G20 and SDGs: Civil Society Evaluation of the Outcome of G20 Osaka Summit 2019

»G20 and SDGs: Civil Society Evaluation of the Outcome of G20 Osaka Summit 2019

G20 and SDGs: Civil Society Evaluation of the Outcome of G20 Osaka Summit 2019

Date & Time: 10:30am to Noon, Monday, July 15, 2019
Venue: Japanese American Association New York
Address: 49 W, 45th Street, 11th Floor, New York, NY 10036 USA
Organizer: Japan Civil Society Platform for 2019 G20 Summit
Supported by: C20
Contacthttps://peraichi.com/landing_pages/view/sdg-and-g20

Purpose:
-Review the outcomes of G20 Osaka Summit 2019 in the context of SDGs, especially on Goal 4 (Education), 8 (Labor Rights), 10 (Inequality), 13 (Climate Change), 16 (Peace and Justice) and 17 (Patnership)
-Evaluate the role of C20 and civil society involvement in the G20 process in the context of Target 16.7 (“Ensure responsive, inclusive, participatory and representative decision-making at all levels”)
-Dialogues between G20 and C20
-Strengthen networks among CSOs

Tentative Agenda:
1) Opening Remarks
2) Key Note Speech “The outcomes of G20 Osaka Summit in the context of SDGs” by Mr. Kotaro Katsuki, Director of Global Issues Cooperation Division, MoFA, Japan
3) Evaluation of the civil society on the Osaka Summit Goal 4 (Education) / Goal 8 (Labor rights) / Goal 10 (Inequality) / Goal 13 (Climate Change) / Goal 16 (Peace and Justic – Participatory Decision Making) / Goal 17 (Partnership)
4) For the next G20/C20: How to continue and scale up civil society involvement in G20 Process
5) Closing Remarks

Speakers:
Masaki Inaba, Managing Director, Japan Civil Society Network for SDGs, C20 Sherpa, Japan Local Coordinator of C20 Global Health Working Group

Marcela Browne, Fundación SES / Liga Iberoamericana de Organizaciones de la Sociedad Civil International Coordinator of C20 Education Working Group

Kotaro Katsuki, Director, Global Issues Cooperation Division, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan

Akira Kondo, Ghana Project Manager, ACE, C20 Labour, Business and Human Rights Working Group

Noriko Shibata, Senior Advocacy Advisor, World Vision Japan

Wanun Permpibul, Climate Watch Thailand

Namhla Mniki, Executive Director, African Monitor, Coordinating South Africa CSO Working Group on SDGs and Host of the South Africa Open SDG Club

Haifa Almugrin, Deputy Assistant Minister for Sustainable Development, Ministry of Economy and Planning, Saudi Arabia

Rahaf Al Sanosi, King Khalid Foundation

Martin Tsounkeu, C20 Steering Committee, General Representative, Africa Development Interchange Network – ADIN

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