2011 Cannes G20 Summit
France hosted the 2011 G20 Summit in Cannes, 3-4 November.
Official G20 summit outcome documents
Communique of G20 leaders
The Cannes summit final declaration, Building our Common Future
The Cannes action plan for growth and jobs
8 additional official summit appendices and additional reports, including the G20 development working group report
Official digests of G20 decisions in 15 thematic areas
Bond summary of G20 outcomes on infrastructure
Read the Bond summary of G20 2011 Cannes summit outcomes on infrastructure, including the High Level Panel on Infrastructure’s report to the G20
Civil society reactions to Cannes summit
InterAction, the US national platform of development NGOs
Coordination Sud, the French national platform of development NGOs (in French)
Bill Gates reports
Bill Gates has presented his report, Innovation with Impact, to the G20 in Cannes.
UK recommendations on global governance
Prime Minister David Cameron has presented his recommendations to the G20 on global governance.
Bond writes to the PM
October: G20 high-level conference on development
September: G20 labour and employment Minister meeting
September: G20 finance and development minister meeting
September: G20 finance Minister meeting
- Meeting communique
- 29 June: UK Hunger Alliance recommendations to the G20, ahead of a meeting of the G20 working group on development
22-23 June: G20 Agriculture Ministers meeting
15 March: read CAFOD's latest report on pro-poor economic recovery, Thinking Small
21 February: read ICTU's reaction to the meeting of G20 Finance Ministers
21 February: President Sarkozy's speech to the Finance Ministers meeting
19 February: First 2011 meeting of G20 Finance Ministers. Read the Communiqué.
17 February: Financial Transaction Tax (FTT) global day of action in 25 countries. Press release.
11 February: Joint global civil society submission to the G20 anti-corruption working group, signed by 78 organisations
o Blog from Transparency International
January: Global civil society letter to President Sarkozy on transparency and civil society consultation and access to G8 and G20 processes
o Letter, copied to UK Prime Minister, the UK G8/G20 Sherpa and the French Ambassador in London
o Response from UK Government, Secretary of State for Development, Andrew Mitchell
January: Official website of the 2011 French G20
24 January: France announces its priorities for the G20 Summit in November 2011.
November 2010: France assumes the Presidency of the G20 for 2011