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G20 Civil Task Force Report:
Civil 20 Proposals for Strong, Sustainable and Inclusive Growth

May 2013

The report and recommendations to G20 focused on surmounting the risks originating from growing income inequality have been initiated by the Civil20 in the run up to the St. Petersburg G20 summit to be held on September 5-6, 2013. The Civil20 drafting process was carried out in partnership with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and was coordinated by the International Organizations Research Institute of the National Research University Higher School of Economics (IORI HSE) and the G20 Research Group of the University of Toronto.

The report provides an independent analysis and proposals for a dialogue between a wide range of stakeholders and the G20 governors on the G20 concerted policies and actions to improve economic equality within their countries and beyond.

To ensure accuracy, comprehensiveness and integrity, the report authors encourage comments. All feedback remains anonymous. Please send your comments to civil20tf.equality@gmail.com

Responsibility for this report's contents lies exclusively with the authors and experts of the IORI HSE and their partners at the G20 Research Group.

Civil 20 Proposals for Strong, Sustainable and Inclusive Growth, May 2013
Executive Report and Key Findings [English] [Russian]
Full report (including country findings) [English] [Russian]
See also:
International Organisations Research Institute's G20 page [English] [Russian]
C20 Civil Russia 2013

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