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After the G-20 Summit in Hamburg: Ways forward to revive international cooperation

The conference will reflect on the outcomes of the G-20’s Hamburg Summit and will look ahead to the Argentinian G-20 presidency starting December 2017. In addition, the conference will feature three sessions on rethinking globalization and the new emerging order, the G-20’s Compact with Africa, and the G-20’s relationship with the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Participants will include international think tank representatives, high-level officials, and other stakeholders.

This is a private event. Invited guests will receive the registration link via email invitation.


Welcoming remarks

Peter Wolff

Head, World Economy and Development Financing - German Development Institute/Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik (DIE)

Transitioning from the German to the Argentinian G-20 Presidency

Jörg Stephan

Deputy Director General, G20 Policy - German Ministry of Finance

Rethinking globalization and the new emerging order


Mercedes Méndez Ribas

Institutional Development Director - Centre for the Implementation of Public Policy for Equity and Growth (CIPPEC)

Wonhyuk Lim

Director, Global Economy Research - Korea Development Institute

Coffee break

G-20 Compact with Africa: Supporting the SDGs and Agenda 2063

Paul Collier

Professor of Economic and Public Policy - University of Oxford

Julia Leininger

Head, Governance, Statehood and Security - German Development Institute/Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik (DIE)


Keynote speaker

Mathew Haarsager

Special Assistant to the President for Global Economics and Finance - National Security Council / National Economic Council

G-20 and the 2030 Agenda

Simon Zadek

Principal, Project Catalyst - United Nations Development Programme

Concluding remarks

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