to the MC12 and beyond to enhance the capacity of the multilateral trading system to increase our pandemic and disaster preparedness and resilience through a multifaceted response, with a view to deliver an outcome on trade and health by MC12, including to work towards enhancing timely, equitable and global access to vaccines. (trade)

2021-168

We support reaching a meaningful WTO agreement on harmful fisheries subsidies by the MC12, in line with the SDG 14.6. (trade)

2021-169

[We underscore the importance of fair competition and] we will continue to work to ensure a level playing field to foster a favourable trade and investment environment. (trade)

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Infrastructure investment

2021-170

To this end, we endorse the G20 Policy Agenda on Infrastructure Maintenance. (infrastructure)

2021-171

In line with the G20 Roadmap for Infrastructure as an Asset Class, and building on the G20 Infrastructure Investors Dialogue, we will continue, in a flexible manner, to develop further the collaboration between the public and private investors to mobilise private capital. (infrastructure)

2021-172

We will continue to advance the work related to the G20 Principles for Quality Infrastructure Investment. (infrastructure)

2021-173

We agree to extend the Global Infrastructure Hub mandate until the end of 2024. (infrastructure)

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Productivity

2021-174

We endorse the G20 Menu of Policy Options - Digital Transformation and Productivity Recovery (digital economy)

2021-175

Drawing on the Menu we will continue discussing policies to sustain productivity growth (digital economy)

2021-176

[Drawing on the Menu we will continue to] … help ensure that the benefits are evenly shared within and across countries and sectors. (digital economy)

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Digital economy, higher education and research

2021-177

Mindful of the need to support a better inclusion of MSMEs in the digital economy, we commit to reinforce our actions and international cooperation towards the digital transformation of production, processes, services and business models (digital economy)

2021-178

[Mindful of the need to support a better inclusion of MSMEs in the digital economy, we commit to reinforce our actions and international cooperation through] … the use of consensus-based international standards (digital economy)

2021-179

[Mindful of the need to support a better inclusion of MSMEs in the digital economy, we commit to reinforce our actions and international cooperation through] … the improvement of consumer protection, digital skills and literacy. (digital economy)

2021-180

With this in mind, we will work to strengthen bilateral and multilateral cooperation to secure our ICT (digital economy)

2021-181

[With this in mind, we will work to] … address shared vulnerabilities and threats (digital economy)

2021-182

[With this in mind, we will work to] … combat cyber crime. (crime and corruption)

2021-183

Well aware of the benefits stemming from the responsible use and development of trustworthy human-centered Artificial Intelligence (AI), we will advance the implementation of the G20 AI Principles, while considering the specific needs of MSMEs and start-ups to encourage competition and innovation (digital economy)

2021-184

[Well aware of the benefits stemming from the responsible use and development of trustworthy human-centered Artificial Intelligence (AI), we will advance the implementation of the G20 AI Principles, while considering the] … diversity and inclusion (digital economy)

2021-185

[Well aware of the benefits stemming from the responsible use and development of trustworthy human-centered Artificial Intelligence (AI), we will advance the implementation of the G20 AI Principles, while considering the] … importance of international cooperation to promote research, development and application of AI. (digital economy)

2021-186

We will continue to work on addressing challenges such as those related to privacy, data protection, security and intellectual property rights, in accordance with the relevant applicable legal frameworks. (digital economy)

2021-187

We will also continue to further common understanding and to work towards identifying commonalities, complementarities and elements of convergence between existing regulatory approaches and instruments enabling data to flow with trust, in order to foster future interoperability. (digital economy)

2021-188

Recognizing the responsibility of digital service providers, we will work in 2022 towards enhancing confidence in the digital environment by improving internet safety and countering online abuse, hate speech, online violence and terrorism while protecting human rights and fundamental freedoms. (digital economy)

2021-189

We remain committed to protecting the most vulnerable, and acknowledge the G20 High Level Principles for Children Protection and Empowerment in the Digital Environment, drawn from the OECD Recommendation on Children in the Digital Environment and other relevant tools, such as the ITU 2020 Guidelines on Child Online Protection. (social policy)

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Financial inclusion

2021-190

We reaffirm our commitment to enhancing digital financial inclusion of vulnerable and underserved segments of society, including micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs), carrying forward the work of the Global Partnership for Financial Inclusion (GPFI) and implementing the G20 2020 Financial Inclusion Action Plan. (development)

2021-191

We endorse the G20 Menu of Policy Options for digital financial literacy and financial consumer and MSME protection "Enhancing digital financial inclusion beyond the COVID-19 crisis", with the aim to provide a guide for policymakers in their efforts to lay the ground for new financial inclusion strategies in the post-pandemic world. (development)

2021-192

We support the GPFI in bringing forward the monitoring of National Remittances Plans, also gathering more granular data (development)

2021-193

[we] strongly encourage the continued facilitation of the flow of remittances and the reduction of average remittance transfer costs. (development)

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Data gaps

2021-194

Recognizing the importance of an efficient use of digital tools within public administrations, we will continue to promote agile regulatory frameworks (digital economy)

2021-195

[Recognizing the importance of an efficient use of digital tools within public administrations, we will] … provide digital public services that are human-centric, proactive, easy to use and accessible to all. (digital economy)

2021-196

We will pursue further work on designing digital identity tools, deployable also in emergency scenarios. (digital economy)

2021-197

Recognizing that sustainable investment in quality digital infrastructure can greatly contribute to reducing the digital divide, we will promote universal, and affordable access to connectivity for all by 2025. (digital economy)

2021-198

Recognizing universal, secure, affordable, advanced and well-functioning digital infrastructure as an important driver for the economic recovery, we endorse the G20 Guidelines for Financing and Fostering High-Quality Broadband Connectivity for a Digital World, developed with the support of the OECD. (digital economy)

2021-199

We will enhance our efforts to ensure that our research and work forces are able to adapt their skills to the rapidly evolving digital environment (digital economy)

2021-200

[We will enhance our efforts to] … harness the potential of innovation and digital tools whilst upholding shared ethical principles and values. (digital economy)

2021-201

We will also leverage common digital infrastructures to promote research collaboration, open science and higher education. (digital economy)

2021-202

Firmly convinced about the crucial relevance of scientific progress in improving the lives of billions around the world and effectively addressing global challenges, we will also continue to ensure that scientific research, including on digital technology, is carried out in a responsible, safe, transparent, equitable, inclusive and secure manner, taking into account the risks stemming from cutting-edge technologies. (digital economy)

2021-203

We [welcome the transformation of the Digital Economy Task Force into a Working Group and] invite our Digital Ministers to further their discussions on the digital economy as appropriate. (digital economy)

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Tourism

2021-204

Building on the work made in 2020, we will continue to support a rapid, resilient, inclusive and sustainable recovery of the tourism sector, which is among those hardest hit by the pandemic, with a particular focus on developing countries and MSMEs. (trade)

2021-205

We endorse the G20 Rome Guidelines for the Future of Tourism, and commit to take action to fulfill its objectives, in particular with regard to safe mobility and seamless travel (trade)

2021-206

[We endorse the G20 Rome Guidelines for the Future of Tourism, and commit to take action to fulfill its objectives, in particular with regard to] … sustainability (trade)

2021-207

[We endorse the G20 Rome Guidelines for the Future of Tourism, and commit to take action to fulfill its objectives, in particular with regard to] … digitalization. (digital economy)

2021-208

We will explore collaboration in the fields of creative economy and innovation in support of tourism. (trade)

2021-209

To this end, we ask our Ministers of Tourism to pursue their collaboration with the OECD, the UNWTO and other relevant international organizations. (trade)

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Culture

2021-210

We ask our relevant institutions to further pursue the G20 cooperation on culture. (development)

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Anti-corruption

2021-211

Renewing our commitment to zero tolerance for corruption in the public and private sectors and to achieving common goals in the global fight against corruption, we adopt our 2022-2024 Anti-Corruption Action Plan. (crime and corruption)

2021-212

We will further strengthen our engagement with other stakeholders such as academia, civil society, media and the private sector, and will continue to promote their important role and active participation in this field. (crime and corruption)

2021-213

We are committed to fight any new and sophisticated forms of corruption. (crime and corruption)

2021-214

We endorse the G20 High-Level Principles on Corruption related to Organized Crime, on Tackling Corruption in Sport, and on Preventing and Combating Corruption in Emergencies (crime and corruption)

2021-215

We reaffirm our commitment to deny safe haven to corruption offenders and their assets, in accordance to domestic laws and to combat transnational corruption. (crime and corruption)

2021-216

We will also provide competent authorities with adequate, accurate and up-to-date information by adopting legally appropriate measures to improve international and domestic beneficial ownership transparency of legal persons and arrangements and real estate, especially trans-national flows, in line with the Financial Action Task Force recommendations. (crime and corruption)

2021-217

We remain committed to promoting a culture of integrity in the private sector, particularly in their relations with the public sector. (crime and corruption)

2021-218

We will ensure that G20 Countries adapt their regulation and legislation to comply with the relevant obligation to criminalize bribery, including bribery of foreign public officials (crime and corruption)

2021-219

[we will] … bolster efforts to effectively prevent, detect, investigate, prosecute and sanction domestic and foreign bribery. (crime and corruption)

2021-220

We will demonstrate concrete efforts for the duration of the Action Plan (crime and corruption)

2021-221

[we will] … share information on our actions towards criminalizing foreign bribery and enforcing foreign bribery legislation in line with article 16 of UNCAC, with a view to the possible adherence of all G20 countries to the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention. (crime and corruption)

2021-222

We reaffirm our full support for the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) (crime and corruption)

2021-223

[We reaffirm our full support for the] … Global Network (crime and corruption)

2021-224

We confirm our support for strengthening the FATF recommendations to improve beneficial ownership transparency (crime and corruption)

2021-225

We reaffirm the commitments made by Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors aimed at sustaining and strengthening the work of the FATF-Style Regional Bodies. (crime and corruption)

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