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Our CEO has contributed an article to the G20 India: The 2023 New Delhi Summit publication, alongside articles by country leaders, heads of international organisations, and other experts.
iRAP and Towards Zero Foundation have submitted a now-published T20 policy brief to support G20 leaders to achieve the UN SDGs for road safety in their countries.
The outcomes of the third G20 FMCBG meeting under the Indian G20 Presidency in 2023
The G20’s Common Framework is a multilateral mechanism for the treatment of sovereign debt beyond the Debt Service Suspension Initiative (DSSI)
Infrastructure news from the G20 FMCBG and FCBD meetings in Gandhinagar, India
The GI Hub attended the third G20 Infrastructure Working Group (IWG) meeting under the Indian G20 Presidency, held 26–28 June in Rishikesh, Uttarakhand.
Resources and examples showcase technology’s role in improving infrastructure performance, and solutions to finance technology and manage risk.
Our latest Q&A explores the key objectives, learnings, and insights from the Infrastructure Governance in Canada Report
Our co-authored article with the Wilson Center explains how emerging and developing economies can create an enabling environment for private investment by de-risking at the country level
Banks are leaders in structuring and financing private investment in new projects, however recent banking regulations discourage them from prioritising infrastructure
McKinsey interviews our CEO, Marie Lam-Frendo about key strategies to help infrastructure leaders to attract private investment and meet net zero goals
Public investment is 83% of all investment in infrastructure, and lack of data about how this investment is prioritised and allocated impedes private participation and investment. The GI Hub’s InfraTracker is the first annual tracker of public investment in infrastructure for the G20. This article delves into how we estimate public investment priorities, and why doing so isn’t as straightforward as it may seem.
Today the GI Hub has released Transition Pathways to Sustainable Infrastructure, a new resource to help governments shape future infrastructure to meet global climate targets and the UN Sustainable Development Goals with practical, accessible research and open consultations.
At last week’s meetings of the G20 Finance Ministers in Washington DC in the margins of the World Bank / IMF Spring Meetings, conversations continued to drive toward action on debt, reform of multilateral institutions, and sustainable finance and investment for the climate transition.
The Global Briefing Report Review looks at the outcomes and discussions of the Indonesian G20 Presidency and provides an in-depth review of the Summit that gives readers insights into how it will influence global affairs in the future.