Why we are not engaging with the G20’s civil society process in 2020
The annual G20 summit often seems like a talking shop for the world’s most powerful governments. The leaders of 19 of the largest national economies plus the European Union get together, shake hands in front of the cameras, and make vague agreements, many of which they don’t implement. The summits draw the attention of the world’s media, and – frequently – protesters from around the world who want to hold those governments to account.
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- Ireland: Serious Gaps in Human Rights Protection, Amnesty International Submission for the UN Universal Periodic Review, 39th Session of the UPR Working Group, 1 – 12 November 2021
- BEN AND JERRY’S DECISION TO STOP BUSINESS RELATIONSHIPS WITH THE ILLEGAL ISRAELI SETTLEMENTS IN THE OPT IS CONSISTENT WITH INTERNATIONAL LAW
- Italy: A slippery slope for human rights: The Iuventa case