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  • Accountability|Asia|C20|China|civil society|corruption|G20|g20|G20 Civil Summit|India|Indonesia|inequality|Japan|Korea|News|participation|Russia
    06/25/2013 - 09:44 | 0comments

    The constituents of GCAP Asia and the Asia Development Alliance have sent a clear message to the five Asian members of the G20:  it's time to step up to ensure that equality and equity are pillars of growth and development and that corruption has no place in our nations or communities.  The joint letter, which was drafted at the G20 Civil Summit, is being presented to political leaders and the G20 'sherpas' (government negotiators) from China, India, Indonesia, Korea and Japan.

    GCAP Asia and the ADA at the G20 Civil Summit

  • Barack Obama|China|clean coal|Climate Change|Copenhagen|economic recovery|ed miliband|energy|financial crisis|gordon brown|India|labour party|Prime Minister Gordon Brown
    04/28/2009 - 18:46 | 0comments

    President Obama has invigorated the debate on climate action and clean energy both in the United States, and internationally.

    This isn't just good news for our planet and energy security, but for our economic recovery and future prosperity as countries the world over fight the global recession.

    In Britain and in the US, tough economic times led some people to say that we should row back on tackling climate change and delay any moves to a low carbon economy.

    But now we know that the route to economic recovery lies in climate recovery.

  • China|G20|g20|G20Voice|g20voice|londonsummit2009|Rui Chenggang|tv
    03/23/2009 - 11:08 | 0comments

    Rui Chenggang - G20 Voice BloggerRui Chenggang is China’s most respected and most watched TV show host on business, economy and current affairs.

  • Bali|China|Climate Change|climate change|development|East Timor|India|Indonesia|Philippines|poverty|Vietnam
    12/13/2007 - 02:56 | 0comments

    Sahba Chauhan has been busy for the past two weeks liaising with partner organizations in developing countries that Oxfam works with. I caught up with Sahba, at the conference on its second last day, to find out more about what she and our partners have been doing here in Bali.

    Karina - Why is it important to have organisations from Least Developed and Developing countries here at this conference?