Online voting open for the Civil 20 recommendations
The discussion of the Civil 20 recommendations for the G20 is now over, the co-chairs of the Civil 20 working groups have summarized all the proposals and drafted position statements.
Online voting will remain open until April 26. To vote it is required to register with the Civil 20 Dialogues platform and support draft recommendations on the following issues:
- Environmental sustainability and energy
- Jobs and employment
- Financial inclusion and financial education
- Food security
- Post 2015 millennium development goals
Each recommendation is open for separate voting. The working group co-chairs will use the voting results to finalize civil society recommendations for the G20 Leaders.
Two of the Civil 20 Working Groups, the Anti-Corruption Group and the Global Financial Architecture Group, decided to refrain from online voting. However, Internet users will have an opportunity to send their comments directly to these groups' leaders via e-mail at the addresses posted on the website.