Creating a framework 
for a better Global Governance 
VICTOR PHILIPPENKO | CHAIRMAN OF THE EXECUTIVE BOARD 
Input presenta...
Contents 
1. G20 
2. G20 Foundation 
3. G20 Outreach Dialogue 
4. Our Outreach Experience 
5. Green Growth Forum 
6. G20 F...
G20
G20 
§ The Group of Twenty (G20) is a new economic integration established in 1999. That is premier 
forum for internatio...
G20 Key indicators 
§ G20 members represent almost: 
§ 90% of global GDP 
§ 80% of international global-trade 
§ 2/3 o...
G20 Countries and Permanent Members
G-20 Summits
Themes for 2014 
§ Australia’s G20 Presidency in 2014 will 
structure leaders’ discussion around the 
key themes of: 
§ ...
A G20 Agenda for Growth and resilience in 2014 
Strong, Sustainable and Balanced Growth 
Trade 
Boosting Growth through th...
G20 Australia 2014 | Outreach Groups
“The problems that exist in the world 
today cannot be solved by the level of 
thinking that created them." 
Albert Einste...
G20 Foundation
G20 Foundation 
The G20 Foundation is an independent 
platform for governance innovation formed 
to help develop a framewo...
G20 Foundation | Our Hubs 
§ Ten Hubs (Frankfurt, Berlin, 
New York, London, Mexico 
City, Moscow, Cape Town, 
Zurich, Tu...
The G20 Foundation | Our People
G20 Foundation | Our Role within the G20 process 
§ The G20 Foundation positions 
themselves between the 
G20 member stat...
G20 Outreach Dialogue
G20 Outreach Dialogue 
G20 
Brisbane Summit 
Sherpa-Office 
YOUTH20 BUSINESS20 CIVIL20 
LABOUR20 CIVIL20 
Federal Governme...
Our Outreach Experience
Combining 5 years of Outreach Experience 
Participation at G-20Y Summit 2010, Toronto 14-18 April Participation at G-20Y S...
Highlights and Relationships 
Submitted G-20Y 2011 Communique to Christine 
Lagarde, IMF Managing Director on November 4, ...
Highlights and Relationships 
Delivered the communique to Olli Rehn, 
Vice President of the European Commission 
Had vivid...
Case Study: Green Growth Forum 
As an example of a designed and implemented project
The Idea: Green Growth Forum 
Idea Green Growth Forum 
• Promoting the interaction between 
politics, economy and the acad...
Implementation 
Energy reform Sustainable development 
• Objective debate 
• Objective indicator system 
• Framework for l...
© G20 Foundation | Annual Report 2013 | 25 
Green Growth Forum 2013, Berlin 
Honorable guest of Green Growth Forum with me...
Participants 
Representattives from companies Representatives from organizations
Acknowledgement of the Green Growth Forum Communiqué 
Liebe Leserin, lieber Leser, 
Nachhaltigkeit ist die große Herausfor...
G20 Foundation on Ukraine
Steps needed to be taken 
1. Stabilize the fragile financial, economic and political situation 
2. Assist with the transit...
Our vision for genuine and sustainable transformation 
Establishing a 
framework for a 
sustainable democratic 
developmen...
Results expected from Ukrainian Stakeholders 
§ Constitutional and judiciary reform, as well as electoral legislation: 
§...
What we can do for Ukrainian Stakeholders 
§ Support the Ukraine in addressing short-term economic problems and preparing...
What we can do for you 
1. Insights– developing the right strategy and sharing our insights on global economic agenda 
and...
Our Communities 
TALENT 
CAPITAL 
MEDIA 
TECHNOLOGY 
CORPORATES 
GOVERNMENTS 
COMMUNICATION 
START-UPS 
FAMILIES 
MANAGEME...
USA – New York Hub – Hub Leader 
Michael Wolff 
§ Michael Wolff is a EisnerAmper Partner responsible for Business Develop...
USA – New York Hub – Global Fellow 
Binta Niambi Brown 
§ Binta Niambi Brown is is a former partner in a large global law...
Germany – Frankfurt Hub – Senior Advisor 
Prof. Dr. Dr. Radermacher 
§ Dr. Franz Josef Radermacher, Germany – Founder of ...
Germany – Frankfurt Hub – Global Fellow 
Jan Brecke 
§ Jan Brecke is the European Learning & Development Leader for GE. I...
Germany – Frankfurt Hub – Global Fellow 
Foad Forghani 
§ Foad Forghani is the founder and owner of FORGHANI NEGOTIATIONS...
Italy – Turino Hub – Hub Leader 
Vittorio Oliva 
§ Vittorio is Senior Banker with 15+ years of international Corporate & ...
Turkey – Izmir Hub – Hub Leader 
Barış Zafer Öner 
§ Barış Zafer, is an entrepreneur and international business consultan...
South Africa – Cape Town – Global Fellow 
Cornell Basson 
§ Cornell Basson is a entrepreneur and business consultant on t...
Contact Details 
Victor Philippenko 
Mob. UA +38 066 596 3400 
Mob./Viber +49 163 69 55 777 
linkedin.com/in/philippenko 
...
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  1. 1. Creating a framework for a better Global Governance VICTOR PHILIPPENKO | CHAIRMAN OF THE EXECUTIVE BOARD Input presentation: “G20 Perspective on Ukraine” August 19th | 16:00 | Lviv
  2. 2. Contents 1. G20 2. G20 Foundation 3. G20 Outreach Dialogue 4. Our Outreach Experience 5. Green Growth Forum 6. G20 Foundation on Ukraine
  3. 3. G20
  4. 4. G20 § The Group of Twenty (G20) is a new economic integration established in 1999. That is premier forum for international cooperation on the most important issues of the global economic and financial agenda. It brings together governors from 19 countries and the EU. § Objectives: 1. Policy coordination between its members; 2. Financial regulations that reduce risks and prevent future financial crises; 3. Modernization of international financial architecture.
  5. 5. G20 Key indicators § G20 members represent almost: § 90% of global GDP § 80% of international global-trade § 2/3 of the world's population lives in G20 member countries. § The presidency of the G20 rotates annually among its members. The presidency leads a three-member management group of previous, current and future chairs, referred to as the Troika, the purpose of which is smooth transition from one presidency to another. § There are no formal criteria for G-20 membership and the composition of the group has remained unchanged since it was established. In view of the objectives of the G-20, it was considered important that countries and regions of systemic significance for the international financial system be included. Aspects such as geographical balance and population representation also played a major part.
  6. 6. G20 Countries and Permanent Members
  7. 7. G-20 Summits
  8. 8. Themes for 2014 § Australia’s G20 Presidency in 2014 will structure leaders’ discussion around the key themes of: § promoting stronger economic growth and employment outcomes § making the global economy more resilient to deal with future shocks. § Australia want to maintain a tight focus on practical outcomes that will lift growth, boost participation, create jobs and build the resilience of the global economy.
  9. 9. A G20 Agenda for Growth and resilience in 2014 Strong, Sustainable and Balanced Growth Trade Boosting Growth through the private sector Investment and Infrastructure Employment Fiscal and Monetary Policy Development Building Global Economic Resilience Tax Anti-Corruption Reforming Global Institutions Energy Financial Regulation
  10. 10. G20 Australia 2014 | Outreach Groups
  11. 11. “The problems that exist in the world today cannot be solved by the level of thinking that created them." Albert Einstein
  12. 12. G20 Foundation
  13. 13. G20 Foundation The G20 Foundation is an independent platform for governance innovation formed to help develop a framework for better global governance.
  14. 14. G20 Foundation | Our Hubs § Ten Hubs (Frankfurt, Berlin, New York, London, Mexico City, Moscow, Cape Town, Zurich, Turin, Izmir) § … on four continents § … and in nine countries. § Strategic goal is to be present in all G20 countries till 2018
  15. 15. The G20 Foundation | Our People
  16. 16. G20 Foundation | Our Role within the G20 process § The G20 Foundation positions themselves between the G20 member states, the G20 presidency as well as the individual Outreach groups. § The Foundation serves as a platform and catalyst to ensure continuity of the G20 process, improve communication among all stakeholders and strengthen the implementation of a set of actions that has been agreed upon on the Outreach and Leaders level. G20 Foundation G20 Country G20 Troika G20 Presidency G20 Summit G20 Country G20 Country G20 Country B20 C20 T20 L20 Y20
  17. 17. G20 Outreach Dialogue
  18. 18. G20 Outreach Dialogue G20 Brisbane Summit Sherpa-Office YOUTH20 BUSINESS20 CIVIL20 LABOUR20 CIVIL20 Federal Government Business 20 Civil 20 Think 20 Labor 20 Youth 20
  19. 19. Our Outreach Experience
  20. 20. Combining 5 years of Outreach Experience Participation at G-20Y Summit 2010, Toronto 14-18 April Participation at G-20Y Summit 2011, Paris, October 5-9 German Delegation and German Organizing Committee Participation at G-20Y Summi 2012t, Mexico City, May 23-27
  21. 21. Highlights and Relationships Submitted G-20Y 2011 Communique to Christine Lagarde, IMF Managing Director on November 4, 2011 at the G20 in Cannes. Meeting with Herman Van Rompuy, President of the European Council
  22. 22. Highlights and Relationships Delivered the communique to Olli Rehn, Vice President of the European Commission Had vivid discussion with Nemat Shafik, Deputy Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund at Brussels Economic Forum
  23. 23. Case Study: Green Growth Forum As an example of a designed and implemented project
  24. 24. The Idea: Green Growth Forum Idea Green Growth Forum • Promoting the interaction between politics, economy and the academic sector • Elaborating political proposals for the G20 nations • Gathering relevant research findings for the G20 agenda • Transparent transfer of the gathered information to governments • This idea was applied in March 2013 in Berlin during the first Green Growth Forum • The Green Growth Forum focuses on the following topics: 1. Energy reform and efficiency 2. Sustainable development • Experts from the political, economical and academic areas will draft a proposal • Key positions will be forwarded to the political actors • The aim of the forum is to generate new ideas and solution-oriented approaches
  25. 25. Implementation Energy reform Sustainable development • Objective debate • Objective indicator system • Framework for long term research Agenda • Competitive national market structure in the energy sector • International coordination of the market Each comittee will have 10 participants and will be structured as following: § 1 Moderator (Scholar from the corresponding area) § 5 Company representatives § 1-2 NGO representatives § 1-2 Scholars § 1-2 Government representatives Within one day the committees will draft the proposal, which will present recommendations for the corresponding topic.
  26. 26. © G20 Foundation | Annual Report 2013 | 25 Green Growth Forum 2013, Berlin Honorable guest of Green Growth Forum with members of G20 Foundation, Marco Stephan, Victor Philippenko and Robert Pflaum Panel discussion “Green Growth as a key economic driver or a solution to overcome the energy crisis of G20 countries” with Dr. W. Scheremet (Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Technology), , N. Girouard (OECD), F. González Diaz (Mexican Ambassador), E. Johns (Australian Embassy), moderated by Dr. G. Hofmann (Agentur Zukunft) Participants of Green Growth Forum during welcome note of Dr. Stefan Mair, Member of the Executive Board and B20 Sherpa of Association of German Industry (BDI) Thrilling discussion in the working groups of Green Growth Forum
  27. 27. Participants Representattives from companies Representatives from organizations
  28. 28. Acknowledgement of the Green Growth Forum Communiqué Liebe Leserin, lieber Leser, Nachhaltigkeit ist die große Herausforderung unserer und der nachfolgenden Generationen. Wir brauchen einen Paradigmenwechsel – vom immer schnelleren Verbrauch fossiler Ressourcen hin zu erneuerbaren Energien, zur Kreislaufwirtschaft, zu einem effizienten Umgang mit Energie und Ressourcen. Mit der Energiewende wollen wir zeigen: Das geht. Es ist möglich. Es gibt eine Alternative zum bloßen „Weiter so“. Und das gerade in einem Industrie- und Hightechland wie Deutschland. Nach gut zwei Jahren Energiewende ist klar: Dieser Paradigmenwechsel wird nur gelingen, wenn Politik, Wirtschaft und Wissenschaft noch viel enger als bisher zusammenarbeiten, wenn sie viel häufiger als früher Ideen austauschen und viel gezielter gemeinsam an Lösungen arbeiten. Die Energiewende ist ein Gemeinschaftsprojekt! Gegenseitiges Verstehen, schnelles gegenseitiges Lernen und volle Konzentration auf die Lösungen für die Welt von morgen – das sind die Kennzeichen der Arbeit der G20 Foundation. Beim Green Growth Forum 2013 in Berlin hat sich dies wieder einmal auf beeindruckende Weise gezeigt! Für die Bereitschaft, neben der Arbeit in führenden Unternehmen, in erlesenen Forschungseinrichtungen und politischen Institutionen gemeinsam an den großen Fragen der Nachhaltigkeit und der Zukunft unserer Energiesysteme zu arbeiten, bin ich den Teilnehmerinnen und Teilnehmern des Forums dankbar. Ich versichere Ihnen: Ihre Impulse und Anregungen werden ihre Wirkung nicht verfehlen! Es grüßt Sie herzlich Ihr Peter Altmaier Peter Altmaier Chief of Staff of the German Chancellery and Federal Minister for Special Affairs
  29. 29. G20 Foundation on Ukraine
  30. 30. Steps needed to be taken 1. Stabilize the fragile financial, economic and political situation 2. Assist with the transition, plan and implement reforms to boost growth 3. Facilitate a multi-stakeholder dialogue with involvement of parliament, opposition, business and civil society in order to build a national consensus on measures required to guarantee a genuine and sustainable transformation. 4. Ensure post-conflict rehabilitation for Donbass Region 5. Raise public awareness in Ukraine as well as in third countries on the benefits and opportunities that such reforms can offer both for Ukraine and the region as a whole.
  31. 31. Our vision for genuine and sustainable transformation Establishing a framework for a sustainable democratic development Unlocking the human potential Building up a foundation for sustainable and inclusive economic growth Protecting the most vulnerable through philantrophy and impact investment Achieving post-industrial transition through establishing of global pubic-private partnerships
  32. 32. Results expected from Ukrainian Stakeholders § Constitutional and judiciary reform, as well as electoral legislation: § an inclusive and participatory process towards reform, § in line with international recommendations. § Anti-corruption, linked to the reform of the justice sector: § the enforcement of provisions against illicit enrichment § Effective verification of declarations of interest § access to information of public interest § and transparency and competitiveness of public procurement. § Public administration reform: § a merit-based civil service reflected in the separation between political and administration positions, § separation between public and private sphere, § non-political recruitment and promotion of senior and middle level civil servants, § sufficient employment stability and protection against discretionary dismissals.
  33. 33. What we can do for Ukrainian Stakeholders § Support the Ukraine in addressing short-term economic problems and preparing for in- depth reform in the context of political association and economic integration with the EU on the basis of the Association Agreement/Deep Comprehensive Free Trade Areas through support to improved governance, the fight against corruption, judiciary reform and public administration reform. § Facilitate a multi-stakeholder dialogue with involvement of parliament, opposition, business and civil society in order to build a national consensus on measures required to guarantee a genuine and sustainable transformation. § Ensuring efficiency and effectiveness of donor coordination and international cooperation based on the principles of transparency and partnership. § Support the creation of PPP based task forces consisting of professional project managers, industry and policy experts to identify the gaps and perform fast and efficient transition.
  34. 34. What we can do for you 1. Insights– developing the right strategy and sharing our insights on global economic agenda and trends. 2. Internationalization - assist with identifying and entering the G20 markets including EU. 3. Communication – providing a global communicational platform in relevant world cities and stakeholders. 4. Management – attracting and developing global talent for hands on execution of the transformational processes within the country.
  35. 35. Our Communities TALENT CAPITAL MEDIA TECHNOLOGY CORPORATES GOVERNMENTS COMMUNICATION START-UPS FAMILIES MANAGEMENT MARKETS TRENDS
  36. 36. USA – New York Hub – Hub Leader Michael Wolff § Michael Wolff is a EisnerAmper Partner responsible for Business Development bringing an extensive background in management consulting, organizational effectiveness, personal development, motivation and creativity. § Michael spent five years as President of InteleTravel International, an organization he co-founded, where he capitalized on his knowledge of travel industry management and organizational effectiveness to create a revolutionary travel agency concept providing a totally new distribution channel for travel. Previously, he was President of Productivity and Profit Improvement Associates, an international organization of training and performance management consultants. He has been a Partner and Associate National Director of Client Services for Touche Ross & Co., and Retail Industry Manager and Sales and Marketing Manager for Control Data Corporation, holding a similar position with the IBM Service Bureau Company. § Michael serves on the International Business Development Committee of PKF International. He is on the board of the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce (MCC - New York; the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT); The Association for Corporate Growth (ACG) - New York. In addition, Michael is the New York HUB Leader for the G20 Foundation (G20). § Michael received his B.A. from New York University and has completed advanced programs in organization effectiveness at Harvard University.
  37. 37. USA – New York Hub – Global Fellow Binta Niambi Brown § Binta Niambi Brown is is a former partner in a large global law firm, currently taking a sabbatical to focus on other projects. She has represented corporate clients in connection with over $75 billion of merger and acquisition transactions (including the then largest oil & gas merger in US history), public and private debt and equity offerings, and secured debt financings. She was named as one of the 2011 "40 Under 40" professionals in Crain's New York Business, has been recognized by that National Organization for Women as a "Woman of Power and Influence", and in 2012 the World Economic Forum honored her as a Young Global Leader. § Ms. Brown has also advised general counsel and other senior management officials of Fortune 100 companies with respect to corporate governance matters and other special situations, in addition to providing general corporate advice to early- and growth-stage businesses. Ms. Brown's pro bono practice has included advocating on behalf of women and girls and other human rights matters throughout the world. § Ms. Brown was an informal national security advisor to Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton's presidential campaign, where she focused in particular on human rights and international institutions, and has advised several other senior elected officials and their staffs on transportation policy and foreign economic policy. § Ms. Brown received her B.A. cum laudefrom Barnard College and her J.D. from Columbia Law School.
  38. 38. Germany – Frankfurt Hub – Senior Advisor Prof. Dr. Dr. Radermacher § Dr. Franz Josef Radermacher, Germany – Founder of the Global Marshall Plan, Chairman, Research Institute for Applied Knowledge Processing § Prof. Dr. Dr. Franz Josef Radermacher is the Director of FAW/n (Research Institute for Applied Knowledge Processing/n), Ulm, and holds a faculty position for Data Bases / Artificial Intelligence at the University of Ulm. § Member of the Club of Rome and of several national and international advisory boards. Co-founder of the Global Marshall Plan Initiative as well as President of the Senat der Wirtschaft e.V., Bonn, President of the Global Economic Network (GEN), Vienna, and Vice President of the Ecosocial Forum Europe, Vienna. § 1997 Scientific Award of the German Society for Mathematics, Economics and Operations Research. 2005 Laureate of the Salzburg Award for Future Research, Salzburg, Austria. 2007 Laureate of „Vision Award 2007“ of Global Economic Network (for Global Marshall Plan Initiative). 2007 Laureate of Karl-Werner-Kieffer Award (Stiftung Ökologie und Landbau, SÖL). Member of the Rotarian Action Group for Population & Development (RFPD) – German Section – e.V. Member of the German National Committee of the UNESCO for the World Decade „Education for Sustainable Development“ (2005 – 2014).
  39. 39. Germany – Frankfurt Hub – Global Fellow Jan Brecke § Jan Brecke is the European Learning & Development Leader for GE. In his role Jan’s primary responsibility is to analyze the regional learning needs and create overall learning strategies and operations to support the approximately 90.000 employees in the European region. § He had been the L&D Leader for Germany prior to that and the Global Head for Talent & Leadership Development for Deutsche Bank´s Group Finance division. He had spent 5 years with UBS in various roles as the Head Leadership Development US for Global Wealth Management, based in New York, and was responsible for Senior Executive Development in Zurich. § Prior to working in Financial Industry, Jan had been with Daimler, responsible for Executive Management Development. As a management consultant and coach for Daimler, he had also worked in organizational development. Furthermore, he gained a lot of work experience in different consulting companies as Kienbaum & Partner and HDC Consulting in Tokyo. § Jan holds a dual-degree in Psychology (Master of Science) and Business Administration, specialized in organizational and work psychology, and studied at Konstanz University and the Tokyo International University in Japan.
  40. 40. Germany – Frankfurt Hub – Global Fellow Foad Forghani § Foad Forghani is the founder and owner of FORGHANI NEGOTIATIONS. As negotiation expert he advises German and international companies and institutions in preparing for and implementing demanding and complex negotiations. He has gained negotiation experience from extremely sensitive economic situations. In addition, he has assisted companies in cases involving kidnappings and extortion and has also supported government authorities in political negotiations. § Forghani has provided insight into the unique role of a ghost negotiator with articles and interviews published in reputable media and appearances on various broadcasting stations. The Top 100 European Keynote-Speaker (2012/2013) has published two books on the art of negotiation. § Foad Forghani took a postgraduate Certificate in Business Administration, among other fields specialising in negotiation management, from Herriot Watt University in Edinburgh. § Because of his experience in extremely delicate cases, he is called upon for his expertise in exceptional and particularly difficult negotiations. His clients include well-known companies from various sectors.
  41. 41. Italy – Turino Hub – Hub Leader Vittorio Oliva § Vittorio is Senior Banker with 15+ years of international Corporate & Investment Banking experience (Europe & USA) & 10+ years of General Management (in different countries) able to deliver far reaching and sustainable results. § He has gained a significant International managerial experience having substantially contributed to the development of the Corporate & Investment Banking activities of former Sanpaolo IMI in Europe, those of the European-London-based HUB of Intesa Sanpaolo post integration back in 2007 and having developed – since 01/2008 – the German Area (made of Austria, Germany, Switzerland) of Intesa Sanpaolo into a top perfomer & innovative business structure. § In Germany he created a unique Innovation Platform (with the direct involvement of several public & private entities) aimed at favoring entrepreneurship, R&D activity + Tech. Transfer and sustainable value creation overtime (due also to the various Advisory Activities along Corporates´ business life cycle). § He got a BA Economics and MBA from the University of Rome and completed an Executive Banking Programme from INSEAD. He is fluent in English, French, German and Spanish and native in Italian;
  42. 42. Turkey – Izmir Hub – Hub Leader Barış Zafer Öner § Barış Zafer, is an entrepreneur and international business consultant for 18 years. He started his commercial career in import/export field when he was 21 years old. § He created nationwide sub-distribution trade channels in 26 regions and 67 cities in his early ages. He worked with Australian, Israeli, Chinese, Korean, American and European companies in different fields for years. § Then, Barış Zafer has been invited to Governmental, Institutional Commercial projects specialized in Public-Private- Partnerships for various sectors. He consults to Swiss based multinationals for Public Private Partnerships since 2004. He consults to multi-nationals and organize A-Z strategic guidance. § Barış Zafer ÖNER is founder and active leader of Sectoral Leadership and Entreprenuership Movement and 2013 delegate of the G8 Young Leaders Summit. He is also consultant member of Turkish Health Tourism Organization (TUHETO). He joined in many national and international leadership and youth chamber congress, seminars, conferences and certification programs. He is an active member of Izmir Chamber of Commerce. § Barış Zafer graduated from Business Administration, Management Faculty and also studied System Engineering, Tour Operating Management. He graduated also Kuleli Military College and studied 2 years in Land Force War Academy.
  43. 43. South Africa – Cape Town – Global Fellow Cornell Basson § Cornell Basson is a entrepreneur and business consultant on the African continent. At the age of 28 he has accomplished considerably in setting up successful businesses, he sits on the boards and is actively involved in various companies in a variety of sectors including retail, finance, marketing, mortgage brokering and import/export. § As an active and skilled member of the business community in Cape Town, South Africa, he consults to multi-nationals focussing on strategic guidance and marketing. Cornell has also been involved in bilateral trade talks and workshops at senior Government level between South Africa and the United Kingdom. § In the past five years he has completed his Chartered Accountancy articles contract at PWC in Cape Town where he was seconded to Paladin Capital Ltd, the private equity division of the PSG Group, one of the leading investment houses in South-Africa. § Since then he has set up his own private equity company and has been actively involved in mapping the strategic route in financial services for the Shoprite Group of Companies, the largest supermarket group on the African continent. He has worked and travelled to many African countries where Shoprite have a presence. § He holds a Bachelors in Accounting from the University of Stellenbosch and a Honours in Accounting from the University of South Africa.
  44. 44. Contact Details Victor Philippenko Mob. UA +38 066 596 3400 Mob./Viber +49 163 69 55 777 linkedin.com/in/philippenko %.com/victor.philippenko philippenko@g20foundation.org http://www.g20foundation.org http://www.twitter.com/g20foundation http://www.facebook.com/g20foundation An independent platform for governance innovation formed to help develop a framework for better global governance.

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