What is G20?

The Group of Twenty (G20) is the premier forum for international economic cooperation among its members who are the world's major economies, representing 85% of the global economic output, 2/3rd of the world's population and 75% of the international trade. The G20 reflects a recognition that global prosperity is interdependent, and our economic opportunities and challenges are interlinked. In order to make it more inclusive and representative, the G20 also traditionally invites a few other guest countries as well as key international organizations.


Model G-20 Initiative

A Model G-20 initiative is to engage the students from all 50K+ degree colleges/universities/technical Institutions in a dialogue and hence, provide exposure and insights into the nuances of multilateral discourse on global challenges and pressing policy issues of the current times. Under this initiative, the young students will be provided a unique opportunity to model the functioning and proceedings of G20 meetings.

Model G20 Themes

The Progress on Sustainable Development Goals
Climage Change & It's Impact
Reforms for Multilateral Institutions
Circular Economy and Lifestyle for Environment
Digitalization of Agriculture/Trade/Skilling
Women at the Core of the Development Agenda/Women-led Development
LiFE (Lifestyle for Environment)