3 Outcome Documents Produced by G20 Empower Indonesia

The G20 Empower Indonesia and G20 countries will collaborate to implement a collective recommendations and concrete deliverables to ensure measurement of KPIs in supporting women leaderships, which supported by two other reports: KPI Dashboard and Best Practices Playbook.

At the G20 Ministerial Conference on Women’s Empowerment (MCWE) which was held in Nusa Dua, Bali, Women-20 and G20 Empower Initiative had the opportunity to submit technical attachments of their respective plenary meetings to the Minister for Women Empowerment and Child Protection (WECP) Bintang Puspayoga. These two technical attachments will be submitted as a recommendation to the G20 Leaders’ Meeting at the G20 Summit.

For the full version of outcome documents can be accessed here:

  1. Technical Annex 2022 Edition (click here)
    A collective recommendations and concrete deliverables to ensure measurement of KPIs in supporting women leaderships
  2. KPI Dashboard (click here)
    A dashboard in measuring the agreed KPIs of women’s leadership. This dashboard will be released annually. This year, it was produce in collaboration with ILO & OECD.
  3. Best Practices Playbook (click here)
    Report that brings together more than 73 Best Practices from 15 countries. It serves as a source of inspiration and can immediately be implemented by private sectors.

Chair’s Summary of the G20 Joint Environment and Climate Ministers’ Meeting

The G20 Joint Environment and Climate Ministers’ Meeting (JECMM) took place in Bali on 31 August 2022 and was chaired by the Minister of Environment and Forestry of Indonesia, Prof. Dr. Siti Nurbaya Bakar.

The meeting was convened in a hybrid manner where a number of Ministers were present physically and some virtually.

During the meeting, Ministers discussed and supported the priority issues of the Indonesian G20 Presidency at the Environment Deputies Meeting and Climate Sustainability Working Group, namely:

  1. Supporting more sustainable recovery,
  2. Enhancing land and sea-based actions to support environment protection and climate objectives, and
  3. Enhancing resource mobilization to support environment protection and climate objectives.

The Indonesia’s presidency also uses the outcomes of several important studies it commissioned to inform the JECMM discussion.

To see the full version, please visit: https://g20.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/09/G20_JECMM_Chairs-Summary-2022.pdf

Y20 Communique, call on G20 Leaders to adopt policies that lead to sustainable development and positive growth

Y20 assembled from July 17th to 24th in Jakarta and Bandung, proficiently hosted by the Indonesian Presidency, all committed to address the future of youth with respect to prevailing environmental, sustainability, peace, security, inclusion and equity questions. Their work is to deliver a comprehensive and evidence-based policy measures in four priority areas: Sustainable and Livable Planet, Youth Employment, Digital Transformation, and Diversity and Inclusion.

Y20 recognize the importance of building and sustaining peace as a prerequisite for shared development. Moreover, Y20 take into account that ongoing violence and conflicts have implications on food supply, energy security paradigms, global peace architectures and humanitarian affairs.

Y20 call on G20 Leaders to swiftly adopt policies – equitable to the realities of each nation – that lead to sustainable development and positive growth as outlined in their proposals. To see their full Communique, please visit: https://g20.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/09/Y20-Indonesia-2022-Communique.pdf

MEDIA REGISTRATION FOR G20 BALI SUMMIT WILL BE OPEN ON 5 SEPTEMBER 2022

The 17th G20 Leaders’ Summit will take place in Nusa Dua, Bali. As part of the Indonesia G20 Presidency, there will also be a series of events and side events held back-to-back with the Bali Summit, starting on 13 November 2022. The Bali Summit will take place on 15-16 November 2022.

Guided by the theme “Recover Together, Recover Stronger”, The Bali Summit will conclude the three priorities agenda of Indonesia’s G20 Presidency: Global Health Architecture, Digital Transformations, and Energy Transition.

Media are welcome to join and attend the series of events, with a limited capacity due to the current condition of Covid-19, and to ensure all participants’ health and safety measures. Virtual attendance will also be available.

The media registration will open from 5 September 2022 until 10 October 2022 at 11:59 PM Western Indonesia Time (UTC+7).

Media who wish to participate should sign up and finish the registration steps through www.g20.org/registration under the “For Media” section. To get accredited, journalists with an active account can log in via this link and select the “G20 Bali Summit” event.

For registration steps, please refer to the Media Registration Guideline. If you have a technical issue(s) with the process, don’t hesitate to contact the Helpdesk Centre on the login page. 

Registration is needed, and please be advised that on-site registration is unavailable.

Thank you very much for your time and attention. We look forward to your presence.

Sincerely,

Secretariat of the G20 Presidency of Indonesia

OPEN REGISTRATION FOR MEDIA – the G20 Energy Transitions Ministerial Meeting

The Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources of The Republic of Indonesia invites journalists and media partners to cover the G20 Energy Transitions Ministerial Meeting (ETMM) 2022, which will be held in Bali on 2nd September 2022, as part of Indonesia’s G20 Presidency.

Guided by the theme “Recover Together, Recover Stronger”, The G20 ETMM 2022 aims to enhance further collaboration through dialogue to encourage the energy transitions development in each country.

The media are welcome to cover the following events on 2nd September 2022 in Grand Hyatt Bali Hotel, Nusa Dua. Please be informed that due to the current situation of Covid-19, there are limitation for in-person attendance. For further details please access link below:

Energy Transition Ministers Meeting:
Media Advisory: https://bit.ly/G20MediaAdvisory_ETMM
Invitation: https://bit.ly/G20MediaInvitation_ETMM

For registration please visit https://g20.org/registration/.

Thank you.

Best Regards,
G20 Indonesia

THE THIRD MEETING OF THE ENVIRONMENT DEPUTIES MEETING AND CLIMATE SUSTAINABILITY (3RD EDM-CSWG)

The Third Meeting of the Environment Deputies Meeting and Climate Sustainability (3rd EDM-CSWG) will be held on 29 – 30 August 2022 and continued with the Joint Environment and Climate Ministers’ Meeting (JECMM) which will be held on 31 August 2022 at the Bali Nusa Dua Convention Center, Bali.

It is estimated that more than 200 delegates, 20 Ministers/Ministerial level from 20 G20 member countries, invited countries, and international organizations will be present in person at the meeting which will discuss the Environmental and Climate Communique.

At the end of the event, all delegates will be invited to enjoy the natural beauty and cultural wealth of Bali in several locations including Penglipuran Customary Village and Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park.

Stay tuned for more information on 3rd EDM-CSWG and JECMM events in our timeline.

INVITATION TO PARTICIPATE AT T20 SUMMIT

Greetings from Indonesia!

As we are approaching the pinnacle of the T20 Indonesia, we are honored to hold the T20 Summit with the overarching theme of “Strengthening the Role of G20 to Navigate the Current Global Dynamics” as the main meeting for the group of think tanks and research institutes. This event will be held on 4 – 6 September 2022 in Bali, Indonesia. The T20 Summit will highlight the recommendation of T20 Indonesia to the G20 Leaders that addresses priority areas ranging from climate finance, and global health architecture to digital transition, ensuring concerted coordination for an inclusive global recovery.

On behalf of T20 Indonesia, we kindly invite you to join us during this summit and follow the information through https://on.t20indonesia.org/mediaform. You are free to join the event virtually and share this information with your colleagues and networks. For further inquiries, please do not hesitate to contact us via email at info@t20indonesia.org. Thank you for your kind attention. Looking forward to seeing you at the event.

[MEDIA INVITATION] SUPREME AUDIT INSTITUTIONS (SAI) 20 SUMMIT

Dear Journalist,

The Supreme Audit Institutions (SAI) 20 Summit Activities will be held in Bali, 29- 30 August 2022 in a hybrid format.

SAI20 is initiated during the Indonesia G20 Presidency 2022 as an engagement group of G20. It is a forum for the Supreme Audit Institutions of G20 member countries to meet and discuss matters relevant to SAIs, and identify insights gained from their assurance activities. Priority issues for 2022 are (1) Accelerating Economic Recovery, (2) Supporting the SDGs. The output of SAI20 Summit are adopted rule of procedures dan communique.

Media who have already completed the G20 Indonesia Presidency accreditation process will need to register to the event using their existing account. Please log in to your account via https://registration.g20-indonesia.id/deo-login.  

Unaccredited media who wish to participate, should sign up and finish the registration steps through www.g20.org/registration

Registration is needed and please be advised that the on-site registration is unavailable. The Deadline for media registration is by August 19, 2022 11:59 PM Indonesia Time (GMT+7). 

Please refer to the Media Registration Guidelines which can be accessed at https://g20.org/administrative-documents/.

Accreditation also ensures access to all SAI20 2022, including media release, media advisories, images and footages.

Attached herewith this email official media invitation letter and media advisory. Thank you very much for your time and attention. We look forward to your presence.

Regards,

G20 Committee

THE 3RD DEVELOPMENT WORKING GROUP (DWG) MEETING AND SERIES OF DWG SIDE EVENTS

This week, the 3rd Development Working Group (DWG) Meeting and series of DWG Side Events will be held on 8-12 August 2022 in Bali.

The 3rd DWG Meeting held by the Ministry of National Development Planning/Bappenas will continue to discuss crucial global development agenda. The result of this meeting will be the basis for the next Development Ministerial Meeting in September.