Dialogues on International Trade Development

The Group of 20, is an international forum for governments and central bank governors consists of 19 governments, -Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Republic of Korea, Mexico, Russian Federation, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, United Kingdom, United States of America- and European Union. G20 was created in 1999, as an aftermath to the Asian financial crisis, the group consists of world’s most eminent economies with a priority to discuss world economics and to find a financial stability but the after 2008 G20 has expanded its agenda and the forum also covers topics such as Trade and Investment, Innovation, Environment and Energy, Employment, Women’s Empowerment, Development, and Health. Since 2011 G20 holds annual summits.

In IŞIKMUN 2020, Presidents/Prime Ministers of member states will discuss on the topic of
Implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals. After the Millennium Development Goals, the United Nations set 17 new goals which separates the SDGs from MDGs is that there is no such time limitation for the goals to be achieved and the SDGs aim to minimize inequalities amongst the nations.