The C20’s job is to support civil society to get its voice heard by G20 decision-makers. Here you can have your say in shaping civil society’s policy recommendations to the G20. Right now, we are consulting with civil society organisations from around the world to agree on a joint agenda for civil society work on the G20 in 2015. There will be other ways to get involved over the next couple of months, so watch this space for updates.
You can help decide civil society’s agenda by sharing your views in one of the following ways:
1- Use our simple voting tool to tell us which of the issues on the G20’s agenda matter most to you.
2- Head over to our discussion forum to have your say about which issues are most important.
3- Join the conversation on Twitter and let us know what you think.
We’re asking you to tell us which issues you think are most important by choosing from a list of suggested priorities, or by putting forward other ideas. This list is based on an analysis of the G20’s priorities for 2015. You can read more about how the list was developed in our C20 Background Briefing paper.[insert direct download link].
Who can be involved?
Anyone can participate in this process. You don’t have to be a policy expert to get involved. You don’t have to work for a particular organisation. And you don’t have to be from a G20 country either. The G20’s decisions affect all of us, so if you want a say in what’s decided, get involved.
Why it’s important
Wondering whether it’s worth participating? Here are three reasons why you should take part:
1- The decisions made by the G20 affect everyone, so we all have a stake in the outcome.
2- This is your chance to get your voice heard by the G20, and actually shape those decisions.
3- By working together to develop shared recommendations, we increase our potential influence with the G20.
Read more: how we’re shaping the G20’s agenda