Amnesty International recommendations to the G20 on physical infrastructure, agricultural development and climate change
The G20 Summit, which this year focuses on ‘Shaping an Interconnected World’, is an important opportunity for G20 countries to affirm their collective commitment to ensuring that human rights are a fundamental part of the framework of the developing global interconnectivity, thus setting an important example to the rest of the world. Amnesty International is providing a set of recommendations to G20 countries on the importance of human rights and sustainability in physical infrastructure and agricultural projects as well as the importance of combatting climate change which, if implemented, would demonstrate their global leadership in this area.
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