The GI Hub strongly believes in the importance and value of collaboration across the infrastructure community to achieve common goals for better quality infrastructure.
As a global entity, independent of commercial objectives, we are uniquely positioned to create connections and help foster collaboration across the public and private sectors, academia, development banks, and other international organisations. Our connection with the G20 further increases the visibility of our work and its impact.
There are many ways to connect and collaborate with us, as an individual or organisation. We welcome you to learn more about us and get involved through any of the opportunities highlighted below.
Below are panels and forums currently convened by the GI Hub. Please note these forums have formal joining processes, but we are always open to hearing from individuals interested in joining.
The GI Hub, in partnership with Infrastructure Australia, engages with a group of infrastructure bodies dedicated to sharing industry best-practice amongst G20 organisations and countries. The purpose of the forum is to create a platform where global I-Bodies can exchange ideas, experiences, and learnings from independent, long-term infrastructure planning in their jurisdictions. For information about opportunities to participate or contribute to single sessions, contact us, noting your interest in the I-Bodies Forum.
The GI Hub Academic Advisory Panel allows academics to share advice, input, and feedback on GI Hub initiatives. Recent forums have focused on environmental, social, and governance investment strategy and circular economy. For information about opportunities to participate or contribute to single sessions, contact us, noting your interest in the Academic Advisory Panel.
The GI Hub is in the exploratory phase of establishing a private sector advisory panel. For information about opportunities to participate as this takes shape, contact us, noting your interest in the Private Sector Advisory Panel.
Developed by the GI Hub, Meridiam, and the World Economic Forum, the AIFP trains African civil servants in infrastructure procurement and delivery. Participants receive tailored training delivered by academic experts and infrastructure professionals, and can undertake hands-on learning in a private sector sponsor organisation. The program aims to create a network of practitioners across Africa and globally to facilitate the exchange of knowledge, insight, technical expertise, and on-the-ground experience. Learn more here.
The GI Hub partners with the Investor Leadership Network in the Sustainable Infrastructure Fellowship Program to deliver capacity-building that bridges the gap between the public and private sectors and supports long-term investment growth in emerging markets. Learn more here.
In our role supporting the G20’s infrastructure agenda, the GI Hub is acting on the G20 Eminent Persons Group recommendation of a case for infrastructure as an asset class, distinct from generic corporate exposures with its own differentiated risk profile. We're uniquely positioned to act as a trusted facilitator in private and public sector consideration of this issue. View our report on Infrastructure Debt Capital Charges for Insurers, and contact us for more information.
We are currently inviting contributions on the following:
Organisations interested in partnering with us on one of their initiatives or on a specific topic can contact us.
If you would like to express your interest in contributing an article to the GI Hub or speaking at a future GI Hub event, or invite one of our subject matter experts to contribute to a publication or speak at an event, please contact our Media & Communications team.
When requesting our participation in an event, we appreciate you providing details such as the purpose, audience profile, agenda, and proposed scope of our remarks, speech, or presentation.