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#G20RomeSummit

30-31 October 2021

Road to Rome – Ministerial Meetings

  1. G20 Summit

    Rome, 30-31 October 2021

  2. Joint Finance and Health Ministers’ Meeting

    Rome, 29 October 2021

  3. Trade Ministers’ Meeting

    Sorrento, 12 October 2021

  4. Agriculture Ministers’ Meeting

    Florence, 17-18 September 2021

  5. Health Ministers’ Meeting

    Rome, 5-6 September 2021

  6. G20 Conference on Women’s Empowerment

    Santa Margherita Ligure, 26 August 2021

  7. Research Ministers’ Meeting

    Trieste, 6 August 2021

  8. Culture Ministers’ Meeting

    Rome, 29-30 July 2021

  9. Environment Ministers’ Meeting

    Naples, 22 July 2021

  10. Development Ministers’ Meeting

    Matera, 29 June 2021

  11. Education Ministers’ Meeting

    Catania, 22 June 2021

  12. Global Health Summit

    Rome, 21 May 2021

Italian G20 Presidency

Since December 1st, 2020, Italy holds the Presidency of the G20, the international forum that brings together the world’s major economies.

In 2021 the international community will need to show courage and ambition in order to overcome the great challenges of today: from recovering from the pandemic to addressing climate change, from supporting innovation to overcoming poverty and inequality.

The Presidency’s agenda rests upon three main pillars: People, Planet, Prosperity. We need to take care of people and of our planet, while ensuring a strong, inclusive and sustainable economic recovery.

The G20 will culminate in the Leaders’ Summit, which will be held in Rome on October 30th and 31st. The Italian Presidency and the European Commission also jointly organized the Global Health Summit, held on the 21st of May, at the highest level, enabling us to respond to the major challenges linked to the health crisis.

Italian G20 Presidency

Since December 1st, 2020, Italy holds the Presidency of the G20, the international forum that brings together the world’s major economies.

In 2021 the international community will need to show courage and ambition in order to overcome the great challenges of today: from recovering from the pandemic to addressing climate change, from supporting innovation to overcoming poverty and inequality.

The Presidency’s agenda rests upon three main pillars: People, Planet, Prosperity. We need to take care of people and of our planet, while ensuring a strong, inclusive and sustainable economic recovery.

The G20 will culminate in the Leaders’ Summit, which will be held in Rome on October 30th and 31st. The Italian Presidency and the European Commission also jointly organized the Global Health Summit, held on the 21st of May, at the highest level, enabling us to respond to the major challenges linked to the health crisis.
Engagement Groups

The G20 Engagement Groups (Business20, Labour20, Civil20, Think20,rnScience20, Women20, Urban20 and Youth20) are important opportunities for dialogue withrnkey “social actors”, resulting in recommendations to the G20.

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Engagement groups
About the G20

The G20 was born in 1999 as a consultation forum between finance ministers and central bank governors of the world’s major economies. Following the 2008 economic crisis, it became a forum between Heads of State and Government, aimed at improving coordination on the main global issues.