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The G20 Interfaith Forum Association and the Interfaith Alliance for Safer Communities are jointly organizing a forum on “Engaging Faith Communities: G20 Agendas and Beyond”, to be held on the 12th/13th December in Abu Dhabi, under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Mohammad Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the United Arab Emirates and Ruler of Abu Dhabi.
This convening will serve as a bridge between the November G20 Summit in Indonesia and the launch of the 2023 G20 agenda, with India as 2023 host. The central focus will be on calls for action to serve the world’s most vulnerable communities and to address action grounded in meaningful inclusion of all world citizens.
By registering for the event, You will be notified of the following:
1. You will be notified of the Live Stream and have access to the program.
2. You will be notified when the videos of the sessions and panel discussions are posted.
3. You will be notified when the synopses of the sessions are available.
By Katherine Marshall, G20 Interfaith Association Vice President, World Faiths Development Dialogue (WFDD), Berkley Center.
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The intensive gatherings that are a continuing feature of Washington life – the annual meetings of the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) – were back in force last week, in a “return to post-COVID-19 normal.” The finance world flooded in. Meeting after meeting, police escorts, receptions, and protesters were an eerily familiar scene.
As the meetings conclude, looking beyond formal statements, the spectators (me among them) scratch their heads and take stock: What new emerged? What happens next?